A crucial aspect of Gilead and colleagues' ontology is the dichotomy between tangible and intangible representations, but the latter remains rather ill-defined. We propose a fundamental role for interoceptive experience and the statistical distribution of entities in language, especially for intangible representations, that we believe Gilead and colleagues' ontology needs to incorporate.

Catching the intangible: A role for emotion?

Montefinese M.
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Ambrosini E.;Visalli A.;
2020

Abstract

A crucial aspect of Gilead and colleagues' ontology is the dichotomy between tangible and intangible representations, but the latter remains rather ill-defined. We propose a fundamental role for interoceptive experience and the statistical distribution of entities in language, especially for intangible representations, that we believe Gilead and colleagues' ontology needs to incorporate.
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