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20 Mar eliminativism

A school of thought in cognitive psychology in which the construct of “mental states” (such states as belief and fear and desire) do not exist and cannot be used to explain cognitive functions or phenomena.
Keywords: Cognitive Science
References: Stich, 1996

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