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DestéfanoM. N. (2019). Conceptual and semantic representations in cognitive sciences. Discusiones Filosóficas, 20(35), 45 - 60. https://doi.org/10.17151/difil.2019.20.35.4.

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En este trabajo intentaré dar razones en contra del argumento de Jackendoff en el que se pretende identificar las representaciones conceptuales y semánticas. Sostendré que este argumento es incorrecto porque no toma en cuenta la evidencia neuropsicológica y psiquiátrica en su contra. Para ello, primero clarificaré filosóficamente en qué consisten ambos tipos de representaciones para luego argumentar en contra de la tesis de la identificación.

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