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Author: Stich, S.
Title: Deconstructing the Mind
Date: 1996 Oxford, England
Publisher: Oxford University Press
A former eliminativist, Stephen Stich goes into depth about the arguments for and against the idea that “mind states” are components or results of cognitive functions. Because it is one of the most recent titles in NeuroPedia, it is useful reading, but the content and clarity of argument make it essential reading for those interested in understanding the currents of thought in modern cognitive science.
psychology
cognition
fuzzy logic

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