Recent developments for naturalizing the mind

Current Opinion in Psychiatry 24:502–506 (2011)

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Tim Thornton
University of Central Lancashire
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The philosophy of mind and psychiatry seem to be complementary disciplines investigating the same central issues. What is the nature of the mind, of the brain and body, and of their relation? Much of the work of both disciplines is concerned with those central issues.
Keywords interpretivism  rationality  reductionsim  representation  teleosemantics
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