This collection of material is directly neither data nor interpretation.
Yet “Other,” in this case, means “essential reading.”
Articles belong here as keys to interpretation, starting with:
LC2bO4 Introduction to Computer Experience and Cognitive Development (Ideas and methods in The Intimate Study)
And concluding with key ideas for this work from others:
Arguments and suggestions relevant to The Intimate Study, cited from the works of:
- Goodman: On the Rightness of Rendering.
- Goodman: On Multiple Worlds.
- Langer: Against Physicalism
- Langer: On Objectivity
- Lewin: On the Pure Case
- Papert: On the Elevation of Control
- Papert: On Theories of Learning and Piaget
- Papert: On Learning in a Machine
- Levi-Strauss: On Bricolage
- Jacob: On Evolution and Bricolage
- Tversky and Kahnemann: On Anchoring with Variation
- Barker and Wright: The Texture of Behavior
The following citations were prepared for publication but cut from the text because of constraints on the length of the book.