Title

RADICAL COMMENTS ON “RADICAL CONNECTIONISM”

Abstract

The commentary is presented in three sections. Section 1 presents a brief summary of the main theses in Cummins' paper. In section 2, I argue that this analysis is not peculiar to cognition, and that in fact, a similar, more general analysis has been given [3] in fundamental areas of inquiry, hitherto independent of cognitive science. Finally, in section 3, it is argued that, if this general form of Cummins' analysis is correct, it calls for a profound re‐evaluation of our conception of science. 1988 The University of Memphis

Publication Title

The Southern Journal of Philosophy

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