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  1. The Nature of Morality: An Introduction to Ethics by Gilbert Harman, 1977-01-06
  2. Reasoning, Meaning, and Mind by Gilbert Harman, 1999-09-16
  3. Thought by Gilbert Harman, 1973-03
  4. Semantics of Natural Language (Synthese Library)
  5. Change in View: Principles of Reasoning by Gilbert Harman, 1986-01
  6. Reliable Reasoning: Induction and Statistical Learning Theory (Jean Nicod Lectures) by Gilbert Harman, Sanjeev Kulkarni, 2007-05-01
  7. Explaining Value: and Other Essays in Moral Philosophy by Gilbert Harman, 2000-12-28
  8. Skepticism & the Definition of Knowledge (Harvard Dissertations in Philosophy) by Gilbert Harman, 1990-03-01
  9. Conceptions of the Human Mind: Essays in Honor of George A. Miller
  10. LOGIC OF GRAMMAR by Donald and Harman, Gilbert Davidson, 1975-01-01
  11. Moral Relativism and Moral Objectivity (Great Debates in Philosophy) by Gilbert Harman, Judith Thomson, 1996-01-17
  12. Gilbert Harman
  13. International Socialism: A Quarterly Journal of Socialist Theory - Autumn 2000 by Paul McGarr, Boris Kargarlitsky, Gilbert Archar, Dave Renton, Keith Flett, John Newsinger Chris Harman, 2000
  14. Philosophical Review, Vol. 84, No. 1, January 1975 by Gilbert; Kitcher, Philip; Sievert, Donald et al. Harman, 1975

1. Gilbert Harman
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2. Harman Gilbert
harman gilbert 1989 The Intrinsic Quality of Experience , in James Tomberlin (ed.)Philosophical Perspectives, 4, Action Theory and Philosophy of Mind, 3152.
Harman Gilbert
1989 "The Intrinsic Quality of Experience", in James Tomberlin (ed.) Philosophical Perspectives, 4, Action Theory and Philosophy of Mind

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4. Gilbert Harman The Nature Of Morality: An Introduction To Ethics
Title The Nature of Morality An Introduction to Ethics harman gilbert GilbertHarman Subject Ethics moral philosophy Category Society Politics Philosophy
Gilbert Harman The Nature of Morality: An Introduction to Ethics
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Title: The Nature of Morality: An Introduction to Ethics
Harman Gilbert
Gilbert Harman
Subject: Ethics moral philosophy
Category: Society Politics Philosophy Philosophy General
Format: Paperback
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5. Qualia Ausgewaehlte Beitraege Ned Block Daniel Dennett Gilbert Harman
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Audun Oefsti Peter Ulrich Truls Wyller-Indexicality and Idealism; Indexikalität und Idealismus...

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Georg Kamp-Logik und Deontik. Über die sprachlichen Instrumente praktischer Vernunft....
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6. Axiologie Si Moralitate - Culegere De Texte, Rescher Nicholas
culegere de texte Rescher Nicholas, Lavelle Louis, Rescher Nicholas, Chisholm Roderick,Quine WV, Maquet JJ, Hare RM, Mayo Bernard, harman gilbert, Raz Joseph. si moralitate culegere de

7. 20th WCP: Qualia, Robots And Complementarity Of Subject And Object
(22) Jackson 82 loc. cit. (23) p. 459. (24) Harman, Gilbert op. 3152.harman gilbert (1991/3) Can Science Understand the Mind?
Philosophy of Mind Qualia, Robots and Complementarity
of Subject and Object
Piotr Boltuc
St. Olaf College
ABSTRACT: Jackson claims that a person who sees colors for the first time by this very fact acquires a certain knowledge which she or he could not have learned in a black and white world. This argument can be generalized to other secondary qualities. I argue that this claim is indefensible without implicit recourse to the first-person experience; also Nagel’s "what it is like" argument is polemically weak. Hence, we have no argument able to dismiss physicalism by consideration of first-person qualia ( contra Jackson); however, it does not force us to endorse qualia-reductionism. In the second part of my paper I defend non-reductionism in a different way. Following Nagel and Harman, I try to avoid criticisms usually presented against Nagel, seeing subjectivity and objectivity as two complementary structures of the subjective and objective element of our language. I refer to classical German philosophy, phenomenology and Marxist dialectics which have developed a complementary approach crucial in the reductionist/anti-reductionist controversy in the philosophy of mind. "Opinion says hot and cold, but the reality is atoms and empty space."

