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¬tness, 115, 126, 141
explanations, development of, 202“5
Flanagan, Owen, 214, 310
explanatory strategies: decomposition
Fleck, Ludwig, 26, 287, 298“9,
and, 95, 105, 111, 112, 114, 127,
143, 179, 208; imaginative 311
fMRI (functional magnetic resonance
evocation as, 248, 252, 259;
imaging), 189
inexpressibility of, 173; integrative
Index
360

Gelman, Susan, 61, 313, 314
Fodor, Jerry, 52“3, 94, 96, 97, 144,
generative entrenchment, 69, 72
145, 150, 260, 309, 312, 319, 324,
genes, 6“7, 11“12, 18, 106
327; epiphobia and, 104; internal
genetics, 11, 28
richness/external minimalism
geology, 96
theses and, 16, 57; methodological
Gestalt psychology, 27
solipsism and, 10
Gibson, James J., 171, 176
folk psychological systems, 113, 126,
Giere, Ronald, 333
143
Gillett, Carl, 319
folk psychology, 42, 85, 206“10, 212,
Glenberg, Arthur, 210
232; bare-bones, 206“8, 211;
global externalism, 216, 225, 237, 239,
cognitive science and, 94;
embeddedness of, 212; externalism 240“1
Godfrey-Smith, Peter, 315
and, 25, 208, 224; full-blown, 207,
Goffman, Irving, 36
290; functionalism and, 161;
Goldsmith, Morris, 190
individualism and, 94;
Goodale, Mel, 233
intentionality and, 91“2;
Goodwin, Brian, 70, 316
narrow/wide content and, 91“2,
Gopnik, Alison, 60, 61, 67
94, 98, 207; normativity and, 89;
Gould, Stephen Jay, 309
representations and, 91, 183,
Granrud, C., 325
208“9; scaffolding and, 219;
Gray, Russell, 70
smallism and, 208; social
Green¬eld, Patricia, 326
manifestation thesis and, 301;
Grice, Paul, 87
taxonomy and, 98; wide
Grif¬ths, Paul, 69, 316, 334
realizations and, 114, 206
Grimm, Robert, 317, 322, 324, 329
Foucault, Michel, 25, 30
group mind hypothesis: in
Fournial, Henry, 270
anthropology, 266; in biological
fragile sciences, as terminology, 4,
sciences, 26, 286“7, 298; collective
8“9
psychology tradition and, 267“74,
Frege, Gottlieb, 82, 83
278, 279, 297; in cultural
French, Peter, 322
psychology, 287; decision making
Fricker, Elizabeth, 256, 330
and, 286, 295“6, 297“8, 304“5; in
functional analysis, 105
evolutionary biology, group-only
functionalism, 92, 93, 94“5, 101, 144;
traits and, 269, 279, 281, 283, 290,
computational theories and, 161;
292; mindedness and, multilevel
decomposition and, 112;
traits and, 269, 281, 290, 291;
homuncular, 111, 112, 129“30;
natural selection theory and, 266,
physical constitutivity thesis and,
277“8, 286, 303“6; religion and,
105, 111
288, 296“7; social manifestation
and, 280“5, 291, 292, 296, 297,
Galegher, J., 333
298, 303“4; in social sciences, 26,
Galileo, 23
266, 267, 287“8; statement of, 267;
Galton, Francis, 41“4
superorganism tradition and,
Galtonian paradigm, 42, 44
268“9, 274“80, 297. See also social
Garber, Daniel, 310
manifestation thesis
Gar¬eld, Jay, 60, 313
groups, 11“12, 26; cognition and, 176;
Gassendi, Pierre, 23
as individuals, 8, 266“7; minimal
Geertz, Clifford, 20“1
Index 361

