Mind and Brain: A Theory of Determinism, Volume 1

Paperback | September 1, 1980

byTed Honderich

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* The magnum opus of a distinguished philosopher Mind and Brain was originally published as the first two parts of a single-volume hardback edition. In it, Ted Honderich considers the exact nature of the relation between mental and neural events, how both sorts of events come about, and their relation to actions. The answers that Honderichgives constitute a new determinist philosophy of mind.

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Mind and Brain was originally published as the first two parts of a single-volume hardback edition of A Theory of Determinism.

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* The magnum opus of a distinguished philosopher Mind and Brain was originally published as the first two parts of a single-volume hardback edition. In it, Ted Honderich considers the exact nature of the relation between mental and neural events, how both sorts of events come about, and their relation to actions. The answers that Ho...

Ted Honderich is at University College London.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:412 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.94 inPublished:September 1, 1980Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198242824

ISBN - 13:9780198242826

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Mind and Brain was originally published as the first two parts of a single-volume hardback edition of A Theory of Determinism.

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'truly encyclopedic contribution to the controversy surrounding determinism ... his book is indispensable to anyone who is eager to become clear about the present power of determinism.'Ingmar Persson, Lund University, Theoria