Frames of Mind: Constraints On The Common-Sense Conception Of The Mental

Oxford University Press (1980)
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This book was an early contribution to the theory of mind debate, and was the origin of the term 'theory theory'. It defends a prototype simulation account.
Keywords Belief  Character  Common Sense  Desire  Explanation  Imagination  Intensionality  Personality  Plasticity  Psychology  Social Philosophy
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