Images are secondary to propositions
Knowledge is encoded in an unconscious propositional medium that lies beneath both language and imagery. Imagery, by itself, is not of interest to cognitive science, because it can’t explain human knowledge.
Zenon Pylyshyn, 1973.
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Images are secondary to propositions
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