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and, 105; methodological solipsism
thesis
and, 10, 77. See also mental states
physicalism, 48, 101, 118, 125, 144;
psychology, 27“30; collective
conceivability of zombies and, 257;
psychology tradition and, 273;
context-sensitivity and, 120“30;
computational, 161“2;
externalism and, 99, 128;
departments of, 27“8; disciplining
individualism and, 81, 93“4;
of, 8, 30“1; explanatory strategies
realization and, 103, 104, 107,
of, 28, 34“5, 36, 40“1;
120“30; supervenience thesis and,
individualism in, 9“11, 28“9, 41,
122. See also materialism
49, 77, 211; individuals and, 28“9,
physics, 124
39, 48“9; philosophy and, 31“6,
physiology, 31“4, 36, 37, 39
39; physiology and, 31“6, 39;
Piaget, Jean, 199
psychophysics and, 29, 31;
picture theory of mind. See copy
realization and, 100, 118; social
theory of mind
sciences and, 28“30, 36“40
Pierce, Charles Sanders, 35
Index
366

psychophysics, 29, 31 112“16, 117“18, 127“8, 130,
psychosemantics, 150 139“42, 165, 167, 206, 208;
reasoning experiments, 53
Putnam, Hilary, 101, 144; divisions of
reductionism, 22, 102, 280
labor and, 89; externalism of, 78,
Reed, Edward S., 311, 324
86“7, 204, 254; intentionality and,
reference, theories of, 82“3, 85, 86“7
244; natural kinds and, 82, 83“5;
re¬‚exes, 186
thought experiments of, 90“3, 102,
relational microphysicalism, 124
113, 146, 206, 211
relational properties, 24, 97, 98, 114,
Pylyshyn, Zenon, 323
121“4, 125, 127“8, 130, 136“7
religion, 3“4, 288, 296“7
Quartz, Steve, 59
Rensink, R.A., 328
Quetelet, Adolphe, 42
representation, 92, 145“6, 147“79,
210; cognitive psychology and,
radical interactionism, 71
183“4, 198“206; collective, 39,
Ramberg, Bjorn, 329
273; connectionism and, 148, 210;
Ramsey-Lewis method, 140“1
determination and, 52; distributed,
rational choice theory, 13, 28
148; enactive systems of, 185, 186,
rationalists and rationalism, 33, 45“8,
188“9; encoding and, 147“50, 169,
72
183, 188, 222; exploitative, 145,
rational morphology, 70
realism, 121, 132, 137“9 162“72, 176“7, 178, 183“4, 209,
210, 222, 223; folk psychology and,
realization, 25, 32, 95, 97, 100“19;
91, 183, 208“9; intentionality of,
background conditions and,
157, 162; memory and, 183, 187;
109“11, 116, 121, 130“3; in
metarepresentations and, 187“8,
biological sciences, 106, 114“16;
208, 224; phenomenal state
compositional view of, 128“9;
theories of, 226, 245; primitive,
context-sensitive, 102“3, 107“11,
154, 155, 157, 174; reactive systems
117, 118“19, 120“43, 211, 289; core,
of, 185, 186, 188; subsymbolic
107“11, 118, 126, 128, 130, 131,
computation and, 148; symbolic
137“8, 289; dispositions and, 120,
systems of, 186, 187, 188, 211“12,
125“8; entity-bounded, 112, 117,
121, 127, 140“1; folk psychological 218“19
research strategies. See explanatory
states and, 114, 206; individualism
strategies
and, 102, 105“6, 117; metaphysical
Richards, Whitman, 322
suf¬ciency and, 102“4, 107“11,
Richerson, Peter, 334
113, 117“18, 128, 129, 131, 134,
Riggs, K.J., 314
135, 137; in neuroscience, 100,
rigidity assumption, 163
118; in philosophy, 101“2, 118;
robotics, 177
physical constitutivity thesis and,
Roediger, H.L., 325
104“7, 111“14, 116, 117“18, 121,
Rogan, Michael, 321
128, 130, 133“4, 135, 137; in
Ross, Edward A., 37“8
psychology, 100, 118; social
Rossi, Pasquale, 270
manifestation thesis and, 301; in
Rowlands, Mark, 171, 192, 197, 311,
social sciences, 106, 116; standard
view of, 102, 103“7, 117“18, 130“7, 323
Rozenblit, Leonid, 202“3,
145, 289; total, 108“11, 112, 128,
130, 131, 137“9, 166, 208; wide, 326
Index 367

