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  • ==Computational representation== ...exity of the object is irreducible, that is, when the articulations of the representation are necessarily at joints that are cloven disjointedly from nature, with so
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  • [[Category:Knowledge Representation]]
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  • ...''semiotic equivalence classes'' (SECs). This makes for a strong form of representation in that the structure of the interpreters' common object domain <math>\{ \m [[Category:Knowledge Representation]]
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  • '''Inquiry''' is any proceeding or process that has the aim of augmenting knowledge, resolving doubt, or solving a problem. A theory of inquiry is an account <p>For in all such cases the effect is to bring us nearer to knowledge.</p>
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  • :* What is needed to articulate the workings of the active form of representation that is known as ''conscious experience''? Opportune points of departure for exploring the dynamics of representation, such as led to Peirce's theories of [[inference]] and [[information]], inq
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  • ...solation from a frame of reference that encompasses the topics of inquiry, knowledge, logic, meaning, practice, and value, all very broadly conceived. ...terpreted linguistic forms, potentially meaningful elements are called ''[[representation]]s'', or ''[[sign (semiotics)|signs]]'' for short, taking these words in th
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