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Fri Mar 21 17:04:24 2014 UTClccn-n780794740.37Collected papers0.570.92Attributions of inferential error, epistemic virtues, and models of minimal rationality109379586Stephen_Stichn 78079474214808Stich, Stephen.Stich, Stephen, 1943-Stich, Stephen P.スティッチ, スティーヴン・Plccn-n85282325Carruthers, Peter1952-edtlccn-n97117992Laurence, Stephenedtlccn-n82126351Siegal, Michaeledtlccn-n78079473Jackson, David Archer1942-lccn-n93080104Warfield, Ted A.1969-edtlccn-n2003107311Nichols, Shaunlccn-n85220013Rumelhart, David E.edtlccn-n91045649Ramsey, William M.1960-edtlccn-n98097204Margolis, Eric1968-crelccn-n2011017394Samuels, Richard(Richard Ian)creStich, Stephen P.Philosophy of mindCognitive sciencePsychology and philosophyConnectionismMental representationBelief and doubtCognitionPsychology--PhilosophyNativism (Psychology)Science--PhilosophyScience--Psychological aspectsLanguage and languages--PhilosophyRecombinant DNA--Social aspectsPsycholinguisticsInnateness hypothesis (Linguistics)Knowledge, Theory ofHuman information processingPhilosophy and cognitive scienceMathematics--PhilosophyPhilosophyPsychologyLanguage and cultureStich, Stephen PReasonEthicsMind and bodyOther minds (Theory of knowledge)TelepathyThought and thinkingCognition and cultureBenacerraf, PaulPhilosophy, ModernCherniak, ChristopherTruthReasoningDesire (Philosophy)IntellectError1943196819751978197919831985198619891990199119931994199519961997199819992000200220032004200520062007200820092011201220131088749360128.2BD418.3ocn470102019ocn301528833ocn470696600ocn301036759ocn462943900ocn180513340ocn799527379ocn815546927ocn802740311ocn639141960ocn813917761152028ocn045844243book19830.50Stich, Stephen PFrom folk psychology to cognitive science the case against belief+-+3745417175324145032ocn045733207file19900.39Stich, Stephen PDeconstructing the mindDuring the past two decades, debates over the viability of commonsense psychology have occupied center stage in both cognitive science and the philosophy of mind. A group of prominent philosophers known as eliminativists argue that advances in cognitive science and neuroscience will ultimately justify a rejection of our folk theory of mind because it gives a radically mistaken account of mental life. InDeconstructing the Mind, distinguished philosopher Stephen Stich, once a leading advocate of eliminativism, offers a bold and compelling reassessment of this view. The book opens with a groundbreaking multi-part essay in which Stich maintains that even if the sciences develop in the ways that eliminativists foresee, none of the arguments for ontological elimination are tenable. Succeeding essays explore folk psychology in more detail, develop a systematic critique of simulation theory, and counter widespread concern about naturalizing psychological properties+-+6111760465123015ocn056208380file20020.53Carruthers, PeterThe cognitive basis of scienceThe volume will be of great importance to all researchers and students interested in the philosophy or psychology of scientific reasoning, as well as those, more generally, who are interested in the nature of the human mind."--BOOK JACKET+-+42266567058736ocn004493533book19790.56The Recombinant DNA debate80434ocn056014585book20050.63Carruthers, PeterThe innate mindThe Innate Mind concerns the fundamental architecture of the mind, addressing such questions as: What capacities, processes, representations, biases, and connections are innate? How do these innate elements feed into a story about the development of our mature cognitive capacities, and which of them are shared with other members of the animal kingdom? The editors have provided an introduction giving some of the background to debates about innateness and introducing each of the subsequent essays, as well as a consolidated bibliography. --From publisher's description+-+12142604657338ocn001433015book19750.59Stich, Stephen PInnate ideas63619ocn020296130book19900.63Stich, Stephen PThe fragmentation of reason : preface to a pragmatic theory of cognitive evaluation+-+984746717532455624ocn212407295file20070.39Carruthers, PeterThe innate mindConcerned with the fundamental architecture of the mind, this text addresses questions about the existence & extent of human innate abilities, how these inate abilities affect the development of the mature mind, & which of them is shared with other species+-+583788046553323ocn049823223book20020.70Stich, Stephen PThe Blackwell guide to philosophy of mindComprising a series of specially commissioned chapters by leading scholars, this comprehensive volume presents an up-to-date survey of the central themes in the philosophy of mind. It leads the reader through a broad range of topics, including Artificial Intelligence, Consciousness, Dualism, Emotions, Folk Psychology, Free Will, Individualism, Personal Identity and The Mind-Body Problem. Provides a state of the art overview of philosophy of mind. Contains 16 newly-commissioned articles, all of which are written by internationally distinguished scholars. Each chapter reviews a central issue, ex+-+902267681543618ocn052485349book20030.79Nichols, ShaunMindreading : an integrated account of pretence, self-awareness, and understanding other minds"Nichols and Stich develop and defend a new account of the psychological mechanisms underlying mindreading. They maintain that it is, as common sense would suggest, vital to distinguish between reading others' minds and reading one's own. In reading other minds, the imagination plays a central role. As a result, the authors begin with an explicit and systematic account of pretence and imagination which proposes that pretence representations are contained in a separate mental workspace, the 'Possible World Box', which is part of the basic architecture of the human mind." "This account provides a valuable framework for future work on mindreading and has broad implications for philosophical debates that have surrounded the issue for the last quarter century."