- adj. philosophy Of or pertaining to factors underlying the personal level of moral explanation, such as biological or chemical factors
- sub- + personal (Wiktionary)
“However, this line of argument flies in the face not just of the practice of cognitive scientists, but also of some important philosophical analyses of the notion of subpersonal representation (Burge 1986, Egan”
“subpersonal" representations postulated by cognitive science.”
“While some of these may be suited to be mental relata of commonsense psychological states, some ” so-called "subpersonal" or "sub-doxastic" representations ” are not.”
“On Korsgaard's view, what gives an action an owner is that it is attributable to the person as a whole (rather than to a subpersonal part, such as a drive or an especially strong desire).”
“Inspired by this theory, he then presents a speculative subpersonal functional theory of pain processing, according to which pain processing occurs in many functionally (even anatomically) different components of the central nervous system, mostly in parallel, such that some of them can be selectively impaired.”
“It may well turn out, for example, that fundamentally different notions of nonconceptual content are required for subpersonal computational states and perceptual experiences.”
“Still, it is open to a critic of nonconceptual content to deny that ascriptions of content at the subpersonal level should be taken literally.”
“Cussins argued that this personal level notion of nonconceptual content is naturally complemented at the subpersonal level by a connectionist cognitive architecture.”
“Representational states at the subpersonal or subdoxastic level”
“The notion of nonconceptual content has also been utilized in specifying the representational contents of subpersonal states, such as those involved in the early stages of visual processing.”
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