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  1. Philosophy of Mind: Classical and Contemporary Readings
  2. A Historical Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind: Readings with Commentary by Peter A. Morton, 1996-12-23
  3. Philosophy of Mind: A Guide and Anthology
  4. Philosophy of Mind: A Contemporary Introduction (Routledge Contemporary Introductions to Philosophy) by John Heil, 2004-07-01
  5. Philosophy of Mind (Dimensions of Philosophy) by Jaegwon Kim, 2005-07-08
  6. Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Mind (Contemporary Debates in Philosophy)
  7. Philosophy of Mind and Cognition: An Introduction by David Braddon-Mitchell, Frank Jackson, 2006-12-15
  8. The Philosophy of Mind: A Short Introduction by Edward Feser, 2005-09-25
  9. A Companion to the Philosophy of Mind (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy)
  10. An Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind (Cambridge Introductions to Philosophy) by E. J. Lowe, 2000-01-28
  11. The Hidden Pattern: A Patternist Philosophy of Mind by Ben Goertzel, 2006-06-30
  12. Neuroscience and Philosophy: Brain, Mind, and Language by Maxwell Bennett, Daniel Dennett, et all 2007-03-15
  13. Philosophy of Mind, Revised Edition: A Beginner's Guide (Oneworld Beginners' Guides) by Edward Feser, 2007-02-25
  14. Contemporary Philosophy of Mind: A Contentiously Classical Approach (Contemporary Philosophy) by Georges Rey, 1997-01-30

1. Leibniz's Philosophy Of Mind
view, Leibniz's place in the history of the philosophy of mind is best secured by his preestablished a proper understanding of Leibniz's philosophy of mind, but there is much
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Leibniz's Philosophy of Mind
But Leibniz has much to say about the philosophy of mind that goes well beyond these traditionally important topics. Perhaps surprisingly, his system sometimes contains ideas of relevance even to contemporary discussions in the cognitive sciences. More generally, he discusses in depth the nature of perception and thought (conscious and unconscious), and of human motivation and striving (or, as he would say, appetition). We will take up such topics in what follows.
1. Matter and Thought
Most of Leibniz's arguments against materialism are directly aimed at the thesis that perception and consciousness can be given mechanical (i.e. physical) explanations. His position is that perception and consciousness cannot possibly be explained mechanically, and, hence, could not be physical processes. His most famous argument against the possibility of materialism is found in section 17 of the

2. Contemporary Philosophy Of Mind: An Annotated Bibliography
Thousands of entries, categorized by subject matter. From David Chalmers.
Contemporary Philosophy of Mind: An Annotated Bibliography
Compiled by David Chalmers , Department of Philosophy, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721. E-mail: . (c) 2001 David J. Chalmers. Last updated: July 15, 2001. This is a bibliography of recent work in the philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science, philosophy of artificial intelligence, and on consciousness in the sciences. It consists of 5702 entries, and is divided into six parts, each of which is further divided by topic and subtopic. Many of the entries are annotated with a brief summary. (I don't necessarily take responsibility for these annotations, many of which I wrote in the distant past.) The bibliography consists mostly of papers and books from the last few decades, with density of coverage increasing with proximity to the present. Most of the core areas of contemporary philosophy of mind are covered, but some areas (e.g. (philosophy of perception, philosophy of action, propositional attitude semantics, moral psychology) receive less coverage than others. A fuller table of contents is below. Part 6 is relatively new and is not annotated. It's not strictly "philosophy of mind", but I've put it here for convenience. Of course the division between parts is inexact. There is plenty of material by philosophers in part 6, and plenty of material by scientists in the other parts (especially parts 1, 4, and 5).

3. Hyponoetics - Philosophy Of Mind
A New and Challenging philosophy of mind.
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4. David Chalmers' Home Page
Consciousness Studies. I work especially in the philosophy of mind, and in related areas of philosophy and cognitive science. I am
David Chalmers
I am a philosopher at the University of Arizona. Officially I am Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for Consciousness Studies . I work especially in the philosophy of mind , and in related areas of philosophy and cognitive science. I am especially interested in consciousness, but am also interested in artificial intelligence and computation, in philosophical issues about meaning and possibility, in the foundations of cognitive science and of physics, and a bunch of other things. This site includes quite a bit of my own work (e.g. papers on consciousness and papers on meaning and modality ), and it also includes a number of resources I've put together on topics related to consciousness and/or philosophy: e.g., annotated bibliographies , directories of online papers , and some philosophical diversions . There is also a photo gallery . A complete master index to this site's contents is available. WHAT'S NEW
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5. Dictionary Of Philosophy Of Mind
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  • 7. Philosophy Of Mind
    Interdisciplinary Conference in the philosophy of mind. This conference will provide of recent work in the philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science, and philosophy of

