Last visitors [hide]
1)   admin at Sep 22, 2014 [11:43]
2)   huangyn2j at Jan 17, 2013 [14:50]
3)   KevinORegan at Dec 28, 2010 [15:43]
4)   kevintesting at Dec 31, 1969 [23:00]
5)   test3jan2011 at Dec 31, 1969 [23:00]
6)   del at Dec 31, 1969 [23:00]
7)   randybosh at Dec 31, 1969 [23:00]
8)   StephanieSpino at Dec 31, 1969 [23:00]
9)   Humberto321 at Dec 31, 1969 [23:00]
10)   Marcossp at Dec 31, 1969 [23:00]

Forum: Discussion on the sensorimotor approach

Forums->Discussion on the sensorimotor approach->Re: Re: Re: Cognitive Access

PaulReeve
Re: Re: Re: Cognitive Access


> I would suggest that cognitive access is such a particular skill that it is worth speaking about it: you can have a machine that has as many sensorimotor skills that you like, if it has no cognitive system to handle them I don't think there is any phenomenality for this machine

Now cognitive access is a skill too? Mamma mia!
 
on: Jun 02, 2006 [12:52] score: 0.00 reads: 47656

Posted messages

Top
author message
wedding
wedding
on: Jun 21, 2010 [05:54] score: 0.00
This collection features bold colors and classic styling for the traditional bride with a strong unconventional streak. Colored borders in different styles frame the center panel on each wedding invitation, but each of the borders has its own unmistakable character. Coupled with boldly patterned envelopes, the cheap wedding invitations are both elegant and strikingly unique, a great deal like Vera Wang's bridal dress up games . The two main designs in the Vera Wang Borders collection are the Bar Panel Border and the Hand Tinted Border dress up games . The invitations are coupled with very stylish envelopes with linings inspired by Wang's own fashion dress up games. There are no frilly details, just an elegant, classy and bold style statement.

author message
David_Philipona
Re: Re: Re: Re: Cognitive Access
on: Jun 05, 2006 [15:05] score: 0.00
> > I would suggest that cognitive access is such a particular skill that it is worth speaking about it: you can have a machine that has as many sensorimotor skills that you like, if it has no cognitive system to handle them I don't think there is any phenomenality for this machine
>
> Now cognitive access is a skill too? Mamma mia!

My point precisely was to say that it shouldn't be called a skill (as suggested by the paragraph to which I was answering). I wanted to say that even for those that could argue about cognitive access being after all some kind of skill, it would be such a particular meaning of skill that one should not use the same term. I grant you that it wasn't really clear from my sentence.


Page: 1/1

Show posts:
 
Free Hit Counter
eBay