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interpretationism, 20“1
of, 200“1, 212, 219; memory and,
intrinsic properties, 13, 22, 24, 78,
192; natural kinds and, 84“5, 86,
80“2, 96“7, 113, 115, 122“4, 125,
173; social aspects of, 86“8
126, 129, 136“7, 172, 204, 211
language of thought hypothesis, 52,
introspection: as explanatory strategy,
147, 150
27, 34“5, 37, 38, 40“1, 140, 245,
latent learning, 55
251, 261; as process of awareness,
Laurence, Steve, 52, 57
215, 217, 221, 223, 294
learning, 15, 28, 47, 55, 57, 198, 300;
Inverted Earth thought experiments,
associative, 55; latent, 55; skill,
237, 240
irrationalism, 272 55
Index 363

McClelland, James, 56
Le Bon, Gustav, 270“3, 282“3, 294
McCulloch, Greg, 327, 330
LeDoux, Joseph, 321
McDougall, William, 38, 267, 273,
left-right inversion prism experiments,
274, 280“1, 294“5
236“8
McDowell, John, 90
Leibniz, Gottfried, 46
McEwan, Ian, 208
Leslie, Alan, 59, 65, 326
McGinn, Colin, 255“6, 318
Levine, Joseph, 214
McKitrick, Jennifer, 126
Lewis, C., 315
McPhail, Clark, 283, 331
Lewis, David, 87, 104, 124, 310, 320,
Mead, George Herbert, 36
321, 327, 328
mechanical philosophy. See
Lewontin, Richard, 18, 70, 71
corpuscularianism
Lindzey, G., 312, 331
medical sciences, 28
Little, Daniel, 310
Mele, Alfred, 327
Loar, Brian, 324; global internalism
Meltzoff, Andrew, 61
and, 240; methodology of, 248“9;
memory, 25, 28, 189“98, 224, 232;
phenomenal intentionality and,
collective, 197; correspondence
244, 251, 252, 253“4, 255, 256,
metaphor of, 190“1; cultural
257, 258, 260, 261
mediation and, 196, 201;
Locke, John, 23, 45, 46, 47“8, 190,
embeddedness of, 212; enactive
191
model of, 191“2; environment and,
locus of control, 185, 197“8, 289;
300; representation and, 183, 187;
external, 185, 209; internal, 186,
semantic, 192; social, 196“7; social
187“8, 209
manifestation thesis and, 301;
logical positivism, 28, 34, 98, 298
storehouse model of, 190, 191;
Lolita (Nabokov), 208
symbols and, 212
Lorenz, Konrad, 279
mental states, 10, 13, 25, 82, 101;
Lotka-Volterra equations, 114
causation and, 94; computer
Ludlow, Peter, 317
metaphors and, 95; localizations
Luria, Alexander, 200
and, 166; methodological solipsism
Lutz, Donna, 204, 326
and, 77, 81“2; normativity and,
Lycan, William, 216, 227, 240, 245,
89“90; phenomenology of, 88;
309, 319
physical constitutivity thesis and,
107; supervenience theories and,
Machiavelli, Niccol` 272
o,
78; taxonomies of, 166. See also
Machiavellian hypothesis, 302
psychological states
MacKay, Charles, 331
mental unity, law of, 271, 283
MacKay, Donald, 328
Merrill, David, 322, 324, 329
Mansbridge, J.J., 334
metaphysical determination, 79“80,
Marcus, Gary, 314
Margendie, Fran¸ ois, 32
c 82, 122, 195
metaphysical suf¬ciency thesis, 102“4,
Margolis, Eric, 52, 57
Marr, David, 145, 150“74, 178“9 107“11, 113, 117“18, 128, 129, 131,
134, 135, 137. See also physical
Marx, Karl, 13
constitutivity thesis
materialism, 120, 128“30, 225. See also
metarepresentations, 187“8, 208, 224
physicalism
methodological solipsism, 10, 17, 77,
Matthews, Robert, 155
McClamrock, Ron, 311, 327 81“2, 144
Index
364

