Engaging…. an overall valuable and interesting approach…. Do Apes Read Minds? has much to recommend…. worth reading.—Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews—
Crisply and clearly written, this enjoyable, informative work ends by offering suggestions for further research. Summing up: Highly recommended.
Kristin Andrews’ book has a lot of strengths…. Her argumentation is an excellent example of an empirically oriented philosophy of mind…. There are plenty of great reviews of empirical research which could be particularly useful for philosophy students.
The psychologically alert reader will find in this book powerful evidence of the contribution that philosophy can make toward clarifying ideas developed by psychology…. The book is a splendid example of how the two—philosophy and psychology—can be regarded as separate forms of thinking that, nonetheless, rely on one another for productive descriptions of presumed mental phenomena.