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The similarity between our cognitive architecture and the architecture of the digital computer consists in symbolic code manipulation: mental symbols are discrete content-bearing entities which are manipulated in accordance with structure-sensitive rules hard-wired into the mind/brain. However, CTM faces several challenges and objections. One challenge came from recognising that many intentional states (beliefs, desires) have broad content which does not seem relevant to scientific psychology. Reactions to this still muchdiscussed issue include viewing the mind as a syntactic engine, isolating narrow content (internalism) and arguing for the relevance of broad content (externalism).
He also anticipated atomism, suggesting that conceptual relations can be analysed in terms of meaning postulates: x is a bachelor → x is not married. Whereas for Carnap this was an analysis of analyticity in terms of consequences arising from linguistic conventions, it shows how concepts can be related in thought without being contained in one another. Further reading: Carnap (1947) Cartesian: relating to Descartes’ philosophy. Cartesian Theatre see Self, The Cartesianism see Rationalism Categorisation: the way organisms arrange stimuli into categories.
D. ) which constitutively depends on the external environment in which individuals having these states are embedded. Broadness is a property of many non-psychological states: whether a mark on the skin is a mosquito bite depends on there being a causalhistorical connection between it and some mosquito (and not an evil person inflicting mosquito-bite imitations on people). In his Twin-Earth argument Putnam showed that thoughts about natural kinds have broad content (natural kind externalism). Tyler Burge extended Putnam’s essentialism to all kinds of thoughts that depend on individuals’ social environment (social externalism).