LANGUAGE OF THOUGHT

@inproceedings{McDermott2012LANGUAGEOT,
  title={LANGUAGE OF THOUGHT},
  author={D. McDermott},
  year={2012}
}
Introduction The Language of Thought Hypothesis (LOTH) is a concept in cognitive science which describes mental activity in the brain as a form of language. The hypothesis was developed by Jerry Fodor in his book [1]. It states that the mind works with a language that is similar to regular languages, where an array of “words” together with syntactic and semantic rules make up the meaning of sentences and that these constructs are processed much like in a computer[2]. The origins for this… Expand
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