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    The changing conditions for the accumulation and transmission of knowledge in the age of multimedia networks make it inevitable that old philosophical problems become formulated in a new light. Above all, the problem of the unity of knowledge is once again a topical issue. The situation-dependent acquisition of knowledge that is made possible by mobile learning transcends the boundaries of traditional disciplines, linking the domains of text, diagram, and picture. Database integration and multim…Read more
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    There is the tension between, on the one hand, Wittgenstein’s not giving theoretical weight to metaphor, and on the other, his exuberant use of it. On a more fundamental level, there is a straightforward contradiction between Wittgenstein’s claim of the primordial literalness of everyday language, and his stress on the multiplicity and flexibility of language-games. Wittgenstein’s problem was that he did not succeed in making his ideas on metaphor, and indeed his ideas on metaphor and images, co…Read more
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    The networked mind
    Studies in East European Thought 60 (1-2): 149-158. 2008.
    The paper discusses the role of networks in cognition on two levels: on the level of the organization of ideas, and on the level of interpersonal communication. Any interesting system of ideas forms a network: ideas presented in a linear order (the order forced upon us by verbal expression) will necessarily convey a distorted picture of the underlying patterns of thought. Networks of ideas typically consist of a great number of nodes with just a few links, and a small number of hubs with very ma…Read more
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    The mobile telephone as a return to unalienated communication
    Knowledge, Technology & Policy 19 (1): 54-61. 2006.
  •  14
    Conservatism and Common-Sense Realism
    The Monist 99 (4): 441-456. 2016.
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    Tradition and Individuality: Philosophical Essays, "Synthese Library"
    with J. C. Nyíri and Katalin Neumer
    Studies in East European Thought 51 (4): 329-340. 1999.
  •  4
    Verbildlichung und die Grenzen des wissenschaftlichen Realismus
    Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 56 (5): 769-779. 2008.
    Die Demarkationslinie, jenseits welcher wissenschaftliche Theorien nicht als wahre Beschreibungen der Welt aufgefasst werden sollten, sondern bloß als mathematische Instrumente, mit deren Hilfe man zu richtigen praktischen Voraussagen kommt, ist nicht die viel diskutierte Grenze zwischen beobachtbar/nicht-beobachtbar, sondern vielmehr die Grenze zwischen dem, was wir uns als perzeptuelle Bilder in der Tat vorstellen können, und dem, was sich allein durch abstrakt-symbolische Ausdrücke formuliere…Read more
  • The Iconic Turn in Education (edited book)
    Peter Lang. 2012.
  • Szavaktól a képekig: a tudomány új egysége
    Magyar Filozofiai Szemle 3. 2005.