How is it that, given our diverse sensors that are moving at any moment, we get to the idea that there is a more or less permanent world around us that contains objects and living beings and that is endowed with spatial and temporal properties? This question is difficult, it is "the child's construction of reality" issue. Given the complexity of the underlying phenomena, it requires a dialog between engineering sciences and life sciences to be solved. In this paper, we introduce the contributions to this dialog that have been collected in this special issue. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.
The anticipatory construction of reality as a central concern for psychology and robotics
Pergamon Press., New York, Regno Unito
New ideas in psychology 31 (2013): 217–220. doi:10.1016/j.newideapsych.2012.12.004
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