Annotation:Annotationen:Anticipation in the Constructivist Theory of Cognition/Uox21p9i32

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Annotation of Annotationen:Anticipation_in_the_Constructivist_Theory_of_Cognition
Annotation Comment To believe that the future affects the present is no doubt a superstition, but to declare that purpose and goal-directed action must be discarded because they are teleological notions is no better. It shows an abysmal ignorance of the difference between empirical and metaphysical teleology.
Last Modification Date 2020-01-17T18:43:08.472Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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