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  1. Raymond Tallis (2014). Aping Mankind: Neuromania, Darwinitis and the Misrepresentation of Humanity. Routledge.
    In a devastating critique Raymond Tallis exposes the exaggerated claims made for the ability of neuroscience and evolutionary theory to explain human consciousness, behaviour, culture and society. While readily acknowledging the astounding progress neuroscience has made in helping us understand how the brain works, Tallis directs his guns at neuroscience’s dark companion – "Neuromania" as he describes it – the belief that brain activity is not merely a necessary but a sufficient condition for human consciousness and that consequently our everyday (...)
     
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  2. Raymond Tallis (2003). The Hand a Philosophical Enquiry Into Human Being. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
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    Raymond Tallis (2008). Tallis in Wonderland: The Professor of Data-Lean Generalisations. Philosophy Now 68:46-47.
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  4. Raymond Tallis (2011). Aping Mankind: Neuromania, Darwinitis and the Misrepresentation of Humanity. Routledge.
    Biologism -- the belief that human beings are essentially animals and can be understood in biological terms -- is gaining increasing acceptance in contemporary thought. This trend is seemingly legitimised by genuine, often spectacular, advances in biological science: in human genetics, evolutionary theory and neuroscience. Our propensities, we are told, can be accounted for by "a gene for" this or that; everyday behaviour can be explained in Darwinian terms; and human consciousness is identified with the activity of the evolved brain. (...)
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    Raymond Tallis (2008). Tallis in Wonderland: George Moore's Hands. Philosophy Now 69:48-49.
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    Raymond Tallis (2009). Tallis in Wonderland. Philosophy Now 71:48-49.
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    Raymond Tallis (2004). Why Minds Are Not Computers (Continued). The Philosophers' Magazine 28 (28):60-60.
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    Raymond Tallis (2013). On Waiting. Philosophy Now 96:48-49.
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    Raymond Tallis (2012). The Shocking Yawn. Philosophy Now 93:48-49.
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    Raymond Tallis (2010). Recovering the Great Outdoors. The Philosophers' Magazine 50 (50):108-109.
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    Raymond Tallis (2011). My Brain Made Me Do It, Your Honour. The Philosophers' Magazine 55 (55):31-41.
    It is evident that every moment of our life we depend on having some kind of brain in working order. But it does not follow from this that we are a brain in working order.
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    Raymond Tallis (2001). Carpal Knowledge. Philosophy Now 33:24-27.
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    Raymond Tallis (2003). Justifying the Search. Philosophy Now 40:34-35.
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    Raymond Tallis (2011). On Points. Philosophy Now 87:48-49.
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    Raymond Tallis (2013). Where Is My Itch? Philosophy Now 94:50-51.
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  16. Raymond Tallis (1991). The Explicit Animal: A Defence of Human Consciousness. Macmillan Academic and Professional.
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    Raymond Tallis (2011). An Introduction To Incontinental Philosophy. Philosophy Now 85:48-49.
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    Mary Midgley, David Papineau, Raymond Tallis, Lewis Wolpert & Anja Steinbauer (2000). Round Table: Science Vs Philosophy? Philosophy Now 27:34-38.
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  19. Raymond Tallis (1988). In Defence of Realism.
     
