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The Resource Biology and subjectivity : philosophical contributions to non-reductive neuroscience, Miguel García-Valdecasas, José Ignacio Murillo, Nathaniel F. Barrett, editors, (electronic book)

Biology and subjectivity : philosophical contributions to non-reductive neuroscience, Miguel García-Valdecasas, José Ignacio Murillo, Nathaniel F. Barrett, editors, (electronic book)

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Biology and subjectivity : philosophical contributions to non-reductive neuroscience
Title
Biology and subjectivity
Title remainder
philosophical contributions to non-reductive neuroscience
Statement of responsibility
Miguel García-Valdecasas, José Ignacio Murillo, Nathaniel F. Barrett, editors
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eng
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126
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LC call number
BD223
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • García-Valdecasas, Miguel
  • Murillo, José Ignacio
  • Barrett, Nathaniel F.
Series statement
Historical-analytical studies on nature, mind and action
Series volume
volume 2
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  • Subject (Philosophy)
  • Philosophy of mind
  • Cognitive neuroscience
  • Neurosciences
  • Mind and body
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Biology and subjectivity : philosophical contributions to non-reductive neuroscience, Miguel García-Valdecasas, José Ignacio Murillo, Nathaniel F. Barrett, editors, (electronic book)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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text
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Contents
  • Chapter 1: Biology and Subjectivity: Philosophical Contributions to a Non-reductive Neuroscience; References; Chapter 2: Self-Consciousness, Personal Identity, and the Challenge of Neuroscience; 2.1 The Challenge of Neuroscience; 2.2 Naturalism; 2.3 Self-Consciousness; 2.4 The Identity of a Person Over Time; 2.5 Manifestations of the Mind; References; Chapter 3: Mind vs. Body and Other False Dilemmas of Post-Cartesian Philosophy of Mind; 3.1 Introduction: What Are False Dilemmas and Why Are They Important?; 3.2 A "Catalog" of False Dilemmas of Modern Philosophy of Mind
  • 3.3 Ockham's Externalism3.4 Exorcizing the Demon Without an Appeal to Solipsistic Certainty; 3.5 The Hyper-Externalism of Aquinas and the Pervasiveness of Forms; 3.6 Rolling Back Our False Dilemmas; References; Chapter 4: Hylomorphism: Emergent Properties without Emergentism; 4.1 The Hylomorphic Notion of Structure; 4.2 Sparse Properties and Powers; 4.3 Individual-Making Structures; 4.4 Hylomorphic Composition; 4.5 Activity-Making Structures and Embodiment; 4.6 Naturalistic, Antireductive, and Unmysterious; References
  • Chapter 5: Remarks on the Ontology of Living Beings and the Causality of Their Behavior5.1 Two Arguments for the Ontological Difference Between Corporeal and Psychic Reality; 5.2 The Somatic as Symptom of the Psychic; 5.3 An Example of the Causality of the Psychic as Such; 5.4 A Proposal for a General Model: Psychophysical Causality Through "Favoring"; References; Chapter 6: Does the Principle of Causal Closure Account for Natural Teleology?; 6.1 On the Meaning and Significance of 'Causal Closure'; 6.2 Aristotle's World of Natural Ends
  • 6.3 The Principle of the Irreducibility of Forms and EndsReferences; Chapter 7: Body, Time and Subject; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Internal and External Perspectives on the Body; 7.3 The Dual Aspectivity of Living Beings; 7.4 The Living Being and Temporality; 7.5 Temporality and Subjectivity; 7.6 Movement, Operation and Time in an Aristotelian Approach; 7.7 An Aristotelian Perspective on the Experience of the Body; 7.8 Presence, Subject, Self; References; Chapter 8: The Enactive Philosophy of Embodiment: From Biological Foundations of Agency to the Phenomenology of Subjectivity; 8.1 Introduction
