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  1. José Hierro Sánchez Pescador (2007). What is Mental? Revista de Filosofia 32:5-16.
    The object of the essay is to examine what is basically mental in humans as compared to animals. Differences in respect of the concept of will and in respect of the concept of intellect are examined following ideas expressed by Anthony Kenny in The Metaphysics of Mind, and some criticisms are suggested. Accepting the thesis put forward by Edelman as well as by Damasio that a neurological self is necessary for the development of consciousness, a scientific reading is given to (...)
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  2. José Hierro Sánchez Pescador (2006). ¿Por qué hablar de la mente? Revista de Filosofia 31:67-81.
    El intento de librarnos del dualismo sustancialista cartesiano conduce a algunos a traspasar el dualismo a nuestros esquemas de conceptualización. Así, Feigl coloca la distinción entre lo físico y lo mental en un nivel epistemológico, aceptando como distintivo de lo mental un conocimiento directo e inmediato que no tiene lugar con respecto a lo físico, aun cuando acepte la identidad entre los estados mentales y los estados cerebrales. De modo parecido, Davidson, manteniendo que todo suceso es físico, caracteriza lo mental (...)
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  3. José Hierro Sánchez Pescador (1995). En torno a la intencionalidad. Revista de Filosofia 14 (2):29-44.
    Attempting to escape from the substantialist cartesian dualism, some take our conceptual schemes as dualist. Thus, Feigl makes the distinction between the mental and the physical from an epistemological viewpoint, accepting as distinctive of the mental a direct and immediate knowledge which has no place in the physical, but however he accepts the identity between mental states and neurological states. In a similar way, Davidson, stating that all events are physical, characterizes the mental as a specific manner of describing neurological (...)
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  4. José Hierro S. Pescador (1992). La idea de mostrar en el Tractatus de Wittgenstein. Theoria 7 (1/2/3):159-159.
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  5. José Hierro Pescador (1985). Mundos Imposibles. Theoria 1 (1):143-157.
    An impossible world is a world which necessarily does not exist. Besides the paradigm of necessity, wich is logical necesslty, we must consider physical necessity and ethical necessity, both of wich can beexpressed in terms of logical necessity, in the way suggested by Montague. Accordingly, an impossible world can be logically impossible, physically impossible or ethically impossible, but in every case the impossibility can be reduced to logical impossibility, and in consequence an impossible world is irrational and cannot be understood (...)
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  6. José Hierro S. Pescador (1985). Teoría de Lós Categorías En la Filosofía Analítica. Theoria 1 (2):571-572.
     
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