skepticism, 46, 225
rule-following, 89
skill learning, 55
Rumelhart, David, 56, 322
Skinner, B.F., 54
Runeson, Sverker, 323
smallism, 22“4, 34, 212, 310; context
Rush Hour game, 193“5
sensitivity and, 121“4, 129; folk
Russell, Bertrand, 82
psychology and, 208; realization
and, 105“7, 121“4, 129; relational
Sady, W., 333
properties and, 24; taxonomy and,
Salmon, Nathan, 317
Samuels, Richard, 60, 62“5, 66 97
Smith, Quentin, 327, 329
Sanders, A.F., 328
Smith, Roger, 8, 312
Savage-Rumbaugh, Sue, 195
Smolensky, Paul, 322
scaffolding, cultural and
Sober, Elliott, 11, 305, 309, 334
environmental, 217, 218“19, 221.
social actions, 131, 139, 141, 299
See also cognitive resources
social cognition, 36
Schank, Roger, 317
social interactions, 201, 212, 219
schema theory, 13, 28
sociality and asociality, 41, 88, 89, 266,
Schiller, J., 311
Schopenhauer, Arthur, 35 275“8, 302
social manifestation thesis, 281, 291,
Searle, John, 214, 243, 322, 329
Seeley, David, 287 292, 296, 297, 298, 299“302;
cognition and, 302“3; cognitive
Segal, Gabriel, 155“8, 163, 172, 173,
development and, 301; externalism
317, 324, 330
and, 301; folk psychology and, 301;
Sejnowski, Terry, 59
group mind hypothesis and,
sel¬sh gene, 6, 266“7, 302
self-knowledge, 215, 216, 294 280“5, 291, 292, 296, 297, 298,
303“4; group selection and, 302“6;
self-observation. See introspection
individualism and, 300“1;
Sellars, Wilfrid, 89
integrative synthesis and, 301;
sensorimotor contingency theory, 216,
memory and, 301; nativism and,
233“5, 236, 238
300; realization and, 301. See also
sensory experiences. See phenomenal
group mind hypothesis
states
social psychology, 26, 29, 36“8, 40
sensory systems, 15, 54, 55
social sciences, 4“7, 8, 38; collective
separatism, 242“3, 246
psychology tradition and, 273, 274;
Shapiro, Lawrence, 161, 163, 319,
disciplinization of, 8; dispositions
323
in, 126; group mind hypothesis
Shelford, V.E., 284, 332
and, 26, 266, 267, 287“8, 298“9;
Shoemaker, Sydney, 104, 107“8,
individualism in, 12“14; nativism
239“40, 319, 329
in, 19“22; psychology and, 28“30,
Shore, Bradd, 312“13, 325
36“40; realization and, 106, 116
Shweder, Richard, 287
sociobiology, 22
Sidelle, Alan, 317
sociology, 26, 36“40, 273, 287
Sighele, Scipio, 270
spatiality, 3, 123; multiple spatial
Silvers, Stuart, 318
channels theory and, 169;
Simpson, J., 311, 333, 334
processes of awareness and, 218; of
simulationists, 60
tactile experience, 234, 235; of
single-cell recording, 28
visual experience, 169, 170
situated cognition. See embeddedness
Index
368

217“18, 220, 221“2; of tactile
species, 7, 11, 96, 114, 275, 286
experience, 234; in vision theory,
Spelke, Elizabeth, 312, 315, 325
Spencer, Herbert, 53, 280 153, 157, 158, 161, 170, 171
TESEE (temporally extended,
Sperber, Dan, 320, 326, 334
scaffolded, embodied, embedded),
Spinoza, Benedict, 46
25, 215“16; global externalism and,
Stalnaker, Robert, 77
240“1; phenomenal states and,
Sterelny, Kim, 322
225, 232“40; processes of
Stich, Stephen, 61, 94, 144, 145, 317
awareness and, 217, 220, 223, 225,
Strawson, Galen, 242“61
232; sensory experiences and, 235
Stryker, Sheldon, 312
theory of mind module (ToMM), 65,
subjectivity, 121, 141“3
subvenience theses, 80, 104 206
theory-theorists, 60
subvenient properties, 80“1
Thompson, Evan, 328
suf¬ciency thesis. See metaphysical
thought collective (Denkkollektiv), 26,
suf¬ciency thesis
suggestions and suggestibility, 38“9, 287, 298“9
thought experiments, 102, 146, 151,
272
206, 211, 239“40; brain-in-a-vat,
superorganism tradition; “Chicago
school” and, 26, 266, 268“9, 220, 253, 256“8, 259; doppelg¨ ngers
a
in, 155, 156, 229“30, 231;
274“80, 284, 297; group-only traits
inseparability thesis and, 248“50;
and, 269, 279, 281, 283, 290, 292;
Inverted Earth, 237, 240; Mirror
social insects and, 26, 266, 268,
Earth, 237“8; Twin Earth, 82, 83“4,
274, 275“7, 278, 283, 284; social
manifestation thesis and, 283“4 90“3, 113, 172“3, 228, 252, 257
Tienson, John: inseparability thesis
supervenience theses, 10, 13, 24, 77,
and, 244, 245, 246, 250“1, 260,
78, 80, 82, 93“4, 96“7, 100, 102,
261; methodology of, 248, 252“3;
104, 118; causation and, 136“7;
phenomenal intentionality and,
determination and, 78;
explanation and, 204; physicalism 252“3, 255, 257, 258“9, 260;
separatism and, 242
and, 122; realization and, 105;
Tinbergen, Nikko, 279
regional, 133“4, 135, 137

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