Review of Jerry Fodor, the mind doesn’t work that way: The scope and limits of computational psychology [Book Review]

Metapsychology 5 (7) (2001)
This review sketches Fodor's critique of evolutionary psychology and the 'massive modularity' thesis; queries his views on abduction in central processes; and suggests that his pessimism about the scope of computational psychology undermines his realism about folk psychology.
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