By Derek Edwards
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We might argue that , if the universe is what cosmologists tell us it is (see Chapter 3), and history is what historians tell us took place, then cognition is what cognitive psychologists tell us it is. We can not simply point it out, therefore , that cognitivism has overextended itself, nor that it omits to deal with many culturally based topics that it ought properly to consider. Those are things Copyrighted Material 28 Discourse and Cognition that have to be argued (as do the contributors to Still and Costall , 1 99 1 ) , and in doing so we enter into the definitions of what cognition is, or might be.
The colour experiments became tests of possibly universal features of human perception , rather than studies that sprang from an interest in how, why, and when people ordinarily describe things. As with emotion categories, the relentless logic of the cognitivist study of colour terms eventually came full circle , and 'discovered' a set of physiologically based universals, for which descriptions in English luckily seemed more or less adequate . Chapter 9 (,Categories I I : Bodily Experience and Folk Psychology') Copyrighted Material An Informal Introduction 23 examines how the cognitivist approach to 'basic' and 'natural' categories has been extended into a general-purpose theory of categorization and meta phor.
On the contrary , perhaps it takes multiple perspectives in order to have concepts and conceptual problems, to propose that an explanation is wrong, or needs j ustification or testing, even to provide a basis for such a notion as 'explanation' . Hypothesis formation and testing can be understood as kinds of arguments, rather than kinds of pattern recognition . The process in individuals may be as plausibly derived from the social (from the rhetoric of disagreement, potential disagreement, j ustification , criticism , anticipated criticism , forestalling disagreement, backing claims, etc .
Discourse and Cognition by Derek Edwards