Philosophy of Mind: A Guide and Anthology Paperback – 16 Oct 2003
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`It is written in a clear and straight- forward way, and I think it will be enormously helpful to students'The Times Higher Education Supplement
`The thought that has gone into producing this anthology makes it one of the best of its kind'The Times Higher Educaiton Supplement
About the Author
John Heil is Paul B. Freeland Professor of Philosophy at Davidson College and Professor of Philosophy at Monash University. He has taught or held research appointments at Brown University, the University of Rochester, Cornell University, the National Humanities Center, Virginia Commonwealth University and Randolph-Macon Woman's College.
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The Anthology is split into twelve sections titled:
Mind/Body problem Insoluble?
Challenges to contemporary Materialism
All the famous writers and papers are here, Searle, Nagel, Jackson, Kim, Davidson, Chalmers, Dennett, Armstrong, Block, Putnam, Frodor, Turing, Churchland, Smart and many more.
What's more the editor of this collection offers an introduction to each of the tweleve sections along with philosophical questions on each paper.
As a postgrad doing research in philosophy of mind, I find this anthology is invaluable to me. Most of the articles I need are all in this one book.
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Heil gives a brief introduction to each section which can prove to be helpful and it sets the mood and gives the general idea behind the arguments and theories. I found them helpful.
Book was labeled "Used - Good", "Good" being the condition of the book. Aside from some minor highlighting/circling on a few pages and some turned back corners, the book looks absolutely brand new. No tears, no yellowing, nothing! Fantastic. Only thing I didn't like was the three or so stickers placed on the book by, I assume, the seller. No biggie, though. Being a broke college student, saving the 35 or so dollars was totally worth it.
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