Mindreading, representación, inferencia y argumentación

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Cristián Santibáñez Yáñez https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6755-3468

Keywords

argumentación, cognición, evolución, hipótesis de la inteligencia social, mindreading

Resumen

Este artículo tiene por objetivo aportar en la explicación de la función que cumplen las subcompetencias cognitivas mindreading y la representación mental en la actividad inferencial y el comportamiento argumentativo. El texto discute varias explicaciones alternativas existente en la literatura filosófica y cognitiva, decantándose por una perspectiva evolutiva cultural que pone el acento en el diseño colectivista. Para este efecto, se aborda el cambio evolutivo de la plasticidad cerebro-mente, se discute el alcance de la hipótesis de la inteligencia social y se confrontan distintas nociones de mindreading.

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