Philosophy of Mind (häftad)
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Volume 13
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Sosa, Ernest (red.)
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Philosophy of Mind (häftad)

Philosophy of Mind

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Häftad Engelska, 2003-12-01
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Philosophy of Mind includes papers by leading philosophers that explore topics such as experience and its representational and qualitative content; subjectivity; causal relevance; a new a priorist argument against materialism; phenomenal color; and other topics across the spectrum of philosophy of mind. * A collection of original papers by top scholars, edited by two eminent philosophers. * Explores a broad range of topics from across the spectrum of philosophy of mind. * Includes essays that cover experience and its representational and qualitative content; subjectivity; causal relevance; a new a priorist argument against materialism, and phenomenal color.
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Ernest Sosa is a Professor of Philosophy at Brown University and Rutgers University. He is author of Knowledge in Perspective (1991) and of papers in metaphysics and epistemology.


1. Who's Afraid of Disjunctive Properties?: Louise Antony (Ohio State University). 2. A Trilemma for Redeployment: Akeel Bilgrami (Columbia University). 3. The Normativity of Content: Paul A. Boghossian (New York University). 4. The Nature of Narrow Content: David J. Chalmers (University of Arizona). 5. Experience as Representation: Fred Dretske (Duke University). 6. Thoughts and Norms: Allan Gibbard (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor). 7. Representation and Narrow Belief: Frank Jackson (Australian National University). 8. Qualia, Properties, Modality: Brian Loar (Rutgers University). 9. Vs. a New A Priorist Argument for Dualism: William G. Lycan (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). 10. What Constitutes the Mind-Body Problem?: Colin McGinn (Rutgers University). 11. A Naturalist-Phnomenal Realist Response to Block's Harder Problem: Brian P. McLaughlin (Rutgers University). 12. Could There Be A Science of Consciousness?: David Papineau (University of London). 13. Looks as Powers: Philip Pettit (Princeton University). 14. Content, Character and Color: Sydney Shoemaker (Cornell University). 15. What Is the Relation Between an Experience, the Subject of the Experience, and the Content of the Experience?: Galen Strawson (University of Reading). 16. Causal Relevance: Stephen Yablo (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)