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Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Mind

Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Mind

by Justin Sytsma
     
 

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The past decade has witnessed an exciting (and controversial) new approach to philosophy: Experimental philosophers aim to supplement, and perhaps to supplant, traditional philosophical approaches by employing empirical methods from the social sciences. In Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Mind, leading experimental philosophers apply these methods to

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The past decade has witnessed an exciting (and controversial) new approach to philosophy: Experimental philosophers aim to supplement, and perhaps to supplant, traditional philosophical approaches by employing empirical methods from the social sciences. In Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Mind, leading experimental philosophers apply these methods to questions about the nature of the mind, the self, consciousness, moral judgment, and concepts.

By bringing empirical methods to bear on key issues, Advances in Experimental Philosophy of Mind pushes the debates forward, casting new insight on perennial problems. This is an essential resource for professors, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates interested in either philosophy of mind or the burgeoning field of experimental philosophy.

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“Justin Sytsma has assembled a useful snapshot of the current state of experimental philosophy of mind. Each article builds on a substantial body of previous work in psychology, experimental philosophy, and traditional philosophy. Because of this, the chapters deliver compelling contributions to the literature on mental state attributions, moral judgments, personal identity, and concepts.” —Kaija Mortensen, Randolph College, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Kaija Mortensen

Justin Sytsma has assembled a useful snapshot of the current state of experimental philosophy of mind. Each article builds on a substantial body of previous work in psychology, experimental philosophy, and traditional philosophy. Because of this, the chapters deliver compelling contributions to the literature on mental state attributions, moral judgments, personal identity, and concepts.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781472507723
Publisher:
Bloomsbury USA
Publication date:
03/27/2014
Series:
Advances in Experimental Philosophy
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
240
File size:
2 MB

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Justin Sytsma is a Lecturer in Philosophy at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand
Justin Sytsma is a Lecturer in Philosophy at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

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