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However, every word of our language links to one of these ideals. The human child’s development of these underlying ideals constitutes what Piaget called “the development of objectivity”, a phrase that he employed to refer to the process by which inner patterns of the mind come to have forms that match the forms of external reality. Any adequate mental system for modelling reality will have to have elements whose own forms and patterns reflect external ones. While the brains of other species and the computational systems which they embody must also have this property, the human brain has developed an astounding capacity to handle a lot of these modelling patterns at once.
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Cognition, Vol. 10, No. 1-3 by Jacques Mehler & Susana Franck (Editors)