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UC Merced Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society Title Transductionally Bounded Hierarchical Systems Publication Date Transductionally Bounded Hierarchical Systems
Using a hierarchical-systems analysis, this paper supports the orthodox view of the mind. We claim that the orthodox mind-bounded by brains or bodies-is organized into various system levels, each of which is emergent from the dynamics of level below it. We see the extended mind hypothesis as borrowing terms from a high-level system of the orthodox mind and applying it to interactions between high levels of separate hierarchical systems, without providing any lower levels on which to ground it.fatcat:fr6tnntghfdipfvdc5rvzizhsi