Relationship between Problem solving and Representation

Prof. Paul Humphreys (Extending Ourselves, 99) states that:
To solve a problem, the specific form of the representation matters. 
from this representation, which is connected to human assimilation capabilities, stem the scientific metaphors, analogies, and finally schemas that are used to describe a physical problem.
Before enunciating the maxim above, Prof. Humphreys describes the syntactic and semantic approaches.

to be continued

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