In other words, the second-generation embodied understandings of cognition disavow one normative and mentalistic
way of accounting for thought processes.
(3) I do not go the whole way with Brandom in claiming that intentionality is a linguistic, rather than mentalistic
That is, the Q samples and conditions of instruction of Q methodology do not reveal mentalistic
points of view; rather, the subjective points of view are inseparable from the experimental conditions (see Watts, 2011).
Functionalists, on the other hand, tend to embrace a cognitive approach which makes use of data from behavioral studies in order to derive mentalistic
information processing theories (Tulving, 1999).
Following the principles of the teleological account  or the mentalistic
account , it is unlikely that a repeated presentation of the unusual action in the hands-occupied condition has any effect on infants' imitation rates: Since the model is still physically constrained, she still cannot use her hands.
In artificial intelligence, for instance, agents can be characterized using mentalistic
or emotional notions such as knowledge, belief, intentions and/or obligations.
know-how that is prior to his own mentalistic
theory of [meaning.sub.L],
Hunger is a state of organic imbalance constituting need, not, however, in a mentalistic
sense, but as a condition of active uneasiness which manifests itself in search for foodstuffs....
Povinelli, "The Comparative Delusion: The 'Behavioristic'/'Mentalistic
' Dichotomy in Comparative Theory of Mnd Research," chap.
Furthermore, as far as the space has three dimensions: (1) width, (2) length, and (3) depth, human species have three major dimensions too: (1) somatic, (2) socialistic, and (3) mentalistic
. Somatic characteristics are compositions of natural genes, cells, and proteins (Parhizgar & Parhizgar, 2015).
"In short, orthodox quantum mechanics is Cartesian dualistic at the pragmatic/operational level, but mentalistic
on the ontological level."--Henry Stapp (2009, p.