Publication 5862

Campbell S. R. (2003) Reconnecting mind and world: Enacting a (new) way of life. In: Lamon S. J., Parker W. A. & Houston K. (eds.) Mathematical modelling. Woodhead Publishing, Sawston: 245–253.
A common assumption in teaching mathematical modelling and applications is that mind and world are ontologically distinct. This dualist view give rise to an explanatory gap as to how these two realms connect. An alternate view where mind and world are ontologically identical is explored here. This alternate view, grounded in a monist ontology of embodied cognition, undermines and attempts to fill this explanatory gap. Embodied cognition presents challenges of its own, but it also presents new pedagogical opportunities.
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