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Stanley Munsat
Professor Emeritus

Professor Munsat is the author of many articles and The Concept of Memory (1967). His interests are in the philosophy of mind, artificial intelligence, and the philosophy of language. He is currently working on connectionism and the philosophy of mind. Some publications include: "Could Sensations Be Processes?" Mind (1969); "What is a Process?" American Philosophical Quarterly (1969); "The-Meaning-of-a-Word," Canadian Journal of Philosophy (1974); "The Objects of Knowledge and Belief: Some Linguistic Considerations," Dialogue (1977); "Memory and Causality," in Body, Mind, and Method, ed. by Gustafson and Tapscott (1979); "Wh-Complementizers," Linguistics and Philosophy (1986); "Keeping Representations at Bay," Behavioral and Brain Sciences (1990).

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