Preface, Acknowledgements 1. The Problem: What it is to be Human? 2. The Baby in the Social Cradle 3. Wittgenstein’s Baby: How do Words Work? 4. A Brief History of Babies: How do Babies get the Point? 5. Thinking about the Social World: How do Children Understand Others? 6. Becoming a Moral Being: Early Development, Emotions and Neuroscience 7. Knowing Right from Wrong: Or, How does Morality Develop? 8. From Molecules to Minds: Can Genes Determine Thinking? 9. The Myth of the Desert Island Baby: Is the Mind a Machine? 10. Social Relations and Reason: What are the Implications of Self-Awareness?
Jeremy Carpendale is Professor of Developmental Psychology at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada, and the father of two.
Charlie Lewis is Professor of Family and Developmental Psychology at Lancaster University, UK, and the father of two.