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The philosophy of mind : classical problems/ contemporary issues

Author: Brian Beakley; Peter Ludlow
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2006.
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The only sourcebook of primary readings in philosophy of mind offering in-depth coverage of both historical works and contemporary controversies, from Aristotle, Descartes, and Ryle to Noam Chomsky,  Read more...

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Philosophy of mind.
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2006
(OCoLC)607528445
Online version:
Philosophy of mind.
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2006
(OCoLC)609351761
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Brian Beakley; Peter Ludlow
ISBN: 0262025930 9780262025935 0262524511 9780262524513
OCLC Number: 59223958
Notes: "A Bradford book."
Description: xviii, 1055 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: 1. From metaphysics, book 7, and on the soul, book 2 / Aristotle --
2. From meditations on first philosophy II and VI and replies to objections II / Rene Descartes --
3. From an essay concerning human understanding / John Locke --
4. From the principles of human knowledge / George Berkeley --
5. From the monadology / Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz --
6. From man a machine / Julien Offray DeLaMettrie --
7. From positivism / Auguste Comte --
8. From a system of logic / John Stuart Mill --
9. From "does 'consciousness' exist?" / William James --
10. From "the province of functional psychology" / James Rowland Angell --
11. From the concept of mind / Gilbert Ryle --
12. Is consciousness a brain process? / U.T. Place --
13. The nature of mental states / Hilary Putnam --
14. Troubles with functionalism (revised) / Ned Block --
15. Minds, brains, and programs / John R. Searle --
16. Eliminative materialism and the propositional attitudes / Paul Churchland --
17. From neurophilosophy / Patricia Smith Churchland --
18. Multiple realization and the metaphysics of reduction / Jaegwon Kim --
19. From language and problems of knowledge / Noam Chomsky --
20. From the empirical stance / Bas van Fraassen --
21. From mind and the world order / C.I. Lewis --
22. From "the 'mental' and the 'physical'" / Herbert Feigl --
23. Sensations and brain processes / J.J.C. Smart --
24. What is it like to be a bat? / Thomas Nagel --
25. Functionalism and qualia / Sydney Shoemaker --
26. From "identity and necessity" / Saul Kripke --
27. Form, function, and feel / William Lycan --
28. Epiphenomenal qualia / Frank Jackson --
29. Can we solve the mind-body problem? / Colin McGinn --
30. Physicalism and the cognitive role of acquaintance / Laurence Nemirow --
31. From the passions of the soul / Rene Descartes --
32. From the search after truth / Nicolas Malebranche --
33. A new system of the nature and the communication of substances / Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz --
34. From critique of pure reason / Immanuel Kant --
35. From "on the hypothesis that animals are automata" / Thomas Henry Huxley --
36. Mental events / Donald Davidson --
37. Mind matters / Ernest LePore and Barry Loewer --
38. Making mind matter more / Jerry A. Fodor --
39. The myth of nonreductive materialism / Jaegwon Kim --
40. Causation in the philosophy of mind / Frank Jackson and Philip Pettit --
41. From "physicalism from a probabilistic point of view" / Elliott Sober --
42. From on the soul, book 3 / Aristotle --
43. From meditations on first philosophy and replies to objections I-IV / Rene Descartes --
44. From an essay concerning human understanding / John Locke --
45. From a treatise of human nature / David Hume --
46. From discourse on metaphysics and correspondence with Arnauld / Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz --
47. From "how to make our ideas clear" / Charles S. Peirce --
48. From "the theory of objects" / Alexius Meinong --
49. From the problems of philosophy / Bertrand Russell --
50. From mind and the world order / C.I. Lewis --
51. From "the meaning of 'meaning'" / Hilary Putnam --
52. From "individualism and the mental" / Tyler Burge --
53. Methodological solipsism considered as a research strategy in cognitive psychology / Jerry A. Fodor --
54. Misrepresentation / Fred Dretske --
55. From "(nonsolipsistic) conceptual role semantics" / Gilbert Harman --
56. Social content and psychological content / Brian Loar --
57. Wide computationalism / Robert A. Wilson --
58. From a slim book on narrow content / Gabriel Segal --
59. From the meno / Plato --
60. From posterior analytics, book II, chapter 19 / Aristotle --
61. From replies to objections V and "notes directed against a certain program" / Rene Descartes --
62. From an essay concerning human understanding / John Locke --
63. From new essays on human understanding / Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz --
64. From phrenology / J.G. Spurzheim --
65. From the language of thought / Jerry A. Fodor --
66. The psychogenesis of knowledge and its epistemological significance / Jean Piaget --
67. On cognitive structures and their development : a reply to Piaget / Noam Chomsky --
68. What is innate and why : comments on the debate / Hilary Putnam --
69. From rules and representations / Noam Chomsky --
70. From modularity of mind / Jerry A. Fodor --
71. Against modularity / William Marslen-Wilson and Lorraine Komisarjevsky Tyler --
72. The modularity of thought and the epidemiology of representations / Dan Sperber --
73. Dissociation and modularity : reflections on language and mind / Neil Smith --
74. From Leviathan / Thomas Hobbes --
75. From an essay concerning human understanding / John Locke --
76. From a system of logic / John Stuart Mill --
77. From the principles of psychology / William James --
78. The appeal of parallel distributed processing / James L. McClelland, David E. Rumelhart and Geoffrey E. Hinton --
79. Connectionism and cognitive architecture : a critical analysis / Jerry A. Fodor and Zenon W. Pylyshyn --
80. The constituent structure of connectionist mental states : a reply to fodor and pylyshyn / Paul Smolensky --
81. Connectionism and the problem of systematicity : why Smolensky's solution doesn't work / Jerry A. Fodor and Brian P. McLaughlin --
82. What is the "D" in "PDP"? : a survey of the concept of distribution / Tim van Gelder --
83. Connectionism, eliminativism, and the future of folk psychology / William Ramsey, Stephen P. Stich and Joseph Garon.
Responsibility: edited by Brian Beakley and Peter Ludlow.

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