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This continuing revision of a theoretical edifice the foundations of which were laid in the middle of the nineteenth century--the reexamination of old ideas, proposals of new ones, and the synthesis of the most suitable--shows us how science works, and how scientists have painstakingly built a solid set of explanations for what Darwin called the “grandeur” of life.
Water, Modernity, and the Urban Imagination
Evaluating the Federal Government's Response to Environmental Justice
Affective Science Meets the Enactive Mind
A Philosophical Study of Human Touch
The Sociocultural Basis of Understanding Reasons
An argument that challenges the dominant “theory theory” and simulation theory approaches to folk psychology by claiming that our everyday understanding of intentional actions done for reasons is acquired by exposure to and engaging in specific kinds of narratives.