Articles on mental architecture

 

[19]   On central cognition. Philosophical Studies, 160 (2013).

 

[18]   Animal minds are real, (distinctively) human minds are not. American Philosophical Quarterly 50 (2013), 233-247.

 

[17]   The fragmentation of reasoning. In P. Quintanilla (ed.), La coevolución de mente y lenguaje: Ontogénesis y filogénesis, Lima: Fondo Editorial de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 2013.

 

[16]   The distinctively-human mind: the many pillars of cumulative culture. In G.Hatfield and H.Pittman (eds.), The Evolution of Mind, Brain, and Culture. Penn Museum Press, 2013. [written in 2007]

 

[15]   Metacognition and reasoning. (With Logan Fletcher.) Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 367 (2012), 1366-1378.

 

[14]   Language in cognition. In E.Margolis, R.Samuels, and S.Stich (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Cognitive Science. OUP, 2011.

 

[13]   An architecture for dual reasoning. In J.Evans and K.Frankish (eds.), In Two Minds: dual processes and beyond. OUP, 2009.

 

[12]   Précis of The Architecture of the Mind & On Fodor-fixation, flexibility, and human uniqueness. Mind and Language, 23 (2008), 257-262 & 293-303.

 

[11]   Simple heuristics meet massive modularity. In Carruthers, Laurence, and Stich (eds.), The Innate Mind 2: culture and cognition. OUP, 2006.

 

[10]   The case for massively modular models of mind. In R.Stainton (ed.), Contemporary Debates in Cognitive Science. Blackwell, 2006.

 

[9]    Distinctively human thinking: modular precursors and components. In P.Carruthers, S.Laurence, and S.Stich (eds.), The Innate Mind: structure and content. OUP, 2005. Click here for pdf.

 

[8]    Practical reasoning in a modular mind. Mind and Language, 19 (2004), 259-278. Click here for pdf.

 

[7]    Modularity, language, and the flexibility of thought. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25:6 (2002), 705-719. (Published in 2003.) (Replies to commentators on #[6].)

For the complete BBS exchange, including both [6] and [7], click here.

 

[6]    The cognitive functions of language. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25:6, (2002), 657-674. (Published in 2003.)

 

[5]    On Fodor's Problem. Mind and Language, 18 (2003), 502-523. Click here for pdf.

 

[4]    Is the mind a system of modules shaped by natural selection? In C. Hitchcock (ed.), Contemporary Debates in the Philosophy of Science. Blackwell, 2003.

 

[3]    Moderately massive modularity. In A. O’Hear (ed.), Mind and Persons. CUP, 2003.

 

[2]    The roots of scientific reasoning: infancy, modularity, and the art of tracking. In P.Carruthers, S.Stich and M.Siegal (eds.), The Cognitive Basis of Science. CUP, 2002.

 

[1]    Thinking in language?: evolution and a modularist possibility. In P.Carruthers and J.Boucher (eds.), Language and Thought. CUP, 1998.