New Waves in Philosophy of Mind
M. Sprevak, J. Kallestrup
Springer, Mar 23, 2014 - Psychology - 327 pages
Philosophy of mind is one of the core disciplines in philosophy. The questions that it deals with are profound, vexed and intriguing. This volume of 15 new cutting-edge essays gives young researchers a chance to stir up new ideas. The topics covered include the nature of consciousness, cognition, and action.
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