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Author: Thagard Paul

Thagard Paul

Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Cognitive Science Program at the University of Waterloo. Address: N2L 3G1, Waterloo, ON, Canada. E-mail: pthagard@watarts.uwaterloo.ca.

Publications

Being Interdisciplinary: Trading Zones in Cognitive Science / Logos. 2014. № 1 (97). P. 35-60
annotation:  The paper analyzes factors contributing to the emergence of cognitive science as a new interdisciplinary research field. The analysis is based on the metaphor of «trading zones» described by anthropologists. The author lists five conditions for a successful interdisciplinary field to evolve: people with pronounced interdisciplinary interests; places providing opportunities for investigations (universities, research centers, etc); specialized organizations (societies, journals, etc.); ideas that intersect established disciplines; methods applicable at their intersection. As an example, the author discusses interdisciplinary studies of analogical reasoning in cognitive science.
Keywords:  cognitive science, interdisciplinarity, metaphor, trading zones

Thagard Paul

Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Cognitive Science Program at the University of Waterloo. Address: N2L 3G1, Waterloo, ON, Canada. E-mail: pthagard@watarts.uwaterloo.ca.

Publications

Being Interdisciplinary: Trading Zones in Cognitive Science / Logos. 2014. № 1 (97). P. 35-60
annotation:  The paper analyzes factors contributing to the emergence of cognitive science as a new interdisciplinary research field. The analysis is based on the metaphor of «trading zones» described by anthropologists. The author lists five conditions for a successful interdisciplinary field to evolve: people with pronounced interdisciplinary interests; places providing opportunities for investigations (universities, research centers, etc); specialized organizations (societies, journals, etc.); ideas that intersect established disciplines; methods applicable at their intersection. As an example, the author discusses interdisciplinary studies of analogical reasoning in cognitive science.
Keywords:  cognitive science, interdisciplinarity, metaphor, trading zones

Thagard Paul

Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Cognitive Science Program at the University of Waterloo. Address: N2L 3G1, Waterloo, ON, Canada. E-mail: pthagard@watarts.uwaterloo.ca.

Publications

Being Interdisciplinary: Trading Zones in Cognitive Science / Logos. 2014. № 1 (97). P. 35-60
annotation:  The paper analyzes factors contributing to the emergence of cognitive science as a new interdisciplinary research field. The analysis is based on the metaphor of «trading zones» described by anthropologists. The author lists five conditions for a successful interdisciplinary field to evolve: people with pronounced interdisciplinary interests; places providing opportunities for investigations (universities, research centers, etc); specialized organizations (societies, journals, etc.); ideas that intersect established disciplines; methods applicable at their intersection. As an example, the author discusses interdisciplinary studies of analogical reasoning in cognitive science.
Keywords:  cognitive science, interdisciplinarity, metaphor, trading zones

Thagard Paul

Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Cognitive Science Program at the University of Waterloo. Address: N2L 3G1, Waterloo, ON, Canada. E-mail: pthagard@watarts.uwaterloo.ca.

Publications

Being Interdisciplinary: Trading Zones in Cognitive Science / Logos. 2014. № 1 (97). P. 35-60
annotation:  The paper analyzes factors contributing to the emergence of cognitive science as a new interdisciplinary research field. The analysis is based on the metaphor of «trading zones» described by anthropologists. The author lists five conditions for a successful interdisciplinary field to evolve: people with pronounced interdisciplinary interests; places providing opportunities for investigations (universities, research centers, etc); specialized organizations (societies, journals, etc.); ideas that intersect established disciplines; methods applicable at their intersection. As an example, the author discusses interdisciplinary studies of analogical reasoning in cognitive science.
Keywords:  cognitive science, interdisciplinarity, metaphor, trading zones

Thagard Paul

Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Cognitive Science Program at the University of Waterloo. Address: N2L 3G1, Waterloo, ON, Canada. E-mail: pthagard@watarts.uwaterloo.ca.

Publications

Being Interdisciplinary: Trading Zones in Cognitive Science / Logos. 2014. № 1 (97). P. 35-60
annotation:  The paper analyzes factors contributing to the emergence of cognitive science as a new interdisciplinary research field. The analysis is based on the metaphor of «trading zones» described by anthropologists. The author lists five conditions for a successful interdisciplinary field to evolve: people with pronounced interdisciplinary interests; places providing opportunities for investigations (universities, research centers, etc); specialized organizations (societies, journals, etc.); ideas that intersect established disciplines; methods applicable at their intersection. As an example, the author discusses interdisciplinary studies of analogical reasoning in cognitive science.
Keywords:  cognitive science, interdisciplinarity, metaphor, trading zones

Thagard Paul

Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Cognitive Science Program at the University of Waterloo. Address: N2L 3G1, Waterloo, ON, Canada. E-mail: pthagard@watarts.uwaterloo.ca.

Publications

Being Interdisciplinary: Trading Zones in Cognitive Science / Logos. 2014. № 1 (97). P. 35-60
annotation:  The paper analyzes factors contributing to the emergence of cognitive science as a new interdisciplinary research field. The analysis is based on the metaphor of «trading zones» described by anthropologists. The author lists five conditions for a successful interdisciplinary field to evolve: people with pronounced interdisciplinary interests; places providing opportunities for investigations (universities, research centers, etc); specialized organizations (societies, journals, etc.); ideas that intersect established disciplines; methods applicable at their intersection. As an example, the author discusses interdisciplinary studies of analogical reasoning in cognitive science.
Keywords:  cognitive science, interdisciplinarity, metaphor, trading zones

Thagard Paul

Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Cognitive Science Program at the University of Waterloo. Address: N2L 3G1, Waterloo, ON, Canada. E-mail: pthagard@watarts.uwaterloo.ca.

