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Behavioral Art

... [I]nsofar as intelligence, imitation, and play are considered, all three, exclusively as sensory-motor, imitation is a continuation of accommodation, play a continuation of assimilation, and intelligence a harmonious combination of the two. (Piaget, 1962, p. 104)

Though a calculator can certainly be utilized as a tool to assist humans in solving mathematical problems, the conceptual metaphors behind mathematics are subjective. In essence, the calculator need not be conscious that any answer was produced. While the computer is also such a tool, coding of Behavioral Art allows for a bit more flexibility in creating systems designed to present non-species-typical cognitive obstacles, and/or eliciting non-typical motor schemata responses.

Piaget, J. (1962) Play, Dreams, and Imitation in Childhood, New York: W.W. Norton and Co.


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