COHI 100 Lecture 112211

COHI 100 Lecture 112211 - COHI100Lecture11/22/11 ExtraCredit

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COHI 100 Lecture 11/22/11 04:19 Extra Credit *only focus on one concept *use quotes from readings to back up point *explain in a way to inform other scholars who may not have taken the class *precise paragraph, be clear How to grade? use ucsd address grade on a curve provide descriptive grades be rigorous and just Final Multiple choice Questions that people made in section will be used on the final 35 points, 35%, around 35 questions Thinking in the world Mind is communicative Intermental and intramental are inherently related (Lev Vygotsky) What does this view criticize? Cognitive science Human information processing paradigm Mind: brain = software: hardware
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What is important isn’t the brain or physical foundation on which mind works, but it  means that in order to understand life, we have to study computational processes like  this Symbols, representations being manipulated depending on rules, but symbols and reps 
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COHI 100 Lecture 112211 - COHI100Lecture11/22/11 ExtraCredit

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