At 11:49 PM -0400 8/17/08, John F. Sowa wrote:
>Bob, Chris, Wolfgang, et al.,
>All of this argumentation seems hopelessly confused by different
>assumptions about what a "cognitive" approach is supposed to be.
>For the record, I suggest that everybody who is arguing about whether
>a cognitive approach is consistent with a corpus-based approach look
>at the papers that were presented at the founding meeting of the
>Cognitive Science Society. The early archives are available for
>The charter for cognitive science was a very broad interdisciplinary
>approach, and they explicitly tried to include all of the positions
>that everybody has been arguing for and against in these recent emails.
>Wolfgang's roughly Wittgensteinian approach is as solidly within
>the mainstream of cognitive science as Chomsky's appeal to intuition.
>Personally, I prefer Wittgenstein to Chomsky, but I wouldn't kick
>anybody out of the party just because they had a different preference.
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