Annotation:Annotationen:Anticipation in the Constructivist Theory of Cognition/Omso6tefg9

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Annotation of Annotationen:Anticipation_in_the_Constructivist_Theory_of_Cognition
Annotation Comment Let us look at the example more closely. I am thirsty, and there is a glass of water in front of me on the table. From past experience I have learned (by induction and abstraction) that water is a means to quench my thirst. This is the ‘voluntary purpose’ I have chosen at the moment. In other words, I am anticipating that water will do again what it did in the past. But to achieve my purpose, I have to drink the water. There, again, I am relying on past experience, in the sense that I carry out the ‘specific movements’ which I expect (anticipate) to bring the glass to my lips. It is these movements that are controlled and guided by negative feedback.

When I reflect upon this sequence of decisions and actions, it becomes clear that the notion of causality plays an important role in the event.

Last Modification Date 2019-12-06T18:08:50.815Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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