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  • 2107m Igor Douven and Peter Gärdenfors: “What are natural concepts? A design perspective”, manuscript.
  • 2016l Zahra Gharaee, Peter Gärdenfors and Magnus Johnsson “Hierarchical self-organizing maps system for action classification”, to appear in the Proceedings of ICAART 2017.
  • 2017k Zahra Gharaee, Peter Gärdenfors and Magnus Johnsson “Online recognition of actions involving objects”, to appear in Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures.
  • 2017j “Hur tekniken påverkar hur vi ser på oss själva” (How technology influences our perception of ourselves), SANS 2/2017.
  • 2017i “A new renaissance”, Jahrbuch 2015/2016, 80-82, ed. by Luca Giuliani, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, Berlin.
  • 2017h Frank Zenker and Peter Gärdenfors “Continuity of theory structure: A conceptual spaces approach”, to appear in International Studies in Philosophy of Science.
  • 2017g Peter Gärdenfors and Anders Högberg “The archaeology of teaching and the evolution of Homo docens”, Current Anthropology 58(2), 188-208.
  • 2017f Marlize Lombard and Peter Gärdenfors “Tracking the evolution of causal cognition in humans”, Journal of Anthropological Sciences 95, 1-18.
  • 2017e “The role of demonstration and pantomime in the evolution of teaching”, Frontiers in Psychology 8:415, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00415.
  • 2017d “Även djuren drömmer om dagen som gått” (Also animals dream of the day that has passed), Svenska Dagbladet, 28 February.
  • 2017c “Du ljuger!” (You are lying!), Modern Filosofi 1/17, 40-47.
  • 2017b “Semantic knowledge, domains of meaning and conceptual spaces“, in D. Antal, ed., Knowledge and Space, Vol 9, 203-219.
  • 2017a Den svåra konsten att se sig själv (The Difficult Art of Seeing Oneself), Natur och Kultur, Stockholm..
  • 2016o Ivo Jacobs and Peter Gärdenfors “The false dichotomy of domain-specific versus domain-general cognition”, commentary on Burkart et al. The evolution of general intelligence, to appear in Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
  • 2016n Richard Billingsley, Pavlos Peppas, Henri Prade, Peter Gärdenfors and Mary-Anne Williams “The altruistic robotic: Do what I want, not just what I say”, submitted.
  • 2016m “Cognitively-oriented theories of meaning”, to appear in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics.
  • 2016l Peter Gärdenfors and Maja Brala “Semantic domains of demonstratives and articles: Referentiality in the outer and the inner worlds”, submitted.
  • 2016k Rony Novianto, Peter Gärdenfors, Benjamin Johnston, Xun Wang and Mary-Anne Williams “An integrated attention mechanism for action selection: Computational perspective”, submitted.
  • 2016j Peter Gärdenfors and Andreas Stephens “Induction and knowledge-what”, submitted.
  • 2016i Zahra Gharaee, Peter Gärdenfors and Magnus Johnsson “First and second order dynamics in a hierarchical SOM system for action recognition”, submitted.
  • 2016h Zahra Gharaee, Peter Gärdenfors and Magnus Johnsson “Action recognition online with hierarchical self-organizing maps”, Proceedings of The 12th International Conference on Signal, Image Technology and Internet Based Systems, IEEE, 538-544. DOI 10.1109/SITIS.2016.91.
  • 2016g Christian Balkenius and Peter Gärdenfors “Spaces in the brain: From neurons to meanings“, Frontiers in Psychology, 22 nov 2016.
  • 2016f Review in Swedish of Harry Smit: The Social Evolution of Human Nature, Cambridge University Press 2104, Axess 6/2016.
  • 2016e “Ny teknik för självkontroll” (New technology for self-control), Sydsvenska Dagbladet 29 July.
  • 2016d “Convexity is a testable prediction in the theory of conceptual spaces: Reply to Hernández-Conde“, LUCS Minor 20.
  • 2016c Anne-Laure Mealier, Gregoire Pointeau, Peter Gärdenfors and Peter Ford Dominey “Construals of meaning: The role of attention in robotic language production”, Interaction Studies 17(1), 48-76.
