Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Mind
Brian McLaughlin (Rutgers) and Jonathan Cohen(UC,
San Diego), editors
Table of Contents
1 Ontology of the Mental
- Is non-reductive materialism viable?
- pro: Louise Antony
- anti: Paul Churchland (paper received)
- Is there an unresolved problem of mental causation?
- pro: Jaegwon Kim (paper received)
- anti: Barry Loewer
- Should physicalists be a priori physicalists?
- pro: Frank Jackson (draft received)
- anti: Brian McLaughlin
2 Mental Content
Is there a viable notion of narrow mental content?
Is the intentional essentially normative?
- pro: Gabriel Segal
- anti: Sarah Sawyer (January 06)
What is non-conceptual content?
- pro: Ralph Wedgwood
- anti: Georges Rey
Is externalism about mental content compatible with
- pro: Jerry Fodor (paper received)
- anti: Richard Heck
- pro: Anthony Brueckner (paper received)
- anti: Michael McKinsey (paper received)
- What is the phenomenology of conscious thinking?
- pro: Christopher Peacocke (paper received)
- anti: Jesse Prinz
- Is consciousness ontologically emergent from the physical?
- pro: Martine Nida-Rumelin
- anti: David Braddon-Mitchell
- How are phenomenal characters and intentional contents of
- pro: Michael Tye (paper received)
- anti: Sydney Shoemaker (paper received)