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Perception & Cognition: Issues in the Foundations of Psychology

Volume 9: Minnesota Studies in Philosophy of Science

Table of Contents

On the Forms of Mental Representation…3
Herbert A. Simon, Carnegie-Mellon University

Imagery and Artificial Intelligence…19
Zenon W. Pylyshyn, University of Western Ontario

Is There Mental Representation?…57
Gilbert Harman, Princeton University

Machine Perception: What Makes it so Hard for
 Computers to See?…65
Walter Reitman, Robert Nado, and Bruce Wilcox, University of Michigan

Perceiving, Anticipating, And Imagining…89
Ulric Neisser, Cornell University

The Role of the Percept in Visual Cognition…107
Fred Dretske, University of Wisconsin

Apprehending Pictorial Events: An Instance of
 Psychological Cohesion…129
James J. Jenkins, Jerry Wald, University of Minnesota, and John B. Pittenger, University of Arkansas, Little Rock

The Psychological Unreality of Quantificational
Semantics…165
Edwin Martin, Jr., Indiana University

Infinite Sets, Unbound Competences, and Models
of Mind…183
Robert Schwartz, Brooklyn College

Toward a Cognitive Theory of Consciousness…201
Daniel C. Dennett, Tufts University

Computation and Reduction…229
J. A. Fodor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Troubles with Functionalism…261
Ned Block, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Tryouts Toward the Production of Thought…327
Leonard Uhr, University of Wisconsin

Rigid Designators and Mind-Brain Identity…365
Grover Maxwell, University of Minnesota

An Evolutionary Naturalist Realist Doctrine of Perception and Secondary Quantities…405
Clifford Hooker, University of Western Ontario

On The Status of "Direct" Psychophysical Measurement…441
Roger N. Shepard, Stanford University

Author Index…493

Subject Index…499

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