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Title Philosophy of mind : critical concepts in philosophy / edited by Sean Crawford
Imprint Milton Park, Abingdon ; New York : Routledge, c2011
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Descript 4 v. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Critical concepts in philosophy
Critical concepts in philosophy
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
v. 1. Foundations. Excerpt from 'The distinction between mental and physical phenomena' / Franz Brentano -- Knowledge by acquaintance and knowledge by description / Bertrand Russell -- Natural piety / Samuel Alexander -- Excerpt from 'Mechanism and its alternatives' / C.D. Broad -- On the idea of emergence / Carl G. Hempel, Paul Oppenheim -- Descartes' myth / Gilbert Ryle -- The logical analysis of psychology / Carl G. Hempel -- Excerpt from 'Mental acts' / Peter Geach -- Brains and behaviour / Hilary Putnam -- Sentences about believing / Roderick Chisholm -- Quantifiers and propositional attitudes / W.V. Quine -- Excerpt from 'Empiricism and the philosophy of mind' / Wilfrid Sellars -- Excerpt from 'Mind and matter' / Bertrand Russell -- Is consciousness a brain process? / U.T. Place -- Sensations and brain processes / J.J.C. Smart -- The nature of mind / David Armstrong -- Psychophysical and theoretical identification / David Lewis -- Psychological predicates / Hilary Putnam -- Incorrigibility as the mark of the mental / Richard Rorty -- Mental events / Donald Davidson -- Intentional systems / Daniel C. Dennett -- Special sciences (or: the disunity of science as a working hypothesis) / Jerry Fodor -- Excerpt from 'Naming and necessity' / Saul Kripke -- Meaning and reference / Hilary Putnam -- What is it like to be a bat? / Thomas Nagel -- v. 2. The mind-body problem. Troubles with functionalism / Ned Block -- Eliminative materialism and the propositional attitudes / Paul Churchland -- Excerpt from 'Fodor's guide to mental representation': the intelligent auntie's vade-mecum / Jerry Fodor -- Minds, brains, and programs / John Searle -- Form, function, and feel / William Lycan -- The myth of nonreductive materialism / Jaegwon Kim -- From supervenience to superdupervenience: meeting the demands of a material world / Terence Horgan -- Thinking causes / Donald Davidson -- Excerpt from 'Language and problems of knowledge' / Noam Chomsky -- The content of physicalism / J.J.C. Smart -- The body problem / Barbara Montero -- The rise of physicalism / David Papineau -- Levels of reality / John Heil -- Realistic monism: why physicalism entails panpsychism / Galen Strawson -- Emergence: core ideas and issues / Jaegwon Kim -- Excerpt from 'The real distinction between mind and body' / Steven Yablo -- What does the conservation of energy have to do with physicalism? / Barbara Montero -- Excerpt from 'The engines of the soul' / W.D. Hart -- v. 3. Intentionality. What is an intentional state? / John Searle -- Belief de re / Tyler Burge -- Excerpt from 'Beyond belief' / Daniel Dennett -- Excerpt from 'Reference' / Simon Blackburn -- Singular thought and the extent of inner space / John McDowell -- Quantifiers and propositional attitudes: Quine revisited / Sean Crawford -- Excerpt from 'Individualism and the mental' / Tyler Burge -- "Methodological solipsism considered as a research strategy in cognitive psychology" / Jerry Fodor -- Commentary on Jerry A. Fodor's 'Methodological solipsism considered as a research strategy in cognitive psychology' / Gareth Evans -- Social content and psychological content / Brian Loar -- On what's in the head / Robert Stalnaker -- A guide to naturalizing semantics / Barry Loewer -- Biosemantics / Ruth Millikan -- If you can't make one, you don't know how it works / Fred Dretske -- Knowing one's own mind / Donald Davidson -- Individualism and self-knowledge / Tyler Burge -- Anti-individualism and privileged access / Michael McKinsey -- On knowing one's own mind / Sydney Shoemaker -- v. 4. Consciousness. Consciousness and life / Gareth B. Matthews -- Functionalism and qualia / Sydney Shoemaker -- What Mary didn't know / Frank Jackson -- Materialism and qualia: the explanatory gap / Joseph Levine -- Phenomenal states / Brian Loar -- Excerpt from 'Consciousness reconsidered' / Owen Flanagan -- Kripke's proof that we are all intuitive dualists / David Papineau -- The intrinsic quality of experience / Gilbert Harman -- Inverted earth / Ned Block -- State consciousness and transitive consciousness / David M. Rosenthal -- Conscious experience / Fred Dretske -- Two kinds of consciousness / Tyler Burge -- A representational theory of pains and their phenomenal character / Michael Tye -- Can we solve the mind-body problem? / Colin McGinn -- Is consciousness important? / Kathleen V. Wilkes -- Facing up to the problem of consciousness / David J. Chalmers -- Consciousness / John R. Searle -- A third-person approach to consciousness / Daniel Dennett -- Individualism and perceptual content / Martin Davies -- Does perception have a nonconceptual content? / Christopher Peacocke -- Is there a perceptual relation? / Tim Crane
EAS: HM
Subject Philosophy of mind
Alt Author Crawford, Sean
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