Cognitivism

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Cognitivism may refer to:

  • Cognitivism (ethics), the philosophical view that ethical sentences express propositions and are capable of being true or false
  • Cognitivism (psychology), a psychological approach that argues that mental function can be understood as the internal manipulation of symbols
  • Cognitivism (aesthetics), a view that cognitive psychology can help understand art and the response to it
  • Anecdotal cognitivism, a psychological methodology for interpreting animal behavior in terms of mental states

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