On cognitive luck: Externalism in an evolutionary frame

In Peter K. Machamer & Martin Carrier (eds.), Philosophy and the Sciences of Mind (1997)
"Paleontologists like to say that to a first approximation, all species are extinct (ninety- nine percent is the usual estimate). The organisms we see around us are distant cousins, not great grandparents; they are a few scattered twig-tips of an enormous tree whose branches and trunk are no longer with us." (p. 343-44). The historical life bush consists mainly in dead ends
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