  • 2016b George Masterton, Frank Zenker and Peter Gärdenfors “Phase space is conceptual space: Using conceptual space to exhibit structural continuity through theory change”, to appear in European Journal for Philosophy of Science, DOI 10.1007/s13194-016-0149-x.
  • 2016a Joost Zwarts and Peter Gärdenfors “Locative and directional prepositions in conceptual spaces: The role of polar convexity”, Journal of Logic, Language and Information 25, 109-138.
  • 2015r Siri De Geer, Cristina Gunnarsdottir, Peter Gärdenfors and Kristina Hansson “A semantic domain theory of adjectives applied to children’s acquisition of antonyms”, submitted.
  • 2015q Geometrizovanie myslenia. Vybrané štúdie ku kognitívnej sémantike (Geometrical thinking. Selected studies of cognitive semantics). Schola Philosophica, Trnava, Slovakia.
  • 2015p Peter Gärdenfors, William Powers, Jaroslaw Pluciennik and Michal Wroblewski, eds. On-line/Off-line: Between Text and Experience, Writing as a Lifestyle, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Lodzkiego, Lodz.
  • 2015o “Kan medvetandet styra hjärnan?” (Can consciousness control the brain?), Sans 2015/4, 22-27.
  • 2015n Anders Högberg, Peter Gärdenfors and Lars Larsson “Knowing, learning and teaching – how Homo became docens“, Cambridge Archaeological Journal 25/4, 847-858.
  • 2015m Zahra Gharaee, Miriam Buonamente, Peter Gärdenfors and Magnus Johnsson “Action classification and simulation with hierarchical Self-Organizing Maps”, submitted.
  • 2015l Massimo Warglien, Jürgen Jost and Peter Gärdenfors “From actions to events: Three constraints on event mappings”, submitted.
  • 2015k “The geometry of preposition meanings”, in Perspectives on Spatial Cognition. The Baltic International Yearbook of Cognition, Logic and Communication, Vol. 10, ed, by M. Glanzberg, J. Skilters and P. Svenonius.
  • 2015j Anders Högberg and Peter Gärdenfors “Children, teaching and the evolution of humankind”,  Childhood in the Past 8, 113-121.
  • 2015i Piotr Lukowski and Peter Gärdenfors “The crossroads of cognitive science”, in Cognition, Meaning and Action. Lodz-Lund Studies in Cognitive Science, Lodz.
  • 2015h “Semantic transformations”,  Language and Semiotic Studies, vol 1, pp. 41-51. (Revised version to appear in a Festschrift for Nenad Miščević.)
  • 2015g “Animal gestural communication is not just a code system” (commentary on T. C. Scott-Phillips “Non-human primate communication, pragmatics and the origin of language”), Current Anthropology 56(1).
  • 2015f Peter Gärdenfors and Anders Högberg “Evolutionary mechanisms of teaching” (commentary on M. A. Kline: How to learn about teaching: An evolutionary framework for the study of teaching behavior in humans and other animals), Behavioral and Brain Sciences 38, 25-26.
  • 2015e Frank Zenker and Peter Gärdenfors “Communication, rationality and conceptual changes in scientific theories”, in Applications of Conceptual Spaces: The Case for Geometric Knowledge Representation, pp. 259-277, ed. by  F. Zenker and P. Gärdenfors, Springer, Dordrecht.
  • 2015d Massimo Warglien and Peter Gärdenfors “Meaning negotiation”, in Applications of Conceptual Spaces: The Case for Geometric Knowledge Representations, pp. 79-94, ed. by F. Zenker and P. Gärdenfors, Springer, Dordrecht.
  • 2015c Peter Gärdenfors and Frank Zenker “Editors’ introduction: Conceptual spaces at work”, in Applications of Conceptual Spaces: The Case for Geometric Knowledge Representations, pp. 3-13, ed. by F. Zenker and P. Gärdenfors, Springer, Dordrecht.
  • 2015b Frank Zenker and Peter Gärdenfors, eds. Applications of Conceptual Spaces: The Case for Geometric Knowledge Representation, Springer, Dordrecht.
  • 2015a “Varför vill vi förstå?” (Why do we want to understand?), Filosofisk Tidskrift 16(1), 1-15.
