Faculty before folk

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (4):579-580 (1998)
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Abstract

Pace Atran, (1) folk physics, (2) folk biology, and (3) folk psychology rest on informationally encapsulated modules that emerge before language: a gifted austic person who can see objects and animals perfectly well can nonetheless be incommunicatively mind blind.

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Justin Leiber
PhD: University of Chicago; Last affiliation: Florida State University

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