Four Accounts of Mental Structure
Fodor (Jerry)
Source: Fodor - The Modularity of Mind, 1983, Chapter 1
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  1. Neo-Cartesianism: The Structure of the Mind viewed as the Structure of Knowledge
  2. Mental Structure as Functional Architecture: Horizontal Faculties
  3. Mental Structure as Functional Architecture: Vertical Faculties
  4. Associationism (and: ‘Whatever became of Faculty Psychology’?)
    • 4.1 Traditional Associationism
    • 4.2 Computational Associationism
  5. Summary


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