  • 2014y “Using conceptual spaces to explain how word meanings are learned”, to appear in B. Brozek, L. Kurek, L. Kwiatek (eds.): Explaining the MindKrakow, Copernicus Center Press.
  • 2014x De Homo a Sapiens: Sobre a Evolução do Pensamento (Portuguese translation of 2000c), EdiPUCRS, Porto Alegro.
  • 2014v “Ambiguity in decision making and the fear of being fooled“, pp.  75-87 in Against Boredom, ed. by J. Persson, Fri tanke, Stockholm.
  • 2014u “The role of attention in lexical semantics”, Croatian Journal of Philosophy, vol. XIV, no. 41, 269-276.
  • 2014t “Turingtestet är inte ett bra kriterium på intelligens” (The turing test is not a good criterion for intelligence), Sydsvenskan, August 5.
  • 2014s “A semantic theory of word classes“, Croatian Journal of Philosophy, vol. XIV, no. 41, 179-194.
  • 2014r Rony Novianto, Mary-Anne Williams, Peter Gärdenfors and Glenn Wightwick “Classical condtioning in social robotics”, pp. 279-289 in M. Beetz et al. (eds.) Proceedings of the International Conference on Social Robotics 2014, LNAI 8755, Springer.
  • 2014q “Tänk att allt blev så här” (Imagine that everything became like this), in Men vänta nu, ed. Annika Ström, Lund University.
  • 2014p Rasmus Bååth, Erik Lagerstedt and Peter Gärdenfors “A prototype based resonance model of rhythm categorization”,  iPerception 5, pp. 548-558 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1068/i0665).
  • 2014o Peter Gärdenfors and Töive Kivikas “Hur ledare motiverar sina medarbetare” (How leaders motivate their co-workers), manuscript.
  • 2014n “The evolution of sentential structure“, Humana Mente Journal of Philosophical Studies 27, 79-97.
  • 2014m Chris Sinha and Peter Gärdenfors “Time, space and events in language and cognition: a comparative view”, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1326, 72-81.
  • 2014l Xun Wang, Mary-Anne Williams, Peter Gärdenfors, Jonathan Vitale, Shaukat Abedi, Benjamin Johnston, Benjamin Kuipers and Alan Huang “Directing human attention with pointing”, Proceedings of the 2014 IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, pp. 174 – 179.
  • 2014k Justine Jacot and Peter Gärdenfors “Do we speak of the same witch? How minds can meet on intentional identity”, submitted.
  • 2014j “Levels of communication and lexical semantics”, to appear in Synthese (DOI 10.1007/s11229-014-0493-3).
  • 2014i “Computational complexity and cognitive science: How the body and the world help the mind be efficient”, pp.  825-833 in A. Baltug and S. Smets (eds.) Johan van Benthem on Logic and Information, Springer, Berlin.
  • 2014h Frank Zenker and Peter Gärdenfors ”Modeling diachronic changes in structuralism and conceptual spaces”,  Erkenntnis 79, pp. 1547–1561 (DOI 10.1007/s10670-013-9582-9).
  • 2014g “Måndagen den 2 juli 2013”, p. 22 in Frukostmöten i juli, Frukostmöten i Simrishamn.
  • 2014f “Hur skapar man förståelse i undervisning” (How to create understanding ineducation), pp. 65-78 in Vetenskapliga perspektiv på lärande, undervisning och utbildning i olika institutionella sammanhang, ed. by A. Persson and R. Johansson, Studentlitteratur, Lund.
  • 2014e Sandro Rama Fiorini, Peter Gärdenfors and Mara Abel “Representing part-whole relations in conceptual spaces”, Cognitive Processing 15, pp. 127-142.
  • 2014d “Våra föreställningar om tid är kulturberoende” (Our conceptions of time depend on our culture), Forskning och Framsteg, special issue on the brain, p. 89.
  • 2014c Lars Berggren, Peter Gärdenfors, Thomas Kaiserfeld, Kristina Lundblad, Rikard Schönström and Lynn Åkesson “Studiemedel för studiero” (Study grants for study peace), Helsingborgs Dagblad, March 5, 2014
  • 2014b Sven Ove Hansson and Peter Gärdenfors “David Makinson and the extension of classical logic”, pp. 11-18 in David Makinson on Classical Methods for Non-Classical Problems, ed. by S.-O. Hansson, Springer, Dordrecht.
