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The 'final frontier' as metaphor for mind: opportunities to re-conceptualize what it means to be human

Parthemore, Joel LU (2013) In The History and Philosophy of Astrobiology: Perspectives on the Human Mind and Extraterrestrial Life p.67-92
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concepts, cognition, epistemology, astrobiology, "paradigm shift"
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The History and Philosophy of Astrobiology: Perspectives on the Human Mind and Extraterrestrial Life
editor
Duner, David; Parthemore, Joel; Holmberg, Gustav and Persson, Erik
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67 - 92
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Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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978-1-4438-5035-3
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Centre for Cognitive Semiotics (CCS)
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English
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  editor       = {Duner, David and Parthemore, Joel and Holmberg, Gustav and Persson, Erik},
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {67--92},
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  series       = {The History and Philosophy of Astrobiology: Perspectives on the Human Mind and Extraterrestrial Life},
  title        = {The 'final frontier' as metaphor for mind: opportunities to re-conceptualize what it means to be human},
  year         = {2013},
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