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Karen Neander
Karen Neander
Professor, Department of Philosophy, Duke University
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Functions as selected effects: The conceptual analyst's defense
K Neander
Philosophy of science 58 (2), 168-184, 1991
10481991
The teleological notion of ‘function’
K Neander
Australasian journal of philosophy 69 (4), 454-468, 1991
6391991
Misrepresenting & malfunctioning
K Neander
Philosophical Studies 79, 109-141, 1995
3941995
A mark of the mental: In defense of informational teleosemantics
K Neander
MIT Press, 2017
2432017
Teleological theories of mental content
K Neander
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2011
2172011
The division of phenomenal labor: A problem for representational theories of consciousness
K Neander
Philosophical perspectives 12, 411-434, 1998
1611998
Pruning the tree of life
K Neander
The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 46 (1), 59-80, 1995
1391995
Swampman meets swampcow
K Neander
Mind & Language 11 (1), 118-129, 1996
1131996
Discussion: what does natural selection explain? Correction to Sober
K Neander
Philosophy of Science 55 (3), 422-426, 1988
1011988
Content for cognitive science
K Neander
Teleosemantics, 167-194, 2006
962006
Toward an informational teleosemantics
K Neander
912013
A Mark of the Mental
K Neander
Defense of Informational Teleosemantics, 2017
902017
Explaining Complex Adaptations: A Reply to Sober's ‘Reply to Neander’
K Neander
The British journal for the philosophy of science 46 (4), 583-587, 1995
781995
15. Types of Traits: The Importance of Functional Homologues
K Neander
68*2002
Functional analysis and the species design
K Neander
Synthese 194 (4), 1147-1168, 2017
542017
Teleosemantics
D Papineau
522016
Pictorial representation: A matter of resemblance
K Neander
The British Journal of Aesthetics 27 (3), 213-226, 1987
501987
Solving the circularity problem for functions: A response to Nanay
K Neander, A Rosenberg
The Journal of philosophy 109 (10), 613-622, 2012
472012
Naturalistic theories of reference
K Neander
The Blackwell guide to the philosophy of language, 374-391, 2006
402006
Are homologies (selected effect or causal role) function free?
A Rosenberg, K Neander
Philosophy of Science 76 (3), 307-334, 2009
362009
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