  • 2014a The Geometry of Meaning: Semantics Based on Conceptual Spaces, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
  • 2013o Carlos Alchourrón, Peter Gärdenfors and David Makinson. Russian translation of “On the logic of theory change: Partial meet contraction and revision functions” (1985c), pp. 318-343 in Normative Systems and  Other Works in Legal Philosophy and the Logic of Norms (in Russian), ed by M. V. Antonov and E. N. Lisanjuk.
  • 2013n “Jag, du, vi och medvetandet” (I, you, we and consciousness), pp. 57-69 in Du, jag och det gemensamma, L. Söderholm and H. Lind (eds.), Förbundet kristen humanism, Lund.
  • 2013m “Inlevelseförmåga” (Intersubjectivity), Nationalencyklopedien.
  • 2013l Peter Gärdenfors and Simone Löhndorf  “What is a domain? – Dimensional structure versus meronomic relations”, Cognitive Linguistics 24(3), 437-456.
  • 2013k Review of Jonathan Lindström Medvetandets gåta, Norstedts, Respons 4/2013.
  • 2013j Mary-Anne Williams, Shaukat Abedi, Peter Gärdenfors, Xun Wang, Benjamin Kuipers and Benjamin Johnston ”Interpreting robot pointing behavior”, pp. 148-159 in Proceedings of The International Conference on Social Robotics, LNAI 8239, Springer, Berlin.
  • 2013i “The evolution of semantics: Sharing conceptual domains”, pp. 139-159  in The Evolutionary Emergence of Language, R. Botha and M. Everaert (eds.), Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • 2013h Massimo Warglien and Peter Gärdenfors “Semantics, conceptual spaces, and the meeting of minds“, Synthese 190, 2165-2193.
  • 2013g Rasmus Bååth, Erik Lagerstedt and Peter Gärdenfors “An oscillator model of categorical rhythm perception”, pp. 1803-1808 in Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Society Congress 2013, Austin, TX.
  • 2013f Peter Gärdenfors and Wlodek Rabinowicz “Skona universitetets hjärta!” (Save the heart of the university!), Lunds Universitets Magasin, No 2, p. 34.
  • 2013e Peter Gärdenfors and Frank Zenker “Theory change as dimensional change: Conceptual spaces applied to the dynamics of empirical theories”, Synthese 190, pp. 1039-1058. An early version of the paper is published as pp. 147-178 in Emerging Colors in Science: Transdisciplinary Essays, ed. by R. Churnside, Editorial de la Universidad de Costa Rica.
  • 2013d “The role of cooperation in the evolution of protolanguage and language”, pp. 193-216 in Evolution of Mind, Brain, and Culture, ed. by G. Hatfield and H. Pittman, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology..
  • 2013b Peter Gärdenfors and Massimo Warglien “The development of semantic space for pointing and verbal communication”, pp. 29-42 in Conceptual Spaces and the Construal of Spatial Meaning: Empirical Evidence from Human Communication, ed. by J. Hudson, U. Magnusson and C. Paradis, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • 2013a Sandro Rama Fiorini, Mara Abel and Peter Gärdenfors “Structure, similarity and spaces”,  pp. 71-74 in Shapes 2.0: The Shape of Things, ed. by O. Kutz, M. Bhatt, S. Borgo and P. Santos,  CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Rio de Janeiro.
  • 2012o “Kunskap genom metaforer – om poesins epistemologi” (Knowledge through metaphors – on the epistemology of poetry), pp. 29-42 in Poesins logik och mystik (Insikt och Handling 24). Also published in Synsvinkler 44, pp. 148-163.
  • 2012n Peter Gärdenfors and Massimo Warglien “Using conceptual spaces to model actions and events”, Journal of Semantics 29, pp. 487-519.
  • 2012m “Ewolucyjne i rozwojowe aspekty intersubiektywnoci”, pp. 17-44  in Empatia, obrazowanie i kontekst jako kategorie kognitywistyczne, ed. by H. Kardela, Z. Muszyski, M. Rajewski, RRR-Kognitywistyka, vol. 3, Wydawnictwo UMCS, Lublin 2008 (Polish translation of 2007m).
