The Elm and the Expert
Jerry A. Fodor, 1994

Chapter 1. If Psychological Processes are Computational, How Can Psychological Laws be Intentional?
Do we carry out some action because 'we want to do that' or because 'some neurons fire'? Which is the "real" explanation for our actions?

Chapter 2. Life Without Narrow Content?

Chapter 3. Rabbit Redux (or, 'Reference Scrutinized')

Chapter 4. Why We Are So Clever; An Epistemological Postlude

Appendix A. Names

Appendix B. Meaning and History

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