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European review of philosophy.
imprint
Stanford [Calif.] : CSLI Publications, Center for the Study of Language and Information, c1994-1997.
description
2 v. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
1881526534 (v. 1) 1881526380 (v. 1, pbk.) 1575860732 (v. 2) 1575870724 (v. 2, pbk.)
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imprint
Stanford [Calif.] : CSLI Publications, Center for the Study of Language and Information, c1994-1997.
isbn
1881526534 (v. 1) 1881526380 (v. 1, pbk.) 1575860732 (v. 2) 1575870724 (v. 2, pbk.)
issn
1098-7274
contents note
v. 1. Philosophy of mind -- v. 2. Cognitive dynamics.
catalogue key
4023967
A Look Inside
Summaries
Main Description
This volume aims to provide a forum for rigorous international philosophical debate.
Unpaid Annotation
International philosophical debate in Europe until recently has often been confined within national borders. A new generation of philosophers, committed to restore a tradition of rigorous philosophical argumentation, is growing. European Review of Philosophy, an annual publication, is intended to offer them a place for communication and debate. It is meant to become their instrument of intellectual exchange. It primarily aims at authors not yet established in the philosophical circuit, working on a wide range of topics. This first volume contains a main thematical part with papers in the philosophy of mind addressing issues such as self-deception, other minds, qualia, and cognitive science. Volumes on other topics, such as the philosophy of language, and the philosophy of law, will follow.
Table of Contents
The de re/de dicto distinction: A plea for cognitive science
Hopes and doubts
Against Qualia: our direct perception of physical reality
The ontological status of computational states
Moore's paradox and partial belief
Truth and knowledge of other minds
Rationality and the structure of self-deception
Brains in vat and their minds
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