  • 2012l “Reasons for meanings: A theory of semantics grounded in perception, action and interaction”, pp. 1327-1344 in Welt der Gründe, ed. by J. Nida-Rümelin and E. Özmen, Felix Meiner Verlag, Hamburg.
  • 2012k “Bodily forces, actions and the semantics of verbs”, pp. 253-271 in Bodies in Action and Symbolic Forms, ed. by H. Bredekamp. M. Lauschke and A. Arteaga, Akademie Verlag, Berlin.
  • 2012j  Massimo Warglien, Peter Gärdenfors and Matthijs Westera “Reply to comments”, Theoretical Linguistics 38 , pp. 249-264.
  • 2012i Massimo Warglien, Peter Gärdenfors and Matthijs Westera “Event structure, conceptual spaces and the semantics of verbs”, Theoretical Linguistics 38, pp. 159-193.
  • 2012h Paul Hemeren and Peter Gärdenfors “A framework for representing action meaning in artificial systems via force dimensions”, pp 99-106 in the Proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Artificial General Intelligence, ed. by J. Bach, B. Goeertzel and M. Ilké, Springer, Berlin.
  • 2012g Björn Sjödén and Peter Gärdenfors “Använd tekniken för att stärka läraren” (Use the technology to empower the teacher), Helsingborgs Dagblad, March 19.
  • 2012f Peter Gärdenfors, Ingar Brinck and Mathias Osvath “Coevolution of cooperation, cognition and communication”, in New Perspectives of the Symbolic Species, ed. by F. Stjernfelt, T. Deacon and T. Schilhab, Springer, Berlin, pp. 193-222.
  • 2012e “Vad skiljer människans sätt att tänka från de andra djurens?” (What distinguishes human thinking from that of other animals?), in Kognitionsvetenskap, ed, by M. Jensen and J. Allwood, Studentlitteratur, Lund, pp. 311-323.
  • 2012d Mathias Osvath, Tomas Persson and Peter Gärdenfors “Foresight, function representation, and social intelligence in great apes” (Commentary on K. Vaesen “The cognitive basis of human tool use”), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 35(4), pp. 234-235.
  • 2012c “The cognitive and communicative demands of cooperation”, pp. 164-183 in Games, Actions and Social Software, ed by J. van Eijck and R. Verbrugge, LNCS 7010, Springer, Berlin.
  • 2012b “Kunskapens lust”, Forskning och Framsteg 1/2012.
  • 2012a “Du ljuger så att du tror dig själv” (You lie so that you believe yourself), Axess 2/2012, pp. 32-34. (Revised version to appear in Forskning och Framsteg.)
  • 2011l “Lektionens dolda regler” (The hidden rules of lessons), Specialpedagogiskt magasin, Web chronicle, September 9.
  • 2011k “IT kan revolutionera läromedlen” (IT can revolutionize educational tools), Kritisk utbildningstidskrift, nr 142-144, pp. 50-61.
  • 2011j “Kognition” (Cognition), in Kognitiv medicin, ed. by L.-O. Wahlund, C. Nilsson and A. Wallin, Norstedts, Stockholm, pp. 14-39.
  • 2011i “The role of indirect reciprocity and theory of mind in interpreting ornaments”, commentary on C. S. Henshilwood and B. Dubreuil: “The Still Bay and Howiesons Poort, 77-59 ka”, Current Anthropology 52(3), pp. 383-384.
  • 2011h “Människans förnuft är överskattat” (Human rationality is overestimated), pp. 91-100 in Människan sedd: Genom olika vetenskapliga prismor, ed. by M. Hammarström, E. Gerle and P. Gärdenfors, Nya Doxa, Nora. Also published  in SANS 2012:1, pp. 22-27.
  • 2011g Matz Hammarström, Elisabeth Gerle and Peter Gärdenfors, eds. Människan sedd: genom olika vetenskapliga prismor (The Human Seen: Through Different Scientific Prisms), Nya Doxa, Nora.
