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Ponzo illusion

Ponzo illusion

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Recently, a cottage industry has formed with the goal of analyzing reasoning. The relevant notion of reasoning in which philosophers are expressly interested is fixed through an epistemic functional description: reasoning—whatever it is—is our personal-level, rationally evaluable means of meeting our rational requirements through managing and updat...

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... 2. Working memory is "a mental workspace that is involved in controlling, regulating, and actively maintaining relevant information" (Raghubar et al., 2010, p. 110). 3. See, my (Munroe, 2021a) for further discussion. 4. I explicitly talk of "conscious reasoning" as opposed to "System 2" or "Type 2" reasoning because, as Jonathan St B. T. Evans (2018) notes, it may not be the case that System 2 or Type 2 reasoning is always conscious. 5. Very roughly, speech planning occurs through the following tiers: The first tier -the semantic level -involves a preverbal representation of the content that is to be encoded into language. ...