Mind and Cognition
In the past thirty years the philosophy of mind has seen a massive shift of doctrine, of method, and of perspective. A hallmark of this shift is the unprecedented attention of philosophers to science: not only to psychology and linguistics, but also to computer science, evolutionary biology and neuroanatomy. This volume makes available to students, teachers and researchers the best and the most influential contributions to this shift.
Contributors J. B. Watson, R. Carnap, D. M. Armstrong, H. Putnam, D. C. Dennett, W. G. Lycan, E. Sober, R. van Gullick, F. Dretske, S. P. Stich, P. K. Feyerabend, P. M. Churchland, P. S. Churchland, P. W. Bechtel, J. A. Fodor, M. Devitt, T. Horgan, N. J. Block, F. Jackson, J. Levin, D. Lewis, C. L. Hardin, K. Campbell, K. Sterelny, N. Chomsky, D. Lightfoot, J. Haugeland
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