A Note on Professor Sir Henry Cohen's Manson Lecture "The Status of Brain in the Concept of Mind," Philosophy, July, 1952

Philosophy 29 (109):158 - 159 (1954)
Professor Cohen makes extensive reference to a lecture “Hypotheses relating to the brain-mind problem” which was published in Nature . He gives a succinct account of the suggestions that I put forward, and then goes on to state that they “illustrate two fallacies which are to be found in so many contributions to the study of the body-mind relationship.” Be that as it may, but Professor Cohen has chosen most unsuitable illustrations, for in both cases they are based on misunderstandings of my article
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