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Sunday, 7 December 2008


Introduction There's something odd about the history of cognitive
theories. On the one hand, practically all of them, from Descartes forward,
have been thoroughly committed to mental representations as explanatory
constructs. But, on the other hand, a continuing critical tradition in both
philosophy and psychology argues that the mental representation construct
is inherently defective and cannot be made scientifically respectable. This
has been going on for a long time.1 It's a bit as though physics had developed
in parallel with a line of criticism which claimed that the notion of a particle
is incoherent and must be dispensed with. Surely, one would think, some sort
of resolution should eventually be achieved: either the criticisms should be
shown to be misdirected, or we should give up the construct criticized. One
would think, too, that there ought to be some way of telling whether one's
theoretical commitments are incoherent, and that three hundred years or
so ought to be long enough to find out.
Anyhow, the sky is falling again. We have a cognitive science whose
main tenet is that the mind is a device for the manipulation of representations.
But we also have a line of philosophical criticism that goes like this: Nothing
is a representation except insofar as it has representational content, and the
notion content of a mental representation is in jeopardy. In particular, there's
a new argument that is taken to show that, even if there are mental representations,
and even if mental representations have contents, still the content of
a mental representation is not a function of psychological variables as cognitive
scientists understand such variables. So, to that extent, the notion content of
a mental representation is not available as an explanatory construct in theories
of the sort that cognitive scientists have hoped to develop.
Now, the arguments currently fluttering the dovecotes are actually rather