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empiricism and, 15, 54“6, 72; in
canalization, 69, 72
evolutionary psychology, 53“4,
Caporael, Linda R., 334
302“3; explanatory strategies and,
Carey, Susan, 325
66; groups and, 176; higher, 186“7,
Carnap, Rudolph, 83, 316
215, 221, 223, 224; individuals and,
Carpendale, J.I.M., 315
28; infant dependence and, 212;
Carruthers, Peter, 333
internal richness/external
Cartesian duplicates, 252“3, 259
Index 357

traits and, 269, 281, 290, 291; social
minimalism theses and, 56“66,
manifestation thesis and, 282“3;
67“8, 199; locational concepts of,
society-individual relationship in,
locational externalism and, 174“9,
281; in sociology, 273
180, 211; nativism and, 50“4,
collectives, 106, 111. See also collective
56“66, 67“8, 199, 200; primitivist
psychology; group mind hypothesis
account of, 62“5, 66; processes of
Collier, G., 312
awareness and, 186“7, 215, 217,
Collins, A., 321
221, 223, 224; representational
Complete Audio-Visual Environment
systems and, 184“7, 211“2;
(CAVE), 234
scaffolding for, 212, 218; socially
computational theory of mind, 25, 27,
distributed, 58, 175, 176, 291, 299,
52, 95, 113; cognition and, 55, 88,
302“3; social manifestation thesis
144“80; functionalism and, 161;
and, 302“3
individuals in, 5; locational
cognitive anthropology, 13
concepts of, 169“70, 179; Marr
cognitive development, 15, 25, 52, 59,
and, 145, 150“74, 178“9;
212, 224; cultural mediation and,
separatism and, 243; subsymbolic
200“1, 205“6; embeddedness of,
representation and, 148; wide, 113,
212; internal richness/external
minimalism theses and, 59“60; 145, 165“72, 174, 177“8, 179“80,
representation and, 183, 198“206; 301
Comte, August, 36“7, 38
social manifestation thesis and, 301
conceptual analysis, 72“3
cognitive metaphor, 266“7, 288. See
connectionists and connectionism, 16,
also group mind hypothesis
cognitive psychology, 52, 58, 183“4, 27, 47, 55“6, 57, 88, 148, 168, 174,
210
187, 188, 212“13
connection principle, 243
cognitive resources, 210, 212, 221“2,
Connerton, Paul, 196“7
224. See also scaffolding, cultural
consciousness, 25, 41, 192, 214“41;
and environmental
externalism and, 215; group, 290;
cognitive science, 4; computational
higher-order theories of, 217;
theories and, 25, 27, 88, 95, 113,
minimal mindedness and, 293“4;
144“80; content and, 94;
phenomenal states and, 215“16,
continuity thesis and, 45;
225“40, 294; processes of
dispositions in, 126; explanatory
awareness and, 215“25, 294. See
strategies and, 94; externalism in,
also TESEE (temporally extended,
145, 148; individualism in, 9“10,
scaffolded, embodied, embedded)
93“6, 140, 144“50, 241; individuals
constitutivity thesis. See physical
in, 5, 8, 41; nativism in, 14“17,
constitutivity thesis
51“2; representations and, 147“79
constructive learning theory, 59
cognitive science gesture, 144“5, 151,
constructivism, 18, 199
174, 178
content, 90“3, 94, 151; folk
Cole, Michael, 196, 326
psychology and, 91“2, 94, 98,
collective psychology, 267“8, 294, 297;
207; narrow, 90“1, 92“3, 98, 145,
in anthropology, 273; crowds in,
172“4, 229, 230“1; of phenomenal
269“73, 278, 279, 283, 297, 300;
states, 226, 227“31, 253;
decision making and, 297“8;
phenomenology and, 231;
irrationalism and, 272; multilevel
Index
358

