- Title Pages
Chapter OneDemocratic Minds for a Complex Society
Chapter TwoThe Creative American
Chapter ThreeInterdisciplinarity as a Virtue
Chapter FourThe Academy as Model of America
Chapter FiveScientists as the Model of Human Nature
Chapter SixInstituting Cognitive Science
Chapter SevenCognitive Theory and the Making of Liberal Americans
Chapter EightA Fractured Politics of Human Nature
- Conclusion The History of the Open Mind
- Personal Interviews and Communications
- Published Sources
- The Open Mind
- University of Chicago Press
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