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Dreyfus H. L. (2002) Refocusing the question: Can there be skillful coping without propositional representation? Phenomenology and the Cognitive Science 1: 413–425.
Excerpt: I’m grateful for all the careful critical responses my paper has received. I’m especially indebted to Andy Clark, whose hard questions have forced me to refine my views, and to Georges Rey, who has had the courage and skill to defend representationalism in its most extreme form. Before taking on their serious criticisms, however, I would like to clear up some misunderstandings. The polemical way I posed my thesis as a defense of “intelligence without representations” seems to have misled some readers into thinking I was against appealing to mental representations to explain any form of intelligent behavior. So I’ll begin by reminding everyone, including myself, what is at stake.
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