Descarte, Ren´ , 23, 33, 46, 220
e
content (cont.)
descriptive theories of reference,
separatism and, 242; in vision
theory, 155“62, 166, 172“4; wide, 82“3, 85, 86“7
desires, 91, 186, 206, 245, 250
92, 135, 137, 173, 253, 254
determination, 103, 104, 118; causal,
context-sensitivity, 289; dispositions
79, 80; dispositions and, 44;
and, 120, 125“8; microphysical
metaphysical, 79“80, 82, 122, 195;
determinism and, 120, 121“4;
microphysical, 120, 121“4;
neural mechanisms and, 118;
representation and, 52;
nonreductive materialism and,
supervenience and, 78, 80; visual
120, 128“30; physicalism and,
experience and
120“30; realism and, 137“9;
developmental biology, 69“71
realization and, 102“3, 107“11, 117,
developmental psychology. See
118“19, 120“43, 211; relational
cognitive development
properties and, 121“4, 136“7;
developmental systems theory, 70“1
smallism and, 121“4
Devitt, Michael, 309
continuity thesis, 45“8, 72“3
Dewey, John, 35
copy theory of mind, 147
dispositional properties, 115, 125“8,
corpuscularianism, 22“3, 33“4, 97,
301
122
dispositions, psychological, 44, 120,
Cosmides, Leda, 20, 53“4, 61, 146“7,
190, 300“1. See also embedded
334
abilities
Cowie, Fiona, 67, 68, 312, 315
divisions of labor: cognitive, 204“5,
Crane, Tim, 309, 318
291; group, 284; social, 86, 89, 204,
Craver, Carl, 319
crowds, 269“73, 278, 283, 297, 300 255, 291
Donald, Merlin, 192, 195, 197, 218,
cultural mediation, 196, 200“1, 205“6
cultural psychology, 287 326
doppelg¨ nger thought experiments, 82,
cultural selection, 305“6 a
Cummins, Robert, 167, 319 155, 156, 227, 229“30, 231. See also
Twin Earth thought experiments
Cushing, James T., 320
Douglas, Mary, 26, 287, 298, 299, 311
Dretske, Fred, 216, 226“32, 237, 238,
Damon, W., 312
Danziger, Kurt, 40, 43, 44 239, 240, 245, 255, 322
dualists and dualism, 48, 94
Darwin, Charles, 6, 53
DuBois-Reymond, Emil, 32
Davidson, Donald, 89, 320, 333
Dupoux, Emmanuel, 314
Davies, Martin, 256
Durkheim, Emile, 13, 38, 39, 267,
Dawkins, Richard, 6, 11
decision making, 98, 206, 286, 295“6, 270, 273, 287, 299
dynamic cycles of perception/action
297“8, 304“5
theory, 235“8
decomposition, 65, 114, 148, 208;
dynamic systems theory, 27, 210
analytical, 32, 95; constitutive,
127, 143, 179; entity-bounded
Ebbinghaus, Hermann, 30, 45, 189
realization and, 127; functionalism
Ebbs, Gary, 316, 321
and, 112; homuncular, 111;
ecology, 69, 71“2, 114, 266, 268,
psychological states and, 105
Dennett, Daniel, 89, 319, 329, 333 274“5
Index 359

synthesis as, 32, 112“13, 114, 116,
economics, 5, 13, 28, 116
Edelman, Gerald, 314 121, 127, 143, 179, 211;
introspection, 27, 34“5, 37, 38,
Egan, Frances, 155, 158“62, 163, 164,
40“1, 140, 245, 251, 261; pragmatic
168, 309, 318, 328
separatism as, 243; Ramsey-Lewis
E-language, 146
sentences as, 140“1; taxonomies,
elusive I problem, 218
embedded abilities, 44. See also 10, 13, 17, 81“2, 96“8, 166
externalism, 10, 25“6, 69, 130,
dispositions, psychological
212“13; in cognitive psychology,
embeddedness, 307; cognition and,
188, 212“13; in cognitive science,
89, 165, 178, 184, 187“9, 210, 212;
145, 148; consciousness and, 215;
of processes of awareness, 220, 221;
determination and, 79“82; folk
representation and, 148; of tactile
psychology and, 25, 208, 224;
experience, 234; of visual
global, 216, 225, 237, 239, 240“1;
experience, 249
individualism and, 77“9;
embodiment, 184, 210; of processes of
locational, 174“9, 180, 191“2, 211,
awareness, 220, 221; representation
217, 223, 236, 241; memory and,
and, 148; in tactile experience,
189“98, 224; normativity and,
234; of visual experience, 249
89“90; phenomenology of mental
Emerson, Alfred, 284
states and, 88; physical,
empiricists and empiricism, 15, 33“4,
physicalism and, 99, 128;
45“8, 54“6, 57“8, 72, 83, 225
realization and, 107; social, 86“7;
encoding, 147“50, 169, 183, 188,
social manifestation thesis and,
222
301; taxonomy and, 81“2, 98,
environment, 89, 115, 117, 147, 167,
174“80; vision theory and, 154“5,
176, 282, 300; causal
determination and, 79; child 157“8, 160, 178. See also
individualism
development and, 198, 201;
external memory ¬elds, 192
memory and, 192“5; reactive
external minimalism thesis, 46, 47;
representational systems and,
behaviorism and, 57; biological
185
sciences and, 69“72; cognition
epiphobia, 104
and, 56“66, 67“8, 199; cognitive
ethologists, 20, 58, 279
development and, 59“60;
eugenics movement, 42
connectionism and, 57; empiricism
Evans, Howard, 332
and, 57“8, 72; nativism and, 56“66,
Evans, Mary, 332
199; neurosciences and, 59;
evil demon hypothesis, 220
statement of, 15“22, 56
evolutionary biology, 5, 11“12, 26, 96,
295. See also natural selection
false belief task performance, 60
evolutionary psychology, 53“4, 57,
Fechner, Gustav, 31
266, 302“3

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