Table of contents for Creations of the mind : theories of artifacts and their representation / edited by Eric Margolis and Stephen Laurence.

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Contents
List of Contributors vii
Introduction ix
PART I : METAPHYSICS
1. Social Ontology and the Philosophy of Society 3
John R. Searle
2. Artifacts: Parts and Principles 18
Richard E. Grandy
3. On the Place of Artifacts in Ontology 33
Crawford L. Elder
4. Artifacts and Human Concepts 52
Amie L. Thomasson
5. Artworks as Artifacts 74
Jerrold Levinson
PART I I : CONCEPTS AND CATEGORIES
6. Artifact Categorization: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly 85
Barbara C. Malt and Steven A. Sloman
7. Seedless Grapes: Nature and Culture 124
Dan Sperber
8. How to Refer to Artifacts 138
Hilary Kornblith
9. Water as an Artifact Kind 150
Paul Bloom
10. The Organization and Representation of Conceptual Knowledge in
the Brain: Living Kinds and Artifacts 157
Bradford Z. Mahon and Alfonso Caramazza
PART III: COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
11. The Conceptual Foundations of Animals and Artifacts 191
Jean M. Mandler
12. The Essence of Artifacts: Developing the Design Stance 212
Deborah Kelemen and Susan Carey
13. A World Apart: How Concepts of the Constructed World Are
Different in Representation and in Development 231
Frank C. Keil, Marissa L. Greif, and Rebekkah S. Kerner
PART IV: EVOLUTION
14. Animal Artifacts 249
James L. Gould
15. The Evolutionary Ancestry of Our Knowledge of Tools: From
Percepts To Concepts 267
Marc D. Hauser and Laurie R. Santos
16. Creations of Pre-Modern Human Minds: Stone Tool Manufacture
and Use by Homo habilis, heidelbergensis, and neanderthalensis 289
Steven Mithen
References 312
Index 345

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Creative ability.
Concepts.
Cognition in children.
Cognition in animals.
Philosophy of mind.