Controversies have focused on the thesis that perceptual and linguistic decoding
processes are modular, much more than on the alleged nonmodularity of thought;
defend the view that thought processes might be modular too; articulate a modular
view of human thought with the naturalistic view of human culture that (the author
has) been developing under the label "epidemiology of representations"; show how,
contrary to the received view, organisms endowed with truly modular minds might
engender truly diverse cultures.
Maintained by Francis F. Steen, Communication Studies, University of California Los Angeles