  • 2011f “Förståelsens betydelse för lärandet” (The role of understanding for learning), pp. 71-88 in Lärandets grunder – teorier och perspektiv, ed by M. Jensen, Studentlitteratur, Lund.
  • 2011e Petter Johansson, Lars Hall and Peter Gärdenfors “Choice blindness and the non-unitary nature of the mind” (Commentary on von Hippel and Trivers), Behavioral and Brain Sciences 34(1), pp. 28-29.
  • 2011d “Evolution and semantics”, pp. 748-750 in Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences, ed. by P. C. Hogan, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • 2011c “Notes on the history of ideas behind AGM”,  Journal of Philosophical Logic 40(2), pp. 115-120.
  • 2011b Peter Gärdenfors and Frank Zenker “Using conceptual spaces to model the dynamics of empirical theories”, pp. 137-153 in Belief Revision Meets Philosophy of Science, ed. by E. Olsson and S. Enqvist, Springer Verlag, Berlin.
  • 2011a “Semantics based on conceptual spaces”, pp. 1-11 in the Proceedings of 4th Indian Conference on Logic and its Applications (LNAI 6521), ed. by M. Banerjee and A. Seth, Springer, Berlin.
  • 2010n Mary-Anne Williams, Peter Gärdenfors, Benjamin Johnston and Glenn Wightwick “Anticipation as a strategy: A design paradigm for robotics”, pp. 341-353 in Knowledge Science Engineering and Management, ed by Y. Bi and M.-A. Williams, Springer, Berlin.
  • 2010m Jak Homo stal sie sapiens: O ewolucji myslenia (Polish translation of 200c), Wydawnictwo Czarna Owca, Warszawa.
  • 2010l “Önskelista till utbildningsministern” (Wish list to the minister of education), Datorn i utbildningen 10/6, p. 10. Reprinted in Passion for Business 3/2012, p.49.
  • 2010k “Jaget – tunneln mellan världen och medvetandet” (The self – the tunnel between the world and the consciousness), Svenska Dagbladet, Sept 13.
  • 2010j “What are the benefits of broad horizons?”, pp. xiii-xx in The Benefit of Broad Horizons: Intellectual and Institutional Preconditions for a Global Social Science, ed by H. Joas and B. Klein, Brill, Leiden.
  • 2010i “The role of understanding in human nature“, pp. 3-22 in How do we know? Understanding in Science and Theology, ed. by D. Evers, A. Jackelén and T. A. Smeds, T&T Clark, London. Reprinted in The Human Project in Science and Religion, pp. 125-150, ed. by A. L. C. Runehov, N. H. Gregersen and J. Wolf, The Copenhagen Network of Science and Religion, Copenhagen 2010.
  • 2010h “Förståelse ger djup” (Understanding gives depth), Pedagogiskt magasin 2:2010, pp. 53-57. Reprinted in Uppdrag lärare, Lärarförbundets förlag, Stockholm, pp 91-96. Reprinted in Biologen 1/2014, pp. 14-16.
  • 2010g “Skolans struktur tar kål på elevernas motivation” (The structure of schools kills the students’ motivation), Sydsvenska Dagbladet, April 12, 2010.
  • 2010f “Å forstå er å se mønstre” (To understand is to see patterns), Lektorbladet 1:2010, pp. 17-19 (summary in Norwegian of 2001s).
  • 2010e “Bara vi kan undervisa”, (Only we can teach), Forskning och Framsteg 3/10, pp. 28-33.
  • 2010d Lusten att förstå: Om lärande på människans villkor (The desire to understand: On learning in a human way), Natur och Kultur, Stockholm.
  • 2010c “Hjärnan som dator – ett havererat forskningsprogram” (The brain as a computer – a shipwrecked research program), Ord & Bild 2:2010, pp. 141-146.
  • 2010b Peter Gärdenfors and Mathias Osvath “Prospection as a cognitive precursor to symbolic communication”, pp. 103-114 in Evolution of Language: Biolinguistic Approaches, ed by R. K. Larson, V. Déprez and H. Yamakido, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • 2010a “Varför du skall vidga dina vyer” (Why you should broaden your horizons), Ord & Bild 1:2010, pp. 16-20.