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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

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Volume 20, Number 3, September 2008

The possibility of a pluralist cognitive science
pp. 155-179(25)
Author: Dale, Rick

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On the nature of minds, or: truth and consequences
pp. 181-196(16)
Author: Edelman, Shimon

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SAL: an explicitly pluralistic cognitive architecture
pp. 197-218(22)
Authors: Jilk, David; Lebiere, Christian; O'Reilly, Randall; Anderson, John

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Peirce's abduction and cognition as we know it
pp. 219-229(11)
Author: Van Orden, Guy

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On a compatibility between emergentism and reductionism
pp. 239-245(7)
Authors: Spivey, Michael; Anderson, Sarah

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Pluralism, relativism and the proper use of theories
pp. 247-250(4)
Author: Markman, Arthur

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Sloughing ontology
pp. 251-256(6)
Author: Dale, Rick

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A swan, a pike, and a crawfish walk into a bar
pp. 257-264(8)
Author: Edelman, Shimon

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Beyond red states and blue states in cognitive science
pp. 265-268(4)
Authors: Jilk, David; Lebiere, Christian; O'Reilly, Randall; Anderson, John

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