Hurley, Susan, 184, 216, 235“8, 240,
mindedness and, 290“4; selection
and, 277“8, 286, 295“6, 302“6; 249
Hutchins, Ed, 58, 113, 175“6, 178,
sociology and, 37, 287
groupthink, 298 179, 327, 333
Grush, Rick, 210, 322
identity, personal, 3“4
Gunther, York, 327
I-language, 146
Guttenplan, Samuel, 319, 328
imaginative evocation, 248, 252, 259
individualism, 9“14, 25, 77“99;
Hahn, Martin, 329
alternative, 136“7; in biological
Hardcastle, V., 310, 315
sciences, 11“12; causation and, 94,
Harman, Gilbert, 245, 248
96“8; cognitive psychology and,
Harr´ , Rom, 312, 326
e
187; in cognitive science, 9“10,
Hat¬eld, Gary, 311, 313
Haugeland, John, 90, 322, 327 93“6, 140, 144“50, 241;
determination and, 79“82; in
Heil, John, 318, 327
evolutionary biology, 11“12;
Heller, M.A., 321
explanatory strategies and, 10“14;
Helmholtz, Hermann von, 31, 32
externalism and, 77“9; folk
Hering, Eward, 31
psychology and, 94; functionalism
heritability of traits, 42“3, 44, 69. See
and, 93, 94“5; nativism and, 17, 18,
also dispositions, psychological
21“2; phenomenal intentionality
higher-order theories of
thesis and, 255“60; phenomenal
consciousness (HOT), 217
states and, 225“6; physicalism and,
Hildreth, Ellen, 151
81, 93“4; in psychology, 9“11, 28“9,
Hinton, Geoff, 322
41, 49, 77, 211; smallism and, 23“4;
Hirschfeld, Lawrence, 61, 313, 314,
social aspects of, 87“90; social
325
manifestation thesis and, 300“1; in
historical properties, 98
social sciences, 12“14; taxonomy
Hitler, Adolph, 273
and, 81“2, 96“8; wide content and,
Hobbes, Thomas, 23
135, 137. See also externalism
Hobson, Peter, 60
individuals, 3, 24“5, 31, 212“13, 265,
holism, 293
289“90; in anthropology, 5; in
Holyoak, Keith, 334
cognitive science, 5, 8; crowds and,
Horgan, Terence: global internalism
270“1, 273, 283, 300; disciplining
and, 240; inseparability thesis and,
of, 30; in economics, 5; in
244, 245, 246, 250“1, 260, 261;
evolutionary biology, 5; groups as,
methodology of, 248, 252“3;
8, 266“7; human agents as, 4“6, 7,
phenomenal intentionality and,
8; memory and, 198; natural
252“3, 255, 257, 258“9, 260;
selection and, 6“7, 11“12; other
separatism and, 242;
entities as, 7“8; in philosophy, 39;
supervenience and, 102, 133“4,
in physiology, 39; in psychology,
135, 137
28“9, 39, 40“4, 48“9; in sociology,
horizontal modules, 236
39; subjectivity and, 121, 141“3
Horst, Steven, 322
informational semantics, 150
human agents. See individuals
Ingle, D.J., 328
human sciences, 8“9
inner perception. See introspection
human sciences, as terminology, 8“9
Innocent, The (McEwan), 208
Hume, David, 45, 46, 218
Index
362

Jablonka, Eva, 70
insects, social, 26, 266, 268, 274,
Jackendoff, Ray, 145“6, 314
275“7, 278, 283, 284
Jackson, Frank, 214, 230
inseparability thesis, 244“52, 258“9,
James, William, 28, 31, 33, 35“6
260; grain of determinateness and,
Janis, Irving, 298
245“8, 259; modal intensity and,
Jeannerod, Marc, 321
245, 248“50, 259; quanti¬cational
Johnson, Mark, 210
range and, 245, 250“1, 258“9
Jokic, Aleksandar, 327, 329
integrative cognitive networks, 296,
297
Kant, Immanuel, 35
integrative synthesis, 32, 112“13, 114,
Kanzi, 195
116, 143, 179, 211; social
Karmiloff-Smith, Annette, 58
manifestation thesis and, 301; wide
Kasher, Asa, 321
realization and, 121, 127
Keil, Frank, 61, 67“8, 202“3, 204, 205,
intentionality, 89, 90“2, 240;
inseparability thesis and, 244“52, 312, 315, 322, 323, 325, 326
Keller, Evelyn Fox, 316
258“9, 260; meaning and, 87; of
Kendrick, D., 311, 333, 334
memory, 191; of mental states, 88,
Khalidi, Muhammad Ali, 60“2, 313
226; phenomenal intentionality
Kim, Jaegwon, 101, 104, 105, 118, 129,
thesis and, 244, 252“60;
phenomenology and, 25“6, 88, 310, 319
Kimble, G.A., 311
252“60; of representation, 157,
Klatzky, Roberta, 321
162; separatism and, 242“3, 246;
Kohler, I., 236
wide, 94. See also inseparability
Koriat, Asher, 190
thesis
Krajewski, W., 333
interactionism, 18; radical, 71;
Kripke, Saul, 83
symbolic, 36
Kuhn, Thomas, 298“9, 333
internal richness thesis, 46, 47, 48;
Kunda, Ziva, 312
behaviorism and, 57; biological
Kuper, Adam, 19
sciences and, 69“72; cognition
and, 56“66, 67“8, 199; cognitive
Lakoff, George, 210
development and, 59“60;
Lamb, Marion, 70
connectionism and, 57; empiricism
Landau, Barbara, 61
and, 57“8, 72; evolutionary
language, 146; acquisition of, 15, 16,
psychology and, 57; nativism and,
20, 28, 51“2, 56, 60, 67, 68; content
56“66, 199; neurosciences and, 59;
and, 92“3; meaning and, 82“7;
statement of, 15“22, 56
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