The Logical Foundations of Cognition

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John Macnamara Professor of Psychology McGill University, Gonzalo E. Reyes Professor of Mathematics University of Montreal
Oxford University Press, Oct 11, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 384 pages
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||||||||||||||||| I would buy this book, once I can afford it. The section on the use of categories and toposes in the study of cognition and his analysis of "Being", Objectivity and Subjectivity.

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Contents

Introduction
3
Logic and Cognition
11
Logic and Psychology
35
Tools for the Advancement of Objective Logic Closed Categories and Toposes
43
Category Theory as a Conceptual Tool in the Study of Cognition
57
Reference Kinds and Predicates
91
Foundational Issues in the Learning of Proper Names Count Nouns and Mass Nouns
144
Prolegomena to a Theory of Kinds
177
Mental Logic and How to Discover It
241
The Semantics of Syntactic Categories
264
Some Issues Involving Internal and External Semantics
282
Husserls Notion of Intentionality
296
Referential Structure of Fictional Texts
309
How Not to Draw the de rede dicto Distinction
325
Cognitive Content and Semantics Comment on How Not to Draw the de rede dicto Distinction
354
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How Children Learn Common Nouns and Proper Names
212

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