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[A key 2005 collection of papers (Royer 2008) showed how complex the study of mathematical cognition (MC) had become already in the early 2000s, incorporating a broad range of scientific, educational, and humanistic perspectives into its modus operandi. Studies published in the journal Mathematical Cognition have also revealed how truly expansive the field is, bringing together researchers and scholars from diverse disciplines, from neuroscience to semiotics. This volume has aimed to provide a contemporary snapshot of how the study of MC is developing. In this final chapter, the objective is to provide a selective overview of different approaches from the past as a concluding historical assessment.]
Published: Sep 15, 2019
Keywords: Math cognition; Existential graphs; Diagrams; Species-specificity; Language and math; Blending theory
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