¿Qué es el Procesualismo Cognitivo?

  • Guillermo Díaz de Liaño del Valle Brunel University London
Palabras clave: Arqueología cognitiva, procesualismo, teoría de la mente computacional, individualismo metodológico

Resumen

Este artículo es una introducción al procesualismo cognitivo, la corriente principal dentro de la arqueología cognitiva anglosajona. Se revisa, primero, sus fundamentos teóricos, especialmente el empleo de una teoría de la mente basada en el paradigma computacional y el individualismo metodológico. Después, se analizará su evolución y desarrollo, dividiéndolo en una fase formativa y otra normal. A continuación, se analiza su evolución temática, prestando especial atención a la variante norteamericana del procesualismo cognitivo, para finalmente presentar brevemente la Material Engagement Theory.

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Díaz de Liaño del Valle, G. (1). ¿Qué es el Procesualismo Cognitivo?. Complutum, 28(1), 9-22. https://doi.org/10.5209/CMPL.58479
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