What is cognition? What is its place in nature? For about 60 years philosophers and scientists have been engaged in giving a naturalistic dress to the cognitive sciences arguing over the status of mental representations and computational processes.
Playing with silence is a book that Mirio Cosottini dedicates to those who love silence and all its aspects. In this volume he proposes a series of questions and exercises in order to initiate an investigative process that sheds light on its many facets as well as on its invariances; that which remains constant under transformation.