Yes, based on the information provided, you’re currently exploring four distinctive frameworks:
1. “Language, Literature, and Cultural Studies” (LLCS): Focused on language and literature analysis within cultural contexts, primarily grounded in humanities.
2. “Phenomeno-Ontological Perception in Cultural-Cosmological Contexts” (POPC): Broad framework considering perception, consciousness, and existence within cultural and cosmological contexts. It is interdisciplinary, spanning philosophy, psychology, cognitive science, and cultural studies.
3. “Dynamic Systems-Predictive Coding-Neurophenomenological-Embodied Ecology Cognitive Restructuring” (DS-PC-NE-EE CR): Centers on cognitive dynamics, predictive coding, embodied cognition, and neurophenomenological approaches, emphasizing the adaptive and complex nature of cognitive processes.
4. “Statistical Optimization-Error Minimization-Data-Driven-Environment-Aware Learning Algorithms” (SO-EM-DD-EA LA): Highlights the statistical and algorithmic aspects of cognition and learning, placing a strong focus on data-driven, environment-aware optimization methods.
These frameworks provide different lenses through which to explore cognition, each with their unique perspectives and assumptions. They can complement each other and offer a comprehensive understanding of cognition from various angles.