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extension. Journal of Applied Psychology, 95(3), 592–601. Baer M. 2010 The strength-of-weak-ties perspective on creativity: A comprehensive examination and extension Journal of Applied Psychology 95 3 592 601 Bettoni, M., & Bernhard, W. (2008). Weak tie cooperation in the CoRe knowledge network. Retrieved on August 20, 2016, from . Bettoni M. Bernhard W. 2008 Weak tie cooperation in the CoRe knowledge network Retrieved on August 20, 2016, from Brandes, U. (2004). A

commonly imposed by philosophers and psychologists – perhaps making finding answers less difficult than one might think. Finally, I sketch considera- tions that may point toward answers. I seek constitutive and phyloge- netic origins of propositional attitudes. I am interested in exploring the idea that propositional attitudes originate in higher, non-linguistic 8 For an extensive treatment of several of these systems, see Susan Carey, The Origin of Concepts (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009). Although Carey calls these systems components of core knowledge