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PPR451: Philosophy of Mind and Psychology
This module will introduce students to a number of different methodologies that can be used in the philosophy of mind and psychology. Each methodology will be discussed through a consideration of an illustrative example. Thus we will also examine in detail a number of debates in the philosophy of mind and psychology.
Austin, J.L. (1962) Sense and Sensibilia.
Carruthers, P. and P. Smith (eds.) (1996) Theories of Theories of Mind. Especially papers in Part 1.
Chalmers, D. (1996) The Conscious Mind
Clark, A. (1998) Being There.
Davies, M and T. Stone (eds) Mental Simulation.
Davies, M and T. Stone (eds.) (1995) Folk psychology. Especially papers by Heal, Stichs and Nichols.
Dennett, D. (1994) Consciousness Explained.
Fodor, J. (2000) The mind doesn't work that way.
Goldberg, S. (1996) The Twin Earth Chronicles.
Jackson, F. (1998) From Metaphysics to Ethics: A Defence of Conceptual Analysis
Jackson, F. , P. Ludlow et al (2004) There's something about Mary.
Kirk, R (2005) Zombies and Consciousness
Ryle, G. (1949) The Concept of Mind.
Sorensen, R. (1998) Thought Experiments
Wilkes, K (1988) Real People: Personal Identity without Thought Experiments.
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