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Do Apes Read Minds? A talk with Kristin Andrews

Do Apes Read Minds?

Typically, folk psychology is understood narrowly as mindreading—attributing beliefs and desires to others. In this talk inspired by my book Do Apes Read Minds? Toward a New Folk Psychology, I defend a new way of understanding folk psychology that is informed by the best science in social psychology, developmental psychology, and comparative cognition research. On the view I develop, the folk do not understand one another primarily as receptacles of propositional attitudes, but rather as whole persons with histories, social contexts, personalities, moods, emotions, and so forth.

When: Friday February 1st, 7pm

Where: 40 St George Street, Bahen Centre for Information Technology Room 2135

How Much: $10 General

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  • Ivan F.

    Event location changed!

    February 1, 2013

  • Ivan F.

    There has been a post about the location changing, checking facts now.

    February 1, 2013

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