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by Christopher S. Hill
The topic of this book belongs to what is usually thought of as the philosophy of mind, but it is very much the work of a metaphysician and logician.
The topic of this book belongs to what is usually thought of as the philosophy of mind, but it is very much the work of a metaphysician and logician. It is a pleasure to read a book in which an author who talks about 'functional roles' takes the trouble to say what ontological category these objects belong to and what individuates them.
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According to type materialism, sensations are only possessed by human beings and members of related biological species; silicon-based androids cannot have sensations. Series: Cambridge Studies in Philosophy. The author rebuts several other rival theories (dualism, double aspect theory, eliminative materialism, functionalism), and explores a number of important issues: the forms and limits of introspective awareness of sensations, the semantic properties of sensory concepts, knowledge of other minds, and unity of consciousness.
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Block, . 1978, ‘Troubles with Functionalism’, in C. W. Savage (e.,Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science 9, 261–325. Boyd, . 1980, ‘Materialism without Reductionism: What Physicalism Does Not Entail,’ in N. Block, (e.,Readings in Philosophy of Psychology I, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass.
Cambridge Core - Logic - Sensations - by Christopher S. Hill. A Defense of Type Materialism. The book is a significant contribution to the philosophy of mind, and has much to say to psychologists and cognitive scientists.
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