The Evolution of Cognitive Maps: New Paradigms for the Twenty-first Century
Bringing together diverse disciplines--cognitive and social psychology, biopsychology, history, physics, cosmology, chemistry, population ecology, economics, and philosophy of science--this unique series of essays explores the development of cognitive maps from their biological and historical bases to their contemporary forms. Featuring work by an illustrious series of scholars and a closing commentary by Umberto Eco, this book chronicles theory compelling to all concerned with the relationship between perception and society.
Ervin Laszlo is with the European Academy for Evolutionary Management andAdvanced Studies; Ignazio Masulli is with the University of Bologna, Italy; Robert Artigiani is with the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, USA; and Vilmos Csanyi is at Eotvos University of Budapest, Hungary
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The Biological Bases of Cognitive Maps
The Evolution of the Holistic Cognitive
Toward a New Historical Consciousness
The Cognitive Map and the Dynamics
When Is a Map Cognitive?
Evolution Theory and Cognitive Maps
Cognition Ignorance and Selection
Moral Sensitivity and the Evolution
PART THREE COGNITIVE MAPS HISTORICAL
Transformations in the Chinese Cognitive
The Cognitive Mapping Approach to
Erodynamics and Cognitive Maps
Kurt Furgler former President of the Swiss Confederation
On Understanding How the Mind
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