<philosophy of mind> the common-sense conceptual framework that we, as human beings, employ to understand, predict, and explain the behaviour of other humans and higher animals.
Folk Psychology Biblio
Horgan, T. & Woodward, J. 1985. Folk psychology is here to stay. Philosophical Review 94:197-225. Reprinted in (W. Lycan, ed) Mind and Cognition (Blackwell, 1990).
Jackson, F. Pettit, P. 1990. In defense of folk psychology. Philosophical Studies 59:31-54.
Chris Eliasmith - [Dictionary of Philosophy of Mind] Homepage
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