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From Folk Psychology to Cognitive Science
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It would not be much of an exaggeration to say that the (philosophical) world has been waiting for this book. -- William G. Lycan

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Stephen Stich is Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University and author of From Folk Psychology to Cognitive Science.

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"A common view of cognitive science is that it is succeeding in making honest scientific theories of our everyday mentalistic lore--doing for folk psychology more or less what Galileo did for folk physics. There are a variety of avenues to this optimistic and comfortable view: Stich claims to have blocked them all. . . This is the best sort of expert research and authorship. It is vivid, informed, up-to-the-minute, and vigorously argued."- Daniel C. Dennett
"It would not be much of an exaggeration to say that the (philosophical) world has been waiting for this book."- William G. Lycan
& quot; A common view of cognitive science is that it is succeeding in making honest scientific theories of our everyday mentalistic lore--doing for folk psychology more or less what Galileo did for folk physics. There are a variety of avenues to this optimistic and comfortable view: Stich claims to have blocked them all. . . This is the best sort of expert research and authorship. It is vivid, informed, up-to-the-minute, and vigorously argued.& quot; - Daniel C. Dennett
& quot; It would not be much of an exaggeration to say that the (philosophical) world has been waiting for this book.& quot; - William G. Lycan
" A common view of cognitive science is that it is succeeding in making honest scientific theories of our everyday mentalistic lore--doing for folk psychology more or less what Galileo did for folk physics. There are a variety of avenues to this optimistic and comfortable view: Stich claims to have blocked them all. . . This is the best sort of expert research and authorship. It is vivid, informed, up-to-the-minute, and vigorously argued." - Daniel C. Dennett
" It would not be much of an exaggeration to say that the (philosophical) world has been waiting for this book." - William G. Lycan

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