Knowledge and mind: A philosophical introduction [Chapter 3] by Andrew Brook; Robert Stainton

By Andrew Brook; Robert Stainton

Creation to Philosophy, wisdom, and brain -- Epistemology -- Philosophy of brain -- Epilogue: Arguments, Philosophical and another way -- wisdom -- realizing the exterior international -- A Skeptical Argument -- Objections to External-World Skepticism and Replies -- Epilogue: The Gettier 'Paradox' and information as Justified precise trust -- wisdom of Language -- the character of Linguistic wisdom -- the purchase of Linguistic wisdom -- Language and proposal -- A common Language of inspiration (LOT)? -- Epilogue to half I: the character and strategies of Philosophy -- brain -- brain and physique: The Metaphysics of brain -- creation: Conflicting Visions of the brain -- What Makes anything psychological? -- A Wealth of Positions -- brain and physique: What should still We think? -- Why Has Dualism Had the sort of powerful attraction? -- 4 Arguments for Dualism -- evaluation of the Arguments -- What may still We think? -- Is the brain essentially a logo Processor? -- can we have to examine the mind? -- Why isn't really Functionalism simply solid previous Dualism in New outfits? -- Immortality back: do we wait for lifestyles after dying? -- loose selection -- A initial Definition -- Why Freedom of selection concerns -- Freedom of selection and Freedom of motion -- Positions and differences -- The Compatibilist problem -- Compatibilists on loose selection -- Implications of Compatibilism -- First Objection: the thrill of Modality -- moment Objection: does not Compatibilism go away whatever very important Out? -- bearing on wisdom to brain -- wisdom of Minds -- the matter of alternative Minds

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