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In Anthony O'Hear (ed.), Mind and Persons. Cambridge University Press (2003)
|Abstract||This paper will sketch a model of the human mind according to which the mind’s structure is massively, but by no means wholly, modular. Modularity views in general will be motivated, elucidated, and defended, before the thesis of moderately massive modularity is explained and elaborated.|
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