Publications

Being Interdisciplinary: Trading Zones in Cognitive Science / Logos. 2014. № 1 (97). P. 35-60
annotation:  The paper analyzes factors contributing to the emergence of cognitive science as a new interdisciplinary research field. The analysis is based on the metaphor of «trading zones» described by anthropologists. The author lists five conditions for a successful interdisciplinary field to evolve: people with pronounced interdisciplinary interests; places providing opportunities for investigations (universities, research centers, etc); specialized organizations (societies, journals, etc.); ideas that intersect established disciplines; methods applicable at their intersection. As an example, the author discusses interdisciplinary studies of analogical reasoning in cognitive science.
Keywords:  cognitive science, interdisciplinarity, metaphor, trading zones

Thagard Paul

Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Cognitive Science Program at the University of Waterloo. Address: N2L 3G1, Waterloo, ON, Canada. E-mail: pthagard@watarts.uwaterloo.ca.

Publications

Being Interdisciplinary: Trading Zones in Cognitive Science / Logos. 2014. № 1 (97). P. 35-60
annotation:  The paper analyzes factors contributing to the emergence of cognitive science as a new interdisciplinary research field. The analysis is based on the metaphor of «trading zones» described by anthropologists. The author lists five conditions for a successful interdisciplinary field to evolve: people with pronounced interdisciplinary interests; places providing opportunities for investigations (universities, research centers, etc); specialized organizations (societies, journals, etc.); ideas that intersect established disciplines; methods applicable at their intersection. As an example, the author discusses interdisciplinary studies of analogical reasoning in cognitive science.
Keywords:  cognitive science, interdisciplinarity, metaphor, trading zones

Thagard Paul

Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Cognitive Science Program at the University of Waterloo. Address: N2L 3G1, Waterloo, ON, Canada. E-mail: pthagard@watarts.uwaterloo.ca.

Publications

Being Interdisciplinary: Trading Zones in Cognitive Science / Logos. 2014. № 1 (97). P. 35-60
annotation:  The paper analyzes factors contributing to the emergence of cognitive science as a new interdisciplinary research field. The analysis is based on the metaphor of «trading zones» described by anthropologists. The author lists five conditions for a successful interdisciplinary field to evolve: people with pronounced interdisciplinary interests; places providing opportunities for investigations (universities, research centers, etc); specialized organizations (societies, journals, etc.); ideas that intersect established disciplines; methods applicable at their intersection. As an example, the author discusses interdisciplinary studies of analogical reasoning in cognitive science.
Keywords:  cognitive science, interdisciplinarity, metaphor, trading zones

Thagard Paul

Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Cognitive Science Program at the University of Waterloo. Address: N2L 3G1, Waterloo, ON, Canada. E-mail: pthagard@watarts.uwaterloo.ca.

Publications

Being Interdisciplinary: Trading Zones in Cognitive Science / Logos. 2014. № 1 (97). P. 35-60
annotation:  The paper analyzes factors contributing to the emergence of cognitive science as a new interdisciplinary research field. The analysis is based on the metaphor of «trading zones» described by anthropologists. The author lists five conditions for a successful interdisciplinary field to evolve: people with pronounced interdisciplinary interests; places providing opportunities for investigations (universities, research centers, etc); specialized organizations (societies, journals, etc.); ideas that intersect established disciplines; methods applicable at their intersection. As an example, the author discusses interdisciplinary studies of analogical reasoning in cognitive science.
Keywords:  cognitive science, interdisciplinarity, metaphor, trading zones

Thagard Paul

Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Cognitive Science Program at the University of Waterloo. Address: N2L 3G1, Waterloo, ON, Canada. E-mail: pthagard@watarts.uwaterloo.ca.

Publications

Being Interdisciplinary: Trading Zones in Cognitive Science / Logos. 2014. № 1 (97). P. 35-60
annotation:  The paper analyzes factors contributing to the emergence of cognitive science as a new interdisciplinary research field. The analysis is based on the metaphor of «trading zones» described by anthropologists. The author lists five conditions for a successful interdisciplinary field to evolve: people with pronounced interdisciplinary interests; places providing opportunities for investigations (universities, research centers, etc); specialized organizations (societies, journals, etc.); ideas that intersect established disciplines; methods applicable at their intersection. As an example, the author discusses interdisciplinary studies of analogical reasoning in cognitive science.
Keywords:  cognitive science, interdisciplinarity, metaphor, trading zones

Thagard Paul

Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Cognitive Science Program at the University of Waterloo. Address: N2L 3G1, Waterloo, ON, Canada. E-mail: pthagard@watarts.uwaterloo.ca.

Publications

Being Interdisciplinary: Trading Zones in Cognitive Science / Logos. 2014. № 1 (97). P. 35-60
annotation:  The paper analyzes factors contributing to the emergence of cognitive science as a new interdisciplinary research field. The analysis is based on the metaphor of «trading zones» described by anthropologists. The author lists five conditions for a successful interdisciplinary field to evolve: people with pronounced interdisciplinary interests; places providing opportunities for investigations (universities, research centers, etc); specialized organizations (societies, journals, etc.); ideas that intersect established disciplines; methods applicable at their intersection. As an example, the author discusses interdisciplinary studies of analogical reasoning in cognitive science.
Keywords:  cognitive science, interdisciplinarity, metaphor, trading zones
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