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

Oxford University Press (1980)
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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