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Mandik P. (2005) Action-oriented representations. In: Brook A. & Akins K. (eds.) Cognition and the brain: The philosophy and neuroscience movement. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 284–305. Fulltext at
Excerpt: In this chapter, I argue for the position that active perception is actually best accounted for by a representational theory of perception. Along the way, this will require a relatively novel conception of what to count as representations. In particular, I flesh out a novel account of action-oriented representations: representations that include in their contents commands for certain behaviors.

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