--BOOK JACKET+-+25618734653539ocn023868900book19910.76Ramsey, BillPhilosophy and connectionist theoryThe philosophy of cognitive science has recently become one of the most exciting and fastest growing domains of philosophical inquiry and analysis. Until the early 1980s, nearly all of the models developed treated cognitive processes -- like problem solving, language comprehension, memory, and higher visual processing -- as rule-governed symbol manipulation. However, this situation has changed dramatically over the last half dozen years. In that period there has been an enormous shift of attention toward connectionist models of cognition that are inspired by the network-like architecture of th31816ocn028800123book19900.70Mental representation : a reader+-+722913200628812ocn707886962book20120.76The Oxford handbook of philosophy of cognitive science"The philosophy of cognitive science is concerned with fundamental philosophical and theoretical questions connected to the sciences of the mind. How does the brain give rise to conscious experience? Does speaking a language change how we think? Is a genuinely intelligent computer possible? What features of the mind are innate? Advances in cognitive science have given philosophers important tools for addressing these sorts of questions; and cognitive scientists have, in turn, found themselves drawing upon insights from philosophy-insights that have often taken their research in novel directions. The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Cognitive Science brings together twenty-one newly commissioned chapters by leading researchers in this rich and fast-growing area of philosophy. It is an indispensible resource for anyone who seeks to understand the implications of cognitive science for philosophy, and the role of philosophy within cognitive science."--Publisher's website2623ocn748669810file20110.37Stich, Stephen PCollected papersThis volume collects the best and most influential essays that Stephen Stich has published in the last 40 years on topics in the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of language. They discuss a wide range of topics including grammar, innateness, reference, folk psychology, eliminativism, connectionism, evolutionary psychology, simulation theory, social construction, and psychopathology. However, they are unified by two central concerns. The first is the viability of the commonsense conception of the mind in the face of challenges posed by both philosophical arguments and empirical findings. T+-+35698244653242159ocn033335642book19950.81Morton, AdamBenacerraf and his critics+-+431746681513512ocn606053747book20110.90Stich, Stephen PCollected papers+-+356982446532411112ocn085691337file20060.73Carruthers, PeterThe innate mindThis book deals with the fundamental architecture of the mind, addressing such questions as: what capacities, processes, representations, biases, & connections are innate? How do these innate elements feed into a story about the development of our mature cognitive capacities, & which are shared with other members of the animal kingdom?+-+1865680465789ocn796937480file20110.73Stich, Stephen PCollected papersThis volume collects the best and most influential essays on knowledge, rationality and morality that Stephen Stich has published in the last 40 years. The volume includes a new introductory essay that offers an overview of the papers and traces the history of how they emerged359ocn610849373file20050.63The innate mindThis book deals with the fundamental architecture of the mind, addressing such questions as: what capacities, processes, representations, biases, & connections are innate? How do these innate elements feed into a story about the development of our mature cognitive capacities, & which are shared with other members of the animal kingdom?+-+9444260465179ocn163615995book20060.47Carruthers, PeterThe innate mindThis is the second volume of a projected three-volume set on the subject of innateness. The volume is highly interdisciplinary, and addresses such question as: To what extent are mature cognitive capacities a reflection of particular cultures and to what extent are they a product of innate elements? How do innate elements interact with culture to achieve mature cognitive capacities? How do minds generate and shape cultures? How are cultures processed by minds? The volume will be of great importance to anyone interested in the interplay between culture and the innate mind+-+18656804652257ocn149447046book20090.81Murphy, DominicStich and his criticsThrough a collection of original essays from leading philosophical scholars, 'Stich and his Critics' provides a thorough assessment of the key themes in the career of philosopher Steven Stich+-+225766059611ocn074394144book19960.92Allen-Hermanson, SeanAttributions of inferential error, epistemic virtues, and models of minimal rationality+-+4226656705+-+4226656705Fri Mar 21 15:47:58 EDT 2014batch22408