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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
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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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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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txt
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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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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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unknown
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1 online resource.
File format
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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