and, 23“4; social manifestation
methodologies. See explanatory
thesis and, 300; in social sciences,
strategies
microphysical determination, 120, 19“22
natural kinds, 84“5, 86, 173
121“4
natural selection: altruism and, 6“7,
microphysicalism, relational, 124
276, 277, 303; ¬tness and, 115, 126,
Mill, John Stuart, 320
141; group mind hypothesis and,
Miller, George, 184
266, 277“8, 286, 303“6; individuals
Millikan, Ruth Garrett, 322
in, 6“7, 11“12; sel¬sh genes and, 6,
Milner, David, 233
266“7, 302; social manifestation
mimetic skills, 187
thesis and, 302“6; superorganism
mind-world constancy, 113, 164
tradition and, 277“8
Mirror Earth thought experiments,
Nebergall, W. H., 320
237“8
Neisser, Ulric, 189, 191
Mishkin, Mortimer, 328
neo-behaviorism. See behaviorists and
Mitchell, P., 314
behaviorism
Mitman, Gregg, 331
neural correlates, 100, 118
modularity, 5, 52“3, 57, 58, 59, 60,
neural mechanisms, 100, 118
199, 204, 302, 305; ToMM and, 65,
neuronal selection theory, 59
206; vertical and horizontal, 235“6;
neurophysiology, 29
in vision theory, 153, 161, 171
neurosciences, 59, 88, 100, 118, 214
Morgan, C. Lloyd, 279
Newell, Alan, 323
Moss, Lenny, 316
Newton, Isaac, 22

uller, Johannes, 32
nociceptive system. See pain
multiagent systems. See group mind
No¨ , Alva, 216, 233, 236, 249, 328
e
hypothesis
Norman, Donald, 326
multiple spatial channels theory,
normativity, 45, 89“90
169
Nucci, Larry, 326
Murphy, Greg, 314
Nye, Robert, 331
Mussolini, Benito, 273
Myth of the Given, 89
Olson, David, 326
O™Regan, J. Kevin, 216, 233, 236, 249
Nabokov, Vladimir, 208
Owens, Joseph, 318
Nagel, Thomas, 214
Oyama, Susan, 70
narrow function theory, 260
nativism, 25; in anthropology, 19“22;
pain, 107“9, 132, 138, 140, 141, 238,
in behavioral ecology, 69; in
242, 289; consciousness and, 215;
biological sciences, 17“19, 68“72;
inseparability thesis and, 244; as
cognition and, 50“4, 56“66, 67“8,
phenomenal state, 215, 216,
199, 200; in cognitive science,
225“6, 227“30, 294; TESEE and,
14“17, 51“2; conceptual analysis
and, 72“3; continuity thesis and, 240
Palmer, Stephen, 322
45“8, 72“3; empiricism and, 54“6,
Park, Thomas, 275
72; heritability and, 69;
particularism, 122“4
individualism and, 17, 18, 21“2;
Pepperberg, Irene, 195
internal richness/external
perceptual physiology, 31
minimalism theses and, 56“66,
perceptual psychology, 52
199; lineage of, 51“4; smallism
Index 365

Pinker, Steven, 20, 56, 314
perceptual systems, 15, 54, 55, 113,
plant communities, 26, 274“5, 283“4
164, 169, 232, 235“8; multiple
Plato, 45
spatial channels theory and, 169
Poggio, Tomas, 151
Perner, Joseph, 60, 67
Poland, Jeffrey, 319
Peterson, Candida, 60
Polger, Thomas, 319, 323
PET (positron emission tomography),
Popper, Karl, 13, 53, 310
189
population ecology, 114
Pettit, Philip, 89, 230
Port, Robert, 322
phenomenal intentionality thesis,
positron-emission tomography (PET),
244, 252“60
phenomenal states, 215“6, 225“40, 28
predator-prey systems, 114“15
294; bodily sensations as, 215,
primary qualities, 23
225“6, 227, 230, 238, 242; content
primitivism, 62“5, 66
and, 226, 227“31, 253;
Prince, The (Machiavelli), 272
individualism and, 225“6;
Prins, Herbert, 287
inseparability thesis and, 244“52,
Prinz, W., 328
258“9, 260; pain as, 215, 225“6,
Prior, Elizabeth, 320
227“30, 238, 242; separatism and,
problem solving, 58, 193“5
242“3, 246; TESEE and, 225,
processes of awareness. See awareness,
232“40; visual experience as, 215,
processes of
216, 225, 226, 232“5, 238
properties: dispositional, 115, 125“8,
phenomenology, 231; intentionality
301; historical, 98; intrinsic, 13, 22,
and, 25“6, 88, 240, 252“60. See also
inseparability thesis 24, 78, 80“2, 96“7, 113, 115, 122“4,
philosophy, 30, 31“6, 39, 101“2, 118 125, 126, 129, 136“7, 172, 204, 211;
relational, 24, 97, 98, 114, 121“4,
phrenologists, 32
physical constitutivity thesis, 104“7, 125, 127“8, 130, 136“7;
subvenient, 80“1
111“14, 116, 117“18, 121, 128,
psychiatry, 28
133“4, 135, 137; physicalism, 128;
psychological primitives, 62
token-token identity theory and,
psychological states: computational
128; total realization and, 130.
theories of, 167“8; decomposition
See also metaphysical suf¬ciency

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