The Oxford Cognitive Science series is a new forum for the best contemporary work in this flourishing field, where various disciplines - cognitive psychology, philosophy, linguistics, neuroscience, and computational theory - join forces in the investigation of thought, awareness, understanding, and associated workings of the mind. Each book constitutes an original contribution to its subject, but will be accessible beyond the ranks of specialists, so as to reach a broad interdisciplinary readership. The series is carefully shaped and steered with the aim of representing the most important developments in the field, and bringing together some of its constituent disciplines. together its constituent disciplines.
Wilde Reader in Mental Philosophy Martin Davies, Oxford
Professor of Generall Linguistics James Higginbotham, Oxford
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience John O'Keefe, University College London
Wayneflete Professor of Metaphysical Philosophy Christopher Peacocke, Oxford
University Lecturer in Psychology Kim Plunkett, Oxford