classical cog vs. dynamical
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I agree more with the dynamical view of representation and computation
I believe in the classical cognitive view of representation and computation
Well, the dynamical view states that symbols that we make up are constantly changing with each new experience we have.
Why do you like the dynamical view more than the classical cognitive view? Explain what they believe please
Well, basically, it states that the symbols we make up are fixed and never changed, and any information taken in is processed one at a time.
Explain the classical cognitive science view to me. Make your case.
well, not to be rude, but the swastika is an excellent example of how symbols meanings can change over time. Originally connected with hinduism, it is now commonly associated with Hitler and Nazi Germany. Because of that point in time, the swastika now has a different meaning or connotation.
I don't think symbols can change once we have established them.
okay, but what about symbols like money? it comes in different forms all around the world, but the idea and symbol associated with it is the same.
the exchange of goods and services has been around forever, and paper money/ coins are a modern twist on this. Another good example of how symbols can change.
The classical cognitive view is also a solid one, but I still agree with the dynamical view.
I think we both have some good points, but maybe I'll look into the dynamical view a bit more.
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