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    Raymond Tallis (2013). Draining The River. Philosophy Now 95:48-49.
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    Raymond Tallis (2008). Tallis in Wonderland: On Not Choosing the Alternative. Philosophy Now 66:22-23.
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    Raymond C. Tallis (2003). Human Freedom as a Reality-Producing Illusion. The Monist 86 (2):200-219.
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    Raymond Tallis (2008). Tallis in Wonderland: Who Caught That Ball? Philosophy Now 65:38-39.
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    Raymond Tallis (2008). Tallis in Wonderland: Saving Truth. Philosophy Now 67:38-39.
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    Raymond Tallis (2011). Seeing Time. Philosophy Now 84:51-52.
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    Raymond Tallis (2012). A Conversation with My Neighbour. Philosophy Now 88:48-49.
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    Raymond Tallis (2007). Saving the Self. Philosophy Now 63:16-18.
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    Raymond Tallis (2011). The Soup and The Scaffolding. Philosophy Now 83:50-51.
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    Raymond Tallis (2011). Tallis in Wonderland: Biological Reasons To Be Cheerful Raymond Tallis Finds His Instinct for Being Good. Philosophy Now 82:50-51.
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    Raymond Tallis (2007). Enhancing Humanity. Philosophy Now 61:6-7.
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    Raymond Tallis (2006). Art (and Philosophy) and the Ultimate Aims of Human Life. Philosophy Now 57:7-9.
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    Raymond C. Tallis (1989). Tye on 'the Subjective Qualities of Experience': A Critique. Philosophical Investigations 12 (July):217-222.
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    Raymond Tallis (2012). You Chemical Scum, You. Philosophy Now 89:48-49.
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    Raymond Tallis (2007). Tallis in Wonderland: The Unthinkability of Philosophical Thought. Philosophy Now 64:24-25.
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    Raymond Tallis (2014). Causes As Oomph. Philosophy Now 100:48-49.
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    Raymond Tallis (1989). A Cure for Theorrhea. Critical Review 3 (1):7-39.
    FROM PRAGUE TO PARIS: A CRITIQUE OF STRUCTURALIST AND POST?STRUCTURALIST THOUGHT by J. G. Merquior New York: Methuen, 1986. 286 pp., $12.95 (paper).
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    Raymond Tallis (2012). Tallis in Wonderland: Did Time Begin With A Bang? Raymond Tallis Finds the Beginning of Time Doubly Problematic. Philosophy Now 92:48-49.
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    Raymond Tallis (2010). Tallis in Wonderland: The Myth of Time Travel. Philosophy Now 77:50-51.
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    Raymond Tallis (2009). Tallis in Wonderland: Why I Am An Atheist. Philosophy Now 73:47-48.
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    Raymond Tallis (2009). Tallis in Wonderland: Zhuangzi’s Bloody Butterfly. Philosophy Now 76:48-49.
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    Raymond Tallis (2010). 8 Identity and the Mind. In Giselle Walker & E. S. Leedham-Green (eds.), Identity. Cambridge University Press 21--184.
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    Raymond Tallis (2012). A Hasty Report From A Tearing Hurry. Philosophy Now 90:48-49.
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    Raymond Tallis (2013). Tallis in Wonderland: Naming Airy Nothings. Philosophy Now 98:48-49.
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    Raymond Tallis (2013). Tallis in Wonderland: Does The Universe Give A Toss? Philosophy Now 97:50-51.
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  45. Raymond Tallis (1991). A Critique of Neuromythology. In Raymond Tallis & Howard Robinson (eds.), The Pursuit of Mind. Carcanet 86--109.
     
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  46. Raymond Tallis (2002). A Conversation with Martin Heidegger. Palgrave.
    Martin Heidegger is one of the most important as well as one of the most difficult thinkers of the last century. Raymond Tallis, who has been arguing with Heidegger for over thirty years, illuminates his fundamental ideas through an imaginary conversation, which is both relaxed and rigorous, witty and profound.
     
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  47. Raymond Tallis (2016). Aping Mankind. Routledge.
    Neuroscience has made astounding progress in the understanding of the brain. What should we make of its claims to go beyond the brain and explain consciousness, behaviour and culture? Where should we draw the line? In this brilliant critique Raymond Tallis dismantles "Neuromania", arising out of the idea that we are reducible to our brains and "Darwinitis" according to which, since the brain is an evolved organ, we are entirely explicable within an evolutionary framework. With precision and acuity he argues (...)
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  48. Raymond Tallis (2014). A Small Explosion FromA Quiet Atheist. Philosophy Now 103:52-53.
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  49. Raymond Tallis (1999). Evidence-Based and Evidence-Free Generalisations: A Tale of Two Cultures. In David Fuller & Patricia Waugh (eds.), The Arts and Sciences of Criticism. OUP Oxford
     
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  50. Raymond Tallis (2014). Epimethean Imaginings: Philosophical and Other Meditations on Everyday Light. Routledge.
    These essays, written in the spirit of Goethe’s Epimetheus who "traces the quick deed to the dim realm of form-combining possibilities", display the depth and breadth of Tallis’s fascination with our lives. Whether discussing philosophical "hardy perennials" like time, or a mundane artefact like ink, Tallis challenges us to think differently about who we are and why we are. The first part of the book – Analysis – dives into the deep-end to explore some of the big questions in philosophy: (...)
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