Series: Philosophical Issues in Science.
Series: Philosophical Issues in Science. Paperback: 320 pages. Bottom line is - for people really serious about consciousness, I think this book is worth adding to the library.
Theories of Consciousness: an introduction and assessment/William Seager. p. cm. – (Philosophical issues in science).
REAL HISTORY Martin Bunzl. BRUTE SCIENCE Hugh LaFollette and Niall Shanks. THEORIES OF CONSCIOUSNESS An introduction and assessment William Seager. Theories of. Consciousness. An introduction and assessment. Theories of Consciousness: an introduction and assessment/William Seager. Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. Consciousness 2. Mind and body.
Part I: Philosophical Theories of Consciousness. Part II: Scientific Theories of Consciousness. Epilogue: A Brief Tour of the Introductions to Consciousness Studies. Science cannot be deaf to conceptual analy-ses, as much as philosophy cannot be blind to scientic results. Arguably, the most fruitful methodology for studying the human mind is to favor a multidisciplinary and highly integrated approach, capable of combining relevant ndings from differ-ent disciplines.
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The book's broad scope, depth of coverage and focus on key philosophical positions and arguments make it an indispensable text for those teaching or studying philosophy of mind and psychology.
The problem of consciousness is arguably the central issue in current theorizing about the mind. We need to understand both what consciousness is and how it relates to other, nonconscious, aspects of reality. History of the issue. 2. Concepts of Consciousness. Creature Consciousness.
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William Seager is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Toronto, Scarborough, Canada, where he has taught for over 25 years
William Seager is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Toronto, Scarborough, Canada, where he has taught for over 25 years. He is the author of Metaphysics of Consciousness (1991), and Natural Fabrications: Science, Emergence and Consciousness (2012).
This text seemed to be directed to freshman-level college students to introduce the idea that they will encounter instances in their work that demand they take a stand
This text seemed to be directed to freshman-level college students to introduce the idea that they will encounter instances in their work that demand they take a stand. But the content appeared to focus disproportionately on the power differential between PIs and young grad students and/or lab workers