1. Introduction: Philosophy and Cognitive Science, Richard Samuels, Eric Margolis, and Stephen P. Stich 2. Consciousness and Cognition, Robert Van Gulick 3. Reasoning and Rationality, Collin Allen, Peter M. Todd, and Jonathan M. Weinberg 4. Massive Modularity, Richard Samuels 5. Perception and Multimodality, Casey O'Callaghan 6. Embodied Cognition, Lawrence A. Shapiro 7. Artificial Intelligence, B. Jack Copeland & Diane Proudfoot 8. Emotions: How Many Are Three?, Jesse J. Prinz 9. Attention, Christopher Mole 10. Computationalism, Gualtiero Piccinini 11. Representationalism, Frances Egan 12. Cognition and the Brain, Rick Grush and Lisa Damm 13. The Scope of the Conceptual, Stephen Laurence and Eric Margolis 14. Innateness, Steven Gross & Georges Rey 15. The Language Faculty, Paul Pietroski and Stephen Crain 16. Language in Cognition, Peter Carruthers 17. Theory of Mind, Alvin I. Goldman 18. Broadminded: Sociality and the Cognitive Science of Morality, John M. Doris and Shaun Nichols 19. Conceptual Development: The Case of Essentialism, Susan A. Gelman and Elizabeth Ware 20. Evolutionary Psychology, Ben Jeffares and Kim Sterelny 21. Culture and Cognition, Daniel M.T. Fessler and Edouard Machery 22. Experimental Philosophy, Joshua Knobe
Eric Margolis is Professor of Philosophy, University of British Columbia, Vancouver. Richard Samuels is Professor of Philosophy, Ohio State University. Stephen Stich is Board of Governors Professor of Philosophy, Rutgers University.
"Editors Margolis, Samuels, and Stich have collected essays from an all-star cast of philosophers working on the frontier of the philosophy of cognitive science."--CHOICE