Norms, history, and the mental

In D. Walsh (ed.), Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement. Cambridge University Press 87-104 (2001)
Many people think the mind evolved. Some of them think it had to evolve. They think the mind not only has a history, but a history essential to its very existence
Keywords Concept  Evolution  History  Metaphysics  Mind  Norm
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