COG250Y1 Lecture 2: cog250 summer lecture2

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cog summer lecture 2
Categorization
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we are proposing a pattern which allow us to
you don’t treat everything as a category pattern
you are not claiming that all things are categorization
not having to treat everything as a raw individual is the
abstract useful and relevant information
generally that information is very powerful
-inductive influences
- deduction: an argument if the paraphrase is true then the conclusion is must true
- induction: the the paraphrase is true that increases the possibility of conclusion to be
true
if you start to group things to be sure, you start to
how this works
ex. formingos
you learned that a forming has a left heart, back has a right
four years old will write the pattern and make an inductive influences
cognitive confidence into our categorization
the obstructiveness and
talk about invisible properties of things
——————
experience can be whatever happens to me, more importantly, it can means what I have
learned from what have happened to me (learning is the key, how and what you learn)
how does learning connected to categorization
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Thursday, May 12, 2016
-equivocation
it is how
nothing is better than happiness
this is not controversial
very often in our culture, we think we are saying something, we are actually not
consciousness is important related to experience
———lets get back———-
one thing of categorization is making conversation more powerful
you can say fire to you, without explanation, generally parallel
ex:
eros
philia
agape
categorization also has huge impacts on conversation
by trying to analysis down to what have down
it is plausible to considerate to pizza
the basic process to be
categorization is a very simple process
how do we sense the thing we have
-sensenastree:
we see things are similar to each other and we
kinda the same -> similarity
often usually not
when we just see through, similarity is a property of things
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is similarity out there in this world, when we start asking about assumptions, philosophy
is trying to bring together
philosophy is always central to science
-Atran
says there is a big difference between common sense and science
common sense is explaining the familiar with unfamiliar
while science is explaining unfamiliar with familiar
from common sense to science is philosophy
-melon Goodman (a philosopher) (talks about similarity)
what does kind of the same means, it means particle identity, which means “sharing
properties”
the number of true facts that
similarity is not just there, there are many important, and that matter to you
psychological similarity and logical similarity are different things
psychological similarity has “relevant” things
his point was, the selection process is what we need to understand
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