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The concept of mind

Author: Gilbert Ryle
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Pres, 1984, ©1949.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : University of Chicago Press edView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gilbert Ryle
ISBN: 0226732959 9780226732954
OCLC Number: 10229750
Notes: Reprint. Originally published: London : Hutchinson, ©1949.
Includes index.
Description: 334 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: I. Descartes' Myth --
The Official Doctrine --
The Absurdity of the Official Doctrine --
The Origin of the Category Mistake --
Historical Note --
II. Knowing How and Knowing That --
Foreword --
Intelligence and Intellect --
Knowing How and Knowing That --
The Motives of the Intellectualist Legend --
'In My Head' --
The Positive Account of Knowing How --
Intelligent Capacities versus Habits --
The Exercise of Intelligence --
Understanding and Misunderstanding --
Solipsism --
III. The Will --
Foreword --
The Myth of Volitions --
The Distinction Between Voluntary and Involuntary --
Freedom of the Will --
The Bogy of Mechanism --
IV. Emotion --
Foreword --
Feelings versus Inclinations --
Inclinations versus Agitations --
Moods --
Agitations and Feelings --
Enjoying and Wanting --
The Criteria of Motives --
The Reasons and the Causes of Actions --
Conclusion --
V. Dispositions and Occurrences --
Foreword --
The Logic of Dispositional Statements --
Mental Capacities and Tendencies --
Mental Occurrences --
Achievements --
VI. Self-Knowledge --
Foreword --
Consciousness --
Introspection --
Self-Knowledge Without Privileged Access --
Disclosure by Unstudied Talk --
The Self --
The Systemic Elusiveness of "I" --
VII. Sensation and Observation --
Foreword --
Sensations --
The Sense Datum Theory --
Sensation and Observation --
Phenomenalism --
Afterthoughts --
VIII. Imagination --
Foreword --
Picturing and Seeing --
The Theory of Special Status Pictures --
Imagining --
Pretending --
Pretending, Fancying, and Imagining --
Memory --
IX. The Intellect --
Foreword --
The Demarcation of the Intellect --
The Construction, Possession and Utilisation of Theories --
The Application and Misapplication of Epistemological Terms --
Saying and Teaching --
The Primacy of the Intellect --
Epistemology --
X. Psychology --
The Programme of Psychology --
Behaviourism
Responsibility: Gilbert Ryle.
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