Mind, Cognition, and Neuroscience: A Philosophical Introduction

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Carolyn Dicey Jennings
University of California, Merced
Benjamin D. Young
University of Nevada, Reno
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Mind, Cognition, and Neuroscience: A Philosophical Introduction is specifically designed for interdisciplinary audiences. The textbook will offer a comprehensive overview of a wide range of contemporary topics that are relevant to the study of mind. Each chapter will situate current philosophical research and neuroscientific findings within historically relevant debates in philosophy of cognitive science. By situating cutting-edge research within the theoretical trajectory of the field, students will gain a fundamental understanding of the cognitive neurosciences, as well as the progressive nature of the field. To enable this level of detail, each chapter will be written by experts in their area of specialization. The textbook will be modeled upon scientific textbooks, making it accessible to a wide audience without presupposing a background in philosophy or neuroscience. Chapters include: Ch. 1 Introduction (Benjamin Young & Carolyn Dicey Jennings), Ch. 2 Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience (Adina Roskies), Ch. 3 Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Cognition (John Bickle & Ann-Sophie Barwich), Ch. 4 Introduction to Experimental Methods in Cognitive Neuroscience (Kristina Backer), Ch. 5 Introduction to Philosophy of Mind (Joe Vukov), Ch. 6 Introduction to Philosophy of Science (Carlos Mariscal), Ch. 7 Metaphysical issues of relevance to Cognitive Neuroscience (Crystal L'Hote), Ch. 8 Epistemic issues pertaining to Neuroscientific methods (Nina Atansova), Ch. 9 Thought and Artificial Intelligence (Diane Proudfoot and Jack Copeland), Ch. 10 Modularity (Aleksandra Mroczko-Wasowicz), Ch. 11 Mental Architecture (Pierre Poirier, Othalia Larue, Jean-Nicolas Bourdon, & Mylène Legault), Ch. 12 Language (David Pereplyotchik), Ch. 13 Mental Content (Tobias Schlict & Krzysztof Dolega), Ch. 14 Concepts and non-conceptual content (Arnon Cahen), Ch. 15 Animal Cognition (Irina Mikhalevich), Ch. 16 Kinds of Consciousness (Jacob Berger), Ch. 17 Philosophical Theories of Consciousness (William Lycan), Ch. 18 Neurobiological Theories of Consciousness (Myrto Mylopoulos), Ch. 19 Unity of Consciousness (Rocco Gennaro), Ch. 20 Attention (Carolyn Dicey Jennings), Ch. 21 Time and Memory (Felipe de Brigard & Sarah Robins), Ch. 22 The Unconscious Mind (Alon Goldstein, & Benjamin Young), Ch. 23 Perception (Tony Cheng), Ch. 24 Mental Imagery (Amy Kind), Ch. 25 Action and Skill (Katia Samoilova), Ch. 26 Embodiment and Enactivism (Amanda Corris & Tony Chemero), Ch. 27 Emotions (Jesse Prinz & Sarah Arnaud), Ch. 28 Social Cognition and Theory of Mind (Evan Westra), Ch. 29 Neuroscience and Psychopathologies (Dominic Murphy, Gemma Lucy Smart, & Alexander Pereira), and Ch. 30 NeuroEthics (Katrina Sifferd and Joshua VanArsdall).
Keywords cognitive neuroscience  philosophy of mind  naturalism  neuroethics  consciousness  dualism  animal cognition  reductionism  mechanism  representation
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