Simulation and Knowledge of Action

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The current debate between theory theory and simulation theory on the nature of mentalisation has reached no consensus yet, although many now think that some hybrid theory is needed. This collection of essays represents an effort at re-evaluating the scope of simulation theory, while also considering areas in which it could be submitted to experimental tests. The volume explores the two main versions of simulation theory, Goldman’s introspectionism and Gordon’s radical simulationism, and enquires whether they allow a non-circular account of mentalisation. The originality of the volume is to confront conceptual views on simulation with data from pragmatics, developmental psychology and the neurosciences. Individual chapters contain discussions of specific issues such as autism, imitation, motor imagery, conditional reasoning, joint attention and the understanding of demonstratives. It will be of interest primarily to advanced students and researchers in the philosophy of mind, language and action, but also to everyone interested in the nature of interpretation and communication. (Series B)
[Advances in Consciousness Research, 45]  2002.  xxii, 271 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Jérôme Dokic and Joëlle Proust
vii–xxi
1. Simulation theory and mental concepts
Alvin A. Goldman
1–19
Reply to Alvin I. Goldman
William Child
21–31
2. From simulation to theory
Paul Bernier
33–48
Reply to Paul Bernier
Gianfranco Soldati
49–52
3. Neurophysiological evidence for simulation of action
Jean Decety
53–72
Reply to Jean Decety: Perception of actions and the understanding of agency
Christoph Hoerl
73–85
4. The scope and limits of mental simulation
Pierre Jacob
87–109
Reply to Pierre Jacob
Jérôme Dokic
111–117
5. Some reasons to link imitation and imitation recognition to theory of mind
Jacqueline Nadel
119–135
Reply to Jacqueline Nadel
Johannes Roessler
135–149
6. Varieties of simulation
François Recanati
151–171
Reply to François Recanati
Jérôme Pelletier
173–184
7. Mental simulation, dialogical processing and the syndrome of autism
Donald M. Peterson
185–195
Reply to Donald M. Peterson
Pierre Livet
197–200
8. Can “radical” simulation theories explain psychological concept acquisition?
Joëlle Proust
201–228
Reply to Joëlle Proust
Pascal Ludwig
229–240
9. Joint attention and simulation
John Campbell
241–253
Reply to John Campbell
Elisabeth Pacherie
255–260
Subject index
261–264
Name index
265–269
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Consciousness Research

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