Table of Contents:
Special Issue: Computationalism and Mechanism in Psychological Explanation
Guest Editor Liza Skidelsky
Co-Editor Gualtiero Piccinini
Faculty of Language, Functional Models, and Mechanisms (p.111 -- 149)
A Problem for the Mechanistic Account of Computation (p.151 -- 181)
Fodor’s Non-Conceptual Representations and the Computational Theory of Mind (p.183 -- 214)
Verbal Repetition and Its Insights on Neurolinguistic Studies: Bridging the Gap between Sound and Speech (p.215 -- 228)
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