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Index




007 Principle, 113, 176 embodiment and, 220, 221; higher
cognition as, 186“7, 215, 217, 221,
Abelson, Peter, 317 223, 224; introspection as, 215,
adaptive decision-making units, 217, 221, 223, 294; scaffolding for,
217, 218“19, 221; spatiality of, 218;
295
Akins, Kathleen, 324 temporality of, 217“18, 220, 221“2;
Alex, 195 TESEE and, 217, 220, 223, 225,
Allee, W.C., 284, 332 232
Allport, Gordon, 312, 331 Ayers, Michael, 310
altruism, 6“7, 276, 277, 303
Amsterdam (McEwan), 208 Bach-y-Rita, Paul, 236, 328
anatomy, 32 background conditions, 109“11, 116,
Andreski, S., 312 121, 126, 130“3
animal communities, 26, 275, 283“4 Baillargeon, Rene, 325
animate vision, 176“7, 179, 233 Baldwin, J.D., 312
anthropology, 5, 19“22, 28, 266, 273; Ballard, Dana, 176“7, 179, 233
cognitive, 13 Barkow, Jerome, 310, 334
Ariew, Andre, 315 Baron, R.M., 334
Aristotle, 83 Baron-Cohen, Simon, 59, 65, 146,
Armstrong, David, 214, 320 313, 325
Aronson, E., 312, 331 Barrows, Susanna, 272, 331
arti¬cial intelligence, 8, 55, 88, 92, 95, Bartlett, Frederic C., 191, 197
Bateson, Patrick, 69, 71“2
243
associationism, 199 behaviorists and behaviorism, 16, 27,
associative learning, 55 41, 54“5, 57, 140, 279
attention, 215, 217, 221, 223, 251 beliefs, 91, 93, 141, 186, 206“7, 242,
autonomy, 144, 186, 209 245, 250, 289
awareness, processes of, 215“21, 225, Berkeley, George, 45
294; attention as, 215, 217, 221, Bernard, Claude, 32
223, 251; embeddedness/ binding problem, 218

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Index
356

causation, 46, 144; background
biological sciences, 4“7, 8“9;
conditions and, 121, 130“3;
dispositions in, 126; group mind
determination and, 79, 80;
hypothesis and, 26, 286“7, 298;
individualism and, 94, 96“8;
individualism in, 11“12; internal
mental states and, 94; realization
richness/external minimalism
and, 102, 130“3; scaffolded
theses and, 69“72; nativism in,
processes of awareness and,
17“19, 68“72; psychology and,
219; supervenience theses and,
28“30; realization and, 106,
136“7; taxonomies and, 96“8,
114“16; superorganism tradition
and, 274. See also natural selection 156
Chalmers, David, 142, 214, 329
Block, Ned, 237, 240, 261, 319, 320,
Changeux, Jean-Pierre, 314
321, 330
Charcot, Jean-Martin, 272
Bloom, Paul, 314
chemistry, 125“6
Blumenthal, Arthur, 311
Cheng, Patricia, 334
bodily sensations, 215, 225“6, 227,
children, 59, 198“206
230, 238, 242
Cholewiak, R., 321
bodily skills, 186
Chomsky, Noam, 67, 87, 312;
Boyd, Richard, 104, 319, 320, 333
I-/E-language and, 146; internal
Boyd, Robert, 334
richness/external minimalism
Boyle, Robert, 22“3
theses and, 16, 57; linguistic
brain-in-a-vat thought experiments,
revolution led by, 51“2, 54; on
220, 253, 256“8, 259
Marr™s theory of vision, 158“9, 161,
brain-in-the-machine, 4
brain states, 95, 100, 101 162
Cicourel, Aaron V., 333
Brandom, Robert, 90
Clark, Andy, 113, 142, 176, 317, 321,
Broca, Paul, 32
Brooks, Rodney, 177, 179 326, 327, 330
Clements, Frederic E., 275, 278, 284,
Bruner, Jerome, 49
Burge, Tyler, 99, 144, 316, 317, 323; 332
clinical psychology, 29
on content, 90“3, 151, 155, 172;
cognition, 50“73; behaviorism and,
externalism of, 78, 86“7, 89, 156,
54“5; children and, 198“206;
204, 254; on Grice™s program, 87;
computational theories of, 10, 55,
intentionality and, 244; on Marr™s
theory of vision, 153“4, 155; social 88, 144“68, 174, 177“8, 180;
connectionism and, 55“6, 88;
dimensions in, 88, 89; thought
constructive learning theory and,
experiments of, 85“7, 102, 113,
59; continuity thesis and, 46“8,
146, 151, 154, 206, 211
72“3; embedded/embodied, 89,
Byrne, Richard, 334
165, 178, 184, 187“9, 210, 212;

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