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    9. Philosophy Of Mind At Erratic Impact's Philosophy Research Base
    philosophy of mind at Erratic Impact's Philosophy Research Base. Resources include annotated links, book reviews, new and used books on the philosophy of mind and Consciousness and more. Teed Rockwell on issues in philosophy of mind, with commentary written by a variety of philosophers and to the philosophy of mind. philosophy of mind and the philosophical issues

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    Online Resources Texts: Philosophy of Mind Used Books: Philosophy of Mind Know of a Resource? Unfolding Bodymind : Exploring Possibility Through Education by Hocking, Haskell, Linds Volume Three of the Foundations of Holistic Education Series U nfolding Bodymind Inspired by several streams of unconventional thinkingBuddhism, phenomenology, the holistic biology of Francisco Varela and Humberto Maturana, and an exquisite ecological sensibility such as that in David Abram's work ( The Spell of the Sensuous )the authors construct a strong philosophical foundation for a holistic understanding of knowing, teaching, and learning. To express their unfamiliar insights, many of them play with conventional language to make it serve a more holistic, relational view of the world. For example, the editors replace "understanding" with the term "interstanding"; several authors insert poetry and free verse into their essays; words are sometimes broken up with parentheses or slashes to emphasize their root meanings or their ambiguity. This book challenges the reader to step out of the linear, overly rational discourse that has conditioned our worldview.

    10. A Field Guide To The Philosophy Of Mind
    philosophy of mind and the philosophical issues arising in the allied domain of cognitive sciences constitute a fast developing territory, which is very well
    Symposia What this page is and how to use it Philosophy of mind and the philosophical issues arising in the allied domain of cognitive sciences constitute a fast developing territory, which is very well introduced by a number of excellent web resources (see our choice at RECOMMENDED LINKS section). In the hope not just to follow the stream, but to be interestingly complementary to them, more focused views of specific regions will be supplied here. We call them GUIDED TOURS , each being an in depth exploration of a particular topic that comprises two parts: 1) a preliminary state-of-the-art report on the issue, which explains what the question is, how it arises and what ramifications result from it; how the debate goes on with all the theories, objections, proposed solutions, etc. 2) a bibliographical guide to the relevant literature, which consists of copiously annotated items. Such a bibliography does not aim at an abstract completeness, but it should reasonably cover all the material worth mentioning, or at least what so seems in the opinion of the author. As it is in the ‘field guide’ genre, the reader is provided with helpful signposts by experienced authors, but is encouraged to eventually take his own path. In the continuous effort of enlarging and keeping them updated, the ‘tours’ will be always in progress.
    Annotated items can be individually searched in the

    11. Philosophy Of Mind
    Books about philosophy of mind ..Philosophy is a battle Georges Rey Contemporary philosophy of mind. Rey provides a journey
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    Want to join the Philosophy Webring Come philosophize with us in the Philosophy Webring Forum Skip Prev Prev Next ... List Sites Books about Philosophy of Mind........ "Philosophy is a battle against the bewitchment of our intelligence by means of language." - Ludwig Wittgenstein Patricia S. Churchland and Terrence Sejnowski The Computational Brain A nice collaboration between a philosopher and a neuroscientist. Paul Churchland The Engine of Reason, the Seat of the Soul A nice introduction to neural network models as used in some types of AI research. See links in the AI books section. Ned Block , an editor of and contributor to: The Nature of Consciousness : Philosophical Debates
    Some comments provoked by Ned Block's article On a Confusion about a Function of Consciousness Owen Flanagan author of The Science of Mind , also an editor of and contributor to the above mentioned collection on consciousness with Dr. Block.
    A nice historical tour of mind/brain from Descarte to James to Freud to Skinner to Piaget cognitive science and AI to E. O. Wilson and sociobilogy to modern attempts to deal with consciousness by people like Edelman . My comments Daniel C. Dennett.

    12. PHICS: Graduate Student Conference On Philosophy And Cognitive Science
    Graduate student conference on philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, and cognitive science. Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada. September 28 to 30, 2001.
    Graduate Student Conference on Philosophy of Mind,
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    13. Dictionary Of Philosophy Of Mind
    Dictionary of philosophy of mind This is a searchable database of peerreviewed articles on concepts and individuals in the philosophy of mind. It also has an alphabetical index. It is hosted by

