Explaining the mind: Problems, problems

Philosophical Explorations 41:36-42 (2001)
Abstract
The mind/body problem is the feeling/function problem: How and why do feeling systems feel? The problem is not just "hard" but insoluble . Fortunately, the "easy" problems of cognitive science are not insoluble. Five books are reviewed in this context
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