8. Gilbert Harman
GILBERT HARMAN. Stuart Professor of Philosophy. Chair, Committee forCognitive Studies. Director of Graduate Studies. Campus address
Stuart Professor of Philosophy. Chair, Committee for Cognitive Studies. Director of Graduate Studies Campus address: Room 118, 1879 Hall Campus telephone: Office hours: Tuesday, 2:00-3:00 Email: Website: Ph.D., Harvard. Professor Harman is interested in ethics, epistemology, philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, learning theory, cognitive science, and theoretical and practical rationality. He is the author of Thought , of The Nature of Morality , of Change in View , of Reasoning, Meaning and Mind Explaining Value, and (with Judith Jarvis Thomson) of Moral Relativism and Moral Objectivity . He is editor of On Noam Chomsky and Conceptions of the Human Mind , and is co-editor with Donald Davidson of Semantics of Natural Language and of The Logic of Grammar. Philosophy Faculty listing Updated:

CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN WILFRID SELLARS AND gilbert harman ON TRUTH{*} February 26, 1970. Professor gilbert harman. Department of Philosophy
February 26, 1970: Sellars to Harman
March 24, 1970: Harman to Sellars

November 20, 1970: Sellars to Harman

December 9, 1970: Harman to Sellars
New York, N.Y. l0021 February 26, 1970 Professor Gilbert Harman
Department of Philosophy
Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey Dear Gil: I have read and reread your insightful and challenging review of Science and Metaphysics , and have been accumulating notes, I won't say for a reply, but for a first attempt at rising to your closing challenge. I shall concentrate on the points you raise concerning meaning and truth, leaving to another occasion topics which, though important, do not touch the very heart of the enterprise. Thus I shall not discuss your comments on the availability and/or adequacy of concepts of thinking-out-loud and its modes as models for the construction of a theoretical framework which introduce classical thought-episodes. I certainly did not mean to imply that all the thinking of Jones' Rylean contemporaries was thinking-out-loud, but only that they did more of it than we do. Most of their thinking would be, in the terminology of my "Language as Thought and as Communication," extremely short term proximate propensities to think such and such out loud. (I thought I had made this clear in SM .) Also, I have stressed from the beginning that inner thought episodes, though construed on the model of overt speech, are not to be thought of as "words going through ones head." No verbal imagery need occur, and even when it does, the imagery is not itself the thinking, but at most a symptom of it.

10. Gilbert Harman On-Line Papers
gilbert harman OnLine Papers Forthcoming. Moral Particularism Defended. A revised draft or sketch (April 15, 2004) discussing
Gilbert Harman: On-Line Papers
  • "Moral Particularism Defended." A revised draft or sketch (April 15, 2004) discussing the relevance of recent developments in statistical learning (Vapnik et al.) and recent developments in psychology (Nisbett et al.) for the assessment of one form of moral particularism. Corrections and other comments invited. HTML PDF
  • Gilbert Harman and Brett Sherman, "Knowledge, Assumptions, Lotteries." To appear in Philosophical Issues PDF (revised September 8, 2003). Mark Greenberg and Gilbert Harman, "Conceptual Role Semantics." To appear in The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Language , edited by Ernest Lepore and Barry Smith, PDF
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  • "Donald Davidson: The Philosophy-Linguistics Connection 1967-76." My contribution to the symposium on Donald Davidson at the Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, March 25, 2004 (revised March 26). HTML Here are two photos from 1968-69 I scanned in for the meeting.
  • "Why Chomskean Linguistics Is Mentalistic." A brief explanation for students and colleagues. HTML "Epistemicism." Based on my contribution to a symposium about Jonathan Adler's

11. (Nonsolipsistic) Conceptual Role Semantics
Article by gilbert harman defending a variety of inferential role semantics in which the primary use of concepts lies in their use in `calculation'.
(Nonsolipsistic) Conceptual Role Semantics
Princeton University
In this paper I will defend what I shall call `(nonsolipsistic) conceptual role semantics'. This approach involves the following four claims:
    (1) The meanings of linguistic expressions are determined by the contents of the concepts and thoughts they can be used to express; (2) the contents of thoughts are determined by their construction out of concepts; and (3) the contents of concepts are determined by their `functional role' in a person's psychology, where (4) functional role is conceived nonsolipsistically as involving relations to things in the world, including things in the past and future.
`Thoughts' here include beliefs, hopes, desires, fears, and other attitudes, in addition to thoughts properly so called. `Functional role' includes any special roles a concept may play in perception and in inference or reasoning, including practical reasoning that leads to action. I include the parenthetical modifier `(nonsolipsistic)' in the phrase `(nonsolipsistic) conceptual role semantics' to contrast this approach with that of some recent authors (Field, 1977; Fodor, 1980; Loar, 1981) who think of conceptual role solipsistically as a completely internal matter. I put parentheses around `nonsolipsistic' because, as I will argue below, the term is redundant: conceptual role must be conceived nonsolipsistically

12. Moral Philosophy Meets Social Psychology
gilbert harman argues that the belief that `strong character attributes exist' is both grounded in common sense and a mistake.

