The mind-body problem : a guide to the current debate

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The mind-body problem : a guide to the current debate

edited by Richard Warner and Tadeusz Szubka

Blackwell, 1994

  • : pbk

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Includes bibliographical references (p. [391]-403) and index

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ISBN 9780631190851

内容説明

This collection provides an introduction to the contemporary debate about the relation between mind and body. Recent philosophy has seen a resurgence of interest in this issue. The contributions in this volume, written by the leading figures in the field, give an overview of the current state of play. This debate subjects classical physicalism - the view that the mind is, in some sense, physical - to an intense re-evaluation, a re-evaluation which is in part an analysis of the explanatory scope and limits of philosophy itself.

目次

PHYSICALIST PERSPECTIVES Mind and Brain: J.J.C. Smart (The Australian National University). The Mind-Body Problem: Jerry Fodor (City University of New York). Intertheoretic Reduction: A Neuroscientists's Field Guide: Paul M. Churchland and Patricia S. Churchland (University of California, San Diego). The Mind-Body Problem: Sydney Shoemaker (Cornell University). IS THE MIND-BODY PROBLEM WELL-POSED? Consciousness and Objective Reality: Thomas Nagel (New York University). The Experiential and the Non-Experiential: Galen Strawson (University of Oxford). Supervenience, Recognition and Consciousness: Steven Wagner (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign). Can we Solve the Mind-Body Problem?: Colin McGinn (Rutgers University). Consciousness, Intentionality, and the Philosophy of Mind: Richard Rorty (University of Virginia). INTENTIONALITY, COGNITIVE SCIENCE, AND THE MIND-BODY PROBLEM Mind and Brain: Fred Dretske (Stanford University). Psychological Externalism: Joseph Owens (University of Minnesota). Minds and Bodies: John Heil (Davidson College). Mind-Body Problem and Contemporary Psychology: John MacNamara (McGill University). What is a Theory of Mental Representation?: Stephen P. Stich (Rutgers University). BEYOND REDUCTIVE NATURALISM Analytical Philosophy and the Nature of Mind: Time for Another Rebirth?: John Haldane (St Andrews). The Mind-Body Problem: Brian O'Shaughnessy (University of London). The Mind-Body Problem: Ted Honderich (University of London). Non-reductive Materialism: Terence Horgan (Memphis State University). The Myth of Non-reductive Materialism: Jaegwon Kim (Brown University). Mind Matters: Ernest LePore and Barry Loewer (Rutgers University). SUBJECTIVITY, INCORRIGIBILITY AND DUALISM What's Wrong with the Philosophy of Mind?: John Searle (University of California, Berkeley). The Token-Identity Thesis: John Foster (University of Oxford). Body and Soul: Richard Swinburne (University of Oxford). Ineffable Soul: Zeno Vendler (University of California, San Diego). Cartesian Privileged Access and Mentalness: George Myro (University of California, Berkeley). In Defense of a Dualism: Richard Warner (Chicago-Kent College of Law). Mental Properties: George Bealer (University of Colorado, Boulder).
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: pbk ISBN 9780631190868

内容説明

This is an introduction to the contemporary debate about the relation between mind and body. Recent philosophy has seen a resurgence of interest in this issue and the contributions in this volume, written by the leading figures in the field, gives a uniquely thorough overview of the current state of play. This debate subjects classical physicalism - the view that the mind is, in some sense, physical - to an intense re-evaluation, a re-evaluation which is in part an analysis of the explanatory scope and limits of philosophy itself.Contributors include: J. J. C. Smart, Jerry Fodor, Paul M. Churchland, Patricia S. Churchland, Sydney Shoemaker, Thomas Nagel, Galen Strawson, Steven Wagner, Colin McGinn, Richard Rorty, Fred Dretske, Joseph Owens, John Heil, John MacNamara, Stephen P. Stich, John Haldane, Brian O'Shaughnessy, Ted Honderich, Terence Horgan, Jaegwon Kim, Ernest LePore, Barry Loewer, John Searle, John Foster, Richard Swinburne, Zeno Vendler, George Myro, Richard Warner and George Bealer.

目次

Part I: Physicalist Perspectives: Mind and Brain: J. J. C. Smart (The Australian National University). The Mind-Body Problem: Jerry Fodor (City University of New York). Intertheoretic Reduction: A Neuroscientist's Field Guide: Paul M. Churchland and Patricia S. Churchland (University of California, San Diego). The Mind-Body Problem: Sydney Shoemaker (Cornell University). Part II: Is the Mind-Body Problem Well-Posed? Consciousness and Objective Reality: Thomas Nagel (New York University). The Experiential and the Non-Experiential: Galen Strawson (University of Oxford). Supervenience, Recognition and Consciousness: Steven Wagner (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign). Can we Solve the Mind-Body Problem? : Colin McGinn (Rutgers University). Consciousness, Intentionality, and the Philosophy of Mind: Richard Rorty (University of Virginia). Part III: Intentionality, Cognitive Science and the Mind-Body Problem: Mind and Brain: Fred Dretske (Stanford University). Psychological Externalism: Joseph Owens (University of Minnesota). Minds and Bodies: John Heil (Davidson College). Mind-Body Problem and Contemporary Psychology: John MacNamara (McGill University). What is a Theory of Mental Representation? : Stephen P. Stich (Rutgers University). Part IV: Beyond Reductive Naturalism: Analytical Philosophy and the Nature of Mind: Time for Another Rebirth? : John Haldane (St Andrews). The Mind-Body Problem: Brian O'Shaughnessy (University of London). The Mind-Body Problem: Ted Honderich (University of London). Nonreductive Materialism: Terence Horgan (Memphis State University). The Myth of Nonreductive Materialism: Jaegwon Kim (Brown University). Mind Matters: Ernest LePore and Barry Loewer (Rutgers University). Part V: Subjectivity, Incorrigibility and Dualism: What's Wrong with the Philosophy of Mind? : John Searle (University of California, Berkeley). The Token-Identity Thesis: John Foster (University of Oxford). Body and Soul: Richard Swinburne (University of Oxford). Ineffable Soul: Zeno Vendler (University of California, San Diego). Cartesian Privileged Access and Mentalness: George Myro (University of California, Berkeley). In Defense of a Dualism: Richard Warner (Chicago-Kent College of Law). Mental Properties: George Bealer (University of Colorado, Boulder).

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  • NII書誌ID(NCID)
    BA23088161
  • ISBN
    • 0631190856
    • 0631190864
  • LCCN
    93031975
  • 出版国コード
    uk
  • タイトル言語コード
    eng
  • 本文言語コード
    eng
  • 出版地
    Oxford, UK ; Cambridge, Mass.
  • ページ数/冊数
    xi, 407 p.
  • 大きさ
    24 cm
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