"This is an unusually cogent book, whose editors look beyond the accepted disciplinary structures of cognitive science to the environment and human culture in order to examine 'mind.' Erneling and Johnson succeed admirably in exploring the alternative of the cultural approach to mentality, whilst recognizing the significance of neurophysiology."--The Mind as a Scientific Object
"The Mind As a Scientific Object
is interesting and accessible not just to specialists but to a wide, interdisciplinary audience as well. It presents with a picture of selected, important themes in the field of cognitive science that is deeper than was previously available, but that still manages to be of wide interest." --SirReadaLot.org
About the Author
Christina E. Erneling is at Lund University. David M. Johnson is at York University.