oa Alternation - Why Think that Cognition is Distributed?

Volume 10, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1023-1757



A number of other papers in this issue of Alternation (Blair and Cowley, Dellis and Spurrett, Cowley) pursue their particular topics of interest within what is known fairly generally as 'distributed cognition'. The primary purpose of this short paper is to survey some of the case for distributed cognition, or to say why it is that we think it makes sense to regard cognitive processes as extending beyond the brain.

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