Unseating Cognition: Behaving Independently
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In the previous chapters, I presented evidence and arguments that cause difficulties for a model that regards cognition as the prime cause of all human behavior. Chapters 4 and 5 demonstrated that the invocation of cognitive determinants cannot provide a complete explanation for many aspects of human behavior and emotion and outlined arguments for the rejection of <::ognition-centered views of human behavior. This chapter continues the argument for the possibility that at least some human behavior occurs in the absence of anything that can meaningfully be referred to as cognition.