György Gergely

György Gergely replies to Marion Vorms and Olivier Morin

This post is part of our 'Pedagogy theory week' series. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday For a very short presentation of pedagogy theory, see the Monday post. In this post, György Gergely starts to reply to Marion Vorms and Olivier Morin's comments of Monday, Tuesday, and ...

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György Gergely on genericity

This post is part of our 'Pedagogy theory week' series. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday For a very short presentation of pedagogy theory, see the Monday post. In this post, György Gergely replies to Marion and Olivier's concerns about the notion of a "Genericity Bias" (see in ...

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György Gergely on the A-not-B task

This post is part of our 'Pedagogy theory week' series. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday For a very short presentation of pedagogy theory, see the Monday post. In this post, György Gergely replies to Marion's Tuesday post on the A-not-B task.   *** Marion scrutin...

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Opacity tasting with Dan and Maurice

A few weeks ago, Maurice Bloch, Dan Sperber and several others had a debate on the nature of those beliefs (in particular 'religious' beliefs) that cannot easily be made fully explicit, or brought to bear on concrete matters (so-called 'semi-propositional beliefs' - here called ...

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