Folk Psychology: The Theory of Mind Debate
November 1995, Wiley-Blackwell
Introduction: Martin Davies and Tony Stone.
1. Replication and Functionalism: Jane Heal.
2. Folk Psychology as Simulation: Robert M. Gordon.
3. Interpretation Psychologized: Alvin I. Goldman.
4. The Simulation Theory: Objectives and Misconceptions: Robert M. Gordon.
5. Folk Psychology: Simulation or Tacit Theory?: Stephen Stich and Shaun Nichols.
6. 'He thinks He Knows': And more Development Evidence Against the Simulation Role Taking Theory: Josef Perner and Deborah Howes.
7. Reply to Stich and Nichols: Robert M. Gordon.
8. Reply to Perner and Howes: Robert M. Gordon.
9. In Defense of Simulation Theory: Alvin I. Goldman.
10. From Simulation to Folk Pyschology: The Case for Development: Paul L.Harris.
11. Why the Child's Theory of Mind Really is a Theory: Alison Gopnik and Henry M. Wellman.
12. Reading the Eyes: Evidence for the Role of Perception in the Development of a Theory of Mind: Simon Baron-Cohen and Pippa Cross.
13. Theory, Observation, and Drama: Simon Blackburn.
Index of Names.
Index of Subjects.
Tony Stone is Head of the Psychology Group and Director of the Modular Programme at King Alfred's College of Higher Education, Winchester. He has published papers on the philosophy of psychology, and is currently working on a book on the philosophical issues raised by cognitive neuropsychology.