The book defends a two-tiered theory about the folk psychological mind. It is
intended as a contribution to the integrationist project: an attempt to regularise and reconstruct folk psychology (hereafter FP)—bringing out its
implicit features and proper parts. This allows for a better assessment of its
potential fit within scientific psychology. The primary claim is that having one
mind of the FP sort does not suffice to account for all the interesting propositional attitude phenomena. A division of labour is required.