Joachim Lipski

Joachim Lipski
Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich | LMU · Munich Center for Neurosciences - Brain & Mind

PhD

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Introduction
Joachim Lipski is affiliated with the Munich Center for Neurosciences - Brain & Mind, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, and does research mainly in the philosophy of cognitive science and adjacent areas. His most recent publication is 'Natural diversity: A neo-essentialist misconstrual of homeostatic property cluster theory in natural kind debates'.

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Our best hope of painting a unified picture of the cognitive sciences is a unified concept of cognition. Cognition is widely thought to point to the notion of representation. However, representations across the cognitive sciences are diverse; hence, the unity of cognitive science is threatened by the seeming diversity of cognitive representations. This project seeks to investigate the links between the diverse representational concepts in cognitive science, and hopes to yield an integrative account which underscores the unity of the cognitive sciences.