    14. Dictionary Of Philosophy Of Mind
    A comprehensive and upto-date collection of terms, definitions, and scholarly works on the topic of philosophy of mind that provides useful background material for the study of artificial intelligence theory.
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    15. Philosophers Of Mind With Papers Online
    Links to online papers on AI and philosophy of mind.
    Other Lists of Philosophy Papers Online
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  • Barbara Abbott : Semantics, Philosophy of Language, Cognitive Science John Barwise Generalized Quantifiers, Situation Semantics, Etc. William Bechtel Connectionism, Philosophy of Science, Etc. Ned Block Consciousness, Functionalism, Thought Experiments Paul Boghossian : Epistemology, Analyticity Selmer Bringsjord : Computer Science, Philosophy of AI, Zombies, Etc. David Chalmers Consciousness, Computationalism, Zombies. Andy Clark Folk Psychlogy, Externalism, Etc. David Cole Philosophy of Mind, AI Robin Cooper : Situation Semantics, Computational Linguistics, Etc. Mark Crimmins Philosophy of Language Daniel Dennett Consciousness, Behaviorism, Cognitive Science Mathew Elton Christopher Green Psychology: Methodology, Theories, Etc. Gilbert Harman Philosophy of Language, Intentionality, Etc. Stevan Harnad Cognitive Psych., Symbol Grounding, Etc. Larry Hauser : Philosophy of Mind, AI, Zombies, Philosophy of Language
  • 16. Kant's Philosophy Of Mind: Entry
    Kant s philosophy of mind. MIND) AND III (AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY) ARE IN PROGRESS.. PART I KANT S PRECRITICAL philosophy of mind.
    Kant's Philosophy of Mind [FIRST DRAFT – COMMENTS WELCOME NOTE: THIS DRAFT CONTAINS PART I, ON KANT’S PRE-CRITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF MIND. PARTS II (ON KANT’S CRITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF MIND) AND III (AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY) ARE IN PROGRESS.] PART I: KANT'S PRE-CRITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF MIND Although his critical views are more well-known, this tour will provide a detailed survey of Kant’s pre-critical philosophy of mind. I do this for two reasons: his pre-critical views are interesting in their own right, and understanding them provides vital context for understanding his critical position. It is the task the remainder of Part I of the tour to explain this Kantian solution to the mind/body problem. I have aimed this analysis—which requires some close textual exegesis and background information about Kant’s pre-critical metaphysics—at interested non-specialists, but I hope that this treatment of an important and much-neglected topic will also be of interest to specialists. SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND I will begin by surveying several topics in Kant’s pre-critical philosophy that are essential for understanding Kant’s solution to the mind/body problem in Kant’s first philosophical publication

    17. Untitled Document
    Quarterly journal, with a special focus on epistemology, metaphysics, philosophy of language, philosophy of logic, and philosophy of mind. Published for the Mind Association by Oxford University Press. Edited by M. G. F. Martin. Contents and abstracts available on publisher's site.

    18. Stoic Philosophy Of Mind [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
    of the philosophy of mind of the Stoics, including the relationship between mind and body, perception, actiontheory, and emotion.......
    Stoic Philosophy of Mind Stoicism was one of the most important and enduring philosophies to emerge from the Greek and Roman world. The Stoics are well known for their contributions to moral philosophy, and more recently they have also been recognized for their work in logic, grammar, philosophy of language, and epistemology. This article examines the Stoics' contributions to philosophy of mind. The Stoics constructed one of the most advanced and philosophically interesting theories of mind in the classical world. As in contemporary cognitive science, the Stoics rejected the idea that the mind is an incorporeal entity. Instead they argued that the mind (or soul) must be something corporeal and something that obeys the laws of physics. Moreover, they held that all mental states and acts were states of the corporeal soul. The soul (a concept broader than the modern concept of mind) was believed to be a hot, fiery breath [ pneuma ] that infused the physical body. As a highly sensitive substance, pneuma pervades the body establishing a mechanism able to detect sensory information and transmit the information to the central commanding portion of the soul in the chest. The information is then processed and experienced. The Stoics analyzed the activities of the mind not only on a physical level but also on a logical level. Cognitive experience was evaluated in terms of its propositional structure, for thought and language were closely connected in rational creatures. The Stoic doctrine of perceptual and cognitive presentation (

    19. Professor Ned Block
    philosophy of mind, consciousness and foundations of cognitive science (NYU, USA)
    N ED B LOCK NYU Department of Philosophy
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    e-mail: NED BLOCK (Ph.D., Harvard), Professor of Philosophy and Psychology , came to NYU in 1996 from MIT where he was Chair of the Philosophy Program. He works in philosophy of mind, metaphysics and foundations of cognitive science and is currently writing a book on consciousness. He has been a Guggenheim Fellow , a Senior Fellow of the Center for the Study of Language and Information, a Sloan Foundation Fellow, a faculty member at two NEH Institutes and two NEH Seminars and the recipient of grants from the American Council of Learned Societies and the National Science Foundation. He is a past president of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, a past Chair of the MIT Press Cognitive Science Board of Syndics, and past President of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness The Philosophers' Annual selected his papers as one of the "ten best" in and . He is co-editor of The Nature of Consciousness: Philosophical Debates MIT Press , 1997). Two volumes of his collected papers are forthcoming from MIT Press. Some of his recent papers are available below.

    20. WWW Resources In Philosophy Of Mind
    WWW resources in philosophy of mind. and cognitive science. This page is no longer being maintained.
    WWW resources in philosophy of mind
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