Gaps in Nature: Literary Interpretation and the Modular Mind
SUNY Press, 1993

Reinterprets literacy theory in terms of current debates in cognitive science, on the thesis that biological materialism is at least a co-creator, along with culture, of human life and understanding; and that the workings of the human brain can provide an analog, if it is not the source, for the slippage between words and the world that we have come to acknowledge as inevitable.

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