Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Mind Volume 1

ISBN : 9780198845850

Uriah Kriegel
416 Pages
144 x 223 mm
Pub date
Mar 2021
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Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Mind presents cutting-edge work in the philosophy of mind, combining invited articles and articles selected from submissions. Each volume will highlight two themes to bring focus to debates. The series will reflect the diversity of methods adopted in contemporary philosophy of mind and provide a venue for rigorous and innovative work by both established and up-and-coming voices in the field. The themes in this inaugural volume are the value of consciousness, and physicalism and naturalism. Other essays concern the nature of mental content, and dualism in medieval Islamic philosophy.


List of Contributors
I. The Value of Consciousness
1 Charles Siewert: Consciousness: Value, Concern, Respect
2 Roger Crisp: Towards a Global Hedonism
3 Diane O'Leary: The Value of Consciousness in Medicine
4 Hyunseop Kim: The Emotion of Fulfillment and Its Phenomenology
5 Matt Duncan: Experience is Knowledge
6 Chris Ranalli: The Special Value of Experience
II. Physicalism and Naturalism
7 Jonathan Schaffer: Ground Physicalism
8 Karen Bennett: Why I Am Not a Dualist
9 Lok-Chi Chan: On Characterising Metaphysical Naturalism
III. Content
10 Adam Pautz: Consciousness Meets Lewisian Interpretation Theory
11 Matthew Parrott and Anil Gomes: On Being Internally the Same
12 Antti Kauppinen: Relational Imperativism about Affective Valence
IV. History of Philosophy of Mind
13 Peter Adamson: From Known to Knower: Affinity Arguments for the Mind s Incorporeality in the Islamic World

About the author: 

Uriah Kriegel is Professor of Philosophy at Rice University. He is the author of Subjective Consciousness: A Self-Representational Theory (OUP, 2009), The Sources of Intentionality (OUP, 2011), The Varieties of Consciousness (OUP, 2015), and Brentano's Philosophical System: Mind, Being, Value (OUP, 2018).

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