The Interplay of Consciousness and Concepts
Graduate studies at Western
Rocco J. Gennaro (ed.)
Imprint Academic (2007)
|Abstract||This is a special double issue of the Journal of Consciousness Studies (vol. 14, Sept/Oct) which I guest edited. It is also sold separately as a book and published by Imprint Academic. The essays are authored by both philosophers and psychologists (including Jose Bermudez, Georges Rey, Art Markman, Jesse Prinz, and Simon Baron-Cohen) and include topics such as conceptualism, phenomenal concepts, infant consciousness, and synesthesia.|
|Keywords||Philosophy of mind Consciousness concepts|
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|Call number||BD481.3.I585 2007|
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