  • 8.2 Biological Foundations of Agency8.3 From Affective Agency to Subjective Self; 8.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 9: Radicalizing the Phenomenology of Basic Minds with Levinas and Merleau-Ponty; 9.1 Radicalism, Basic Minds, and Phenomenology; 9.2 False Starts: Representation in Husserl and Heidegger; 9.3 Levinas' Sensibility: Embodied Intentionality Without Semantic Content; 9.4 Merleau-Ponty's Dynamic, Synergetic View of Basic Minds; 9.5 Conclusion: Radicalizing the Phenomenology of Basic Minds; References; Chapter 10: Mind and Value; 10.1 Introduction
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9783319305011
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Label
Biology and subjectivity : philosophical contributions to non-reductive neuroscience, Miguel García-Valdecasas, José Ignacio Murillo, Nathaniel F. Barrett, editors, (electronic book)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Chapter 1: Biology and Subjectivity: Philosophical Contributions to a Non-reductive Neuroscience; References; Chapter 2: Self-Consciousness, Personal Identity, and the Challenge of Neuroscience; 2.1 The Challenge of Neuroscience; 2.2 Naturalism; 2.3 Self-Consciousness; 2.4 The Identity of a Person Over Time; 2.5 Manifestations of the Mind; References; Chapter 3: Mind vs. Body and Other False Dilemmas of Post-Cartesian Philosophy of Mind; 3.1 Introduction: What Are False Dilemmas and Why Are They Important?; 3.2 A "Catalog" of False Dilemmas of Modern Philosophy of Mind
  • 3.3 Ockham's Externalism3.4 Exorcizing the Demon Without an Appeal to Solipsistic Certainty; 3.5 The Hyper-Externalism of Aquinas and the Pervasiveness of Forms; 3.6 Rolling Back Our False Dilemmas; References; Chapter 4: Hylomorphism: Emergent Properties without Emergentism; 4.1 The Hylomorphic Notion of Structure; 4.2 Sparse Properties and Powers; 4.3 Individual-Making Structures; 4.4 Hylomorphic Composition; 4.5 Activity-Making Structures and Embodiment; 4.6 Naturalistic, Antireductive, and Unmysterious; References
  • Chapter 5: Remarks on the Ontology of Living Beings and the Causality of Their Behavior5.1 Two Arguments for the Ontological Difference Between Corporeal and Psychic Reality; 5.2 The Somatic as Symptom of the Psychic; 5.3 An Example of the Causality of the Psychic as Such; 5.4 A Proposal for a General Model: Psychophysical Causality Through "Favoring"; References; Chapter 6: Does the Principle of Causal Closure Account for Natural Teleology?; 6.1 On the Meaning and Significance of 'Causal Closure'; 6.2 Aristotle's World of Natural Ends
  • 6.3 The Principle of the Irreducibility of Forms and EndsReferences; Chapter 7: Body, Time and Subject; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Internal and External Perspectives on the Body; 7.3 The Dual Aspectivity of Living Beings; 7.4 The Living Being and Temporality; 7.5 Temporality and Subjectivity; 7.6 Movement, Operation and Time in an Aristotelian Approach; 7.7 An Aristotelian Perspective on the Experience of the Body; 7.8 Presence, Subject, Self; References; Chapter 8: The Enactive Philosophy of Embodiment: From Biological Foundations of Agency to the Phenomenology of Subjectivity; 8.1 Introduction
  • 8.2 Biological Foundations of Agency8.3 From Affective Agency to Subjective Self; 8.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 9: Radicalizing the Phenomenology of Basic Minds with Levinas and Merleau-Ponty; 9.1 Radicalism, Basic Minds, and Phenomenology; 9.2 False Starts: Representation in Husserl and Heidegger; 9.3 Levinas' Sensibility: Embodied Intentionality Without Semantic Content; 9.4 Merleau-Ponty's Dynamic, Synergetic View of Basic Minds; 9.5 Conclusion: Radicalizing the Phenomenology of Basic Minds; References; Chapter 10: Mind and Value; 10.1 Introduction
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SPR957557892
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Extent
1 online resource.
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783319305011
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
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