13. Conceptions Of The Human Mind; Author: Harman, Gilbert; Hardback; Book
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14. Hahn, H.
1957). harman, gilbert; Knowledge, Inference, and Explanation, TheAmerican Philosophical Quarterly 5 (1968) 16473. Reprinted
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  • Logik, Mathematik und Naturerkennen (Vienna, 1925).
    Hall, Everett W.
  • "Metaphysics," in Twentieth Century Philosophy , ed. D. Runes (Philosophical Library, 1943).
  • "Stevenson on Disagreement in Attitude," Ethics
  • "A Categorical Analysis of Value," Philosophy of Science
  • The Analysis of Value (Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1952).
  • Our Knowledge of Fact and Value (Chapel Hill, 1961).
  • Categorial Analysis , ed. E. M. Adams (Chapel Hill, N. C., 1964).
    Hamblin, C. L.
  • "Starting and Stopping," Monist 53, No. 3 (July 1969). Reprinted in Basic Issues In The Philosophy of Time , ed. Eugene Freeman and Wilfrid Sellars (Open Court, 1971).
    Hampshire, Stuart
  • "Fallacies in Moral Philosophy," Mind
  • (and L. A. Hart) "Decision, Intention, and Certainty," Mind 67, 1958: pp. 1-12. Reprinted in New Readings in Philosophical Analysis , ed. H. Feigl, W. Sellars and K. Lehrer (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1972).
    Hardie, C. D.
  • "The Necessity of A Priori Propositions," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society
    Hardie, W. F. R.
  • 15. The Meanings Of Logical Constants
    Essay by gilbert harman, arguing for Prawitz's approach to the semantics of logic based upon a conceptual role semantics.
    The Meanings of Logical Constants
    GILBERT HARMAN It seems to illuminate the meanings of logical constants to say how they contribute to the truth conditions of propositions containing them, as in the account of certain sentential connectives such as truth functions, the Frege-Tarski analysis of quantification, Kripke's semantics for modal operators in a quantified modal logic, and Davidson's treatment of certain sorts of adverbial modification in his paper about the logical form of action sentences. In all these instances, an account of contribution to truth conditions seems to tell us significant things about the meanings of the logical constants involved. It is not clear why this should be so. Compare the following examples: (1) the predicate `horse' is true of something if and only if it is a horse. (2) a construction of the form P and Q is true if and only if P is true and Q is true. There is something trivial about these clauses since you can know they are true simply by knowing that `horse' is an extensional (one-place) predicate and that `and' is a (two-place) truth functional connective. You do not even have to know what these expressions mean. Compare: (3) the predicate `borogrove' is true of something if and only if it is a borogrove.

    16. Virtue Ethics Without Character Traits
    gilbert harman argues in this essay that the account of virtue ethics of Judith Thomson has the advantage of, unlike her rivals, not supposing the existence of `strong character traits'.

    17. Teaching Neural Nets Using MatLab By Gilbert Harman
    Teaching Neural Nets using MatLab by gilbert harman. reply to this message. post a message on a new topic. Back to comp.softsys.matlab Neural Nets using MatLab Author gilbert harman Organization Princeton gilbert harman Voicemail 609-258-4301 Department of Philosophy Fax 609-258
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    Subject: Teaching Neural Nets using MatLab Author: Organization: Princeton University Cognitive Science Lab Date: 09 Jul 1996 23:36:50 GMT We are thinking of using the Neural Net Toolbox in MatLab to prepare demonstrations and projects for students in a course in learning theory and would be grateful to hear about other courses that have done this. Are there better ideas? ======================================================================== Gilbert Harman Voicemail: 609-258-4301 Department of Philosophy Fax: 609-258-1502 Princeton University email: Princeton, NJ 08544-1006 The Math Forum

    Donald Davidson The PhilosophyLinguistics Connection 1967-76 Xperientialism. Athenaeum Reading Room. Donald Davidson The Philosophy-LinguisticsConnection 1967-76. gilbert harman Princeton University. March

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    20. Title: An Argument Against The Relativism Of 'Inner' Moral Judgments
    This essay is a response to an essay by gilbert harman entitled, "Moral Relativism Defended" 1 166. harman, gilbert, "Moral Relativism Defended" in Relativism Cognitive and Moral
    An Argument against the Relativism of 'Inner' Moral Judgments by David Thunder 17th April 1998 Back to articles Return to homepage An Argument Against the Relativism of 'Inner' Moral Judgments T his essay is a response to an essay by Gilbert Harman entitled, "Moral Relativism Defended" in which he makes the case for a particular form of moral relativism, which is based on an analysis of certain kinds of moral propositions or judgments. It is useful to distinguish (as Harman himself does) between the principal thesis of Harman's essay, which lays down certain conditions for the validity of moral 'ought' judgments; and the more contentious claim that moral agreements arise through a process of moral 'bargaining' . I am not concerned with this latter part of his thesis, since it is not an essential part of his relativism.
    1. Harman's main thesis and how he argues for it.
    Harman's moral relativism is a "soberly logical thesis - a thesis about logical form" (189

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