Philosophy of Mental Representation by Hugh ClapinPhilosophy of Mental Representation by Hugh Clapin

Philosophy of Mental Representation

EditorHugh Clapin

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In Philosophy of Mental Representation five of the most original and important thinkers in philosophy of mind engage in an overlapping dialogue about mental representation. In new papers, contributors Andy Clark, Robert Cummins, Daniel Dennett, John Haugeland and Brian Cantwell Smith eachinvestigate the views and claims of one of the other contributors regarding mental representation. The subject then offers a reply. An exciting feature of this collection is the dynamic discussion among all contributors following each exchange. This collection offersthe latest thinking on mental representation carefully and critically analysed by the leading thinkers in the field.
Hugh Clapin is an Associate Fellow at the University of Sydney.
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Title:Philosophy of Mental RepresentationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:348 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.77 inPublished:May 1, 2002Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Introduction1 On Clark1.1. John Haugeland: Andy Clark on Cognition and Representation1.2. Andy Clark: The Roots of 'Norm-Hungriness'1.3. Discussion2 On Dennett2.1. Andy Clark: Minds, Brains, and Tools2.2. Daniel Dennett: Reply to Clark2.3. Discussion3 On Haugeland3.1. Robert Cummins: Haugeland on Representation and Intentionality3.2. John Haugeland: Reply to Cummins3.3. Discussion4 On Cummins4.1. Brian Cantwell Smith: Cummins -- Or Something Isomorphic to Him4.2. Robert Cummins: Comments on Smith on Cummins4.3. Discussion5 On Smith5.1. Daniel Dennett: Brian Cantwell Smith5.2. Brian Cantwell Smith: Reply5.3. Discussion6 Tacit Representation in Functional Architecture6.1. Hugh Clapin6.2. DiscussionBibliography, Index