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Author: Suchman, L.
Title: Plans and Situated Actions
Date: 1987 Cambridge, England
Publisher: Cambridge Univ. Press
Though we have flexible cognitive capabilities that permit us to invent a response to each situation in which we find ourselves, Lucy Suchman suggests that our actions are more likely to be ad hoc situated action, executed in the context of environmental circumstances. This means that learning may play a greater role than creativity in decisions we continually make that shape our actions.
cognition
context
philosophy

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