Philosophical Foundations of Neuroscience
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Description: In this work, two distinguished figures from neuroscience and philosophy present a detailed critical survey of the philosophical foundations of cognitive neuroscience. The book gives a critical conceptual overview of the difficulties encountered in many current neuroscientific theories.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/18/2003
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.50" tall
|Philosophical Problems In Neuroscience|
|Their Historical and Conceptual Roots|
|The Early Growth Of Neuroscientific Knowledge|
|The Integrative Action Of The Nervous System.Aristotle, Galen And Nemesius|
|The Origins Of The Ventricular Doctrine.Fernel And Descartes|
|The Demise Of The Ventricular Doctrine.The Cortical Doctrine Of Willis And Its Aftermath.The Conception Of A Reflex|
|Bell, Magendie And Marshall Hall.Localizing Function In The Cortex:|
|Broca, Fritz And Hitzig.The Integrative Action Of The Nervous System|
|The Cortex And The Mind In The Work Of Sherrington And His Proteges|
|The Continuing Cartesian Impact.Edgar Adrian: Hesitant Cartesianism John Eccles And The 'Liaison Brain '.Wilder Penfield And The 'Highest Brain Mechanism '|
|The Mereological Fallacy And Its Manifestation In Contemporary Neuroscientific Thought.Mereological Confusions In Cognitive Neuroscience:|
|On The Grounds For Ascribing Psychological Predicates To A Being:|
|On The Grounds For Misascribing Psychological Predicates To An Inner Entity: (Damasio, Edelman And Tononi, Kosslyn And Ochsner, Searle, James, Libet, Humphrey, Blakemore, Crick)|
|The Inner: (Damasio).Introspection:|
|Privileged Access: Direct And Indirect: (Blakemore).Privacy Or Subjectivity: (Searle)|
|The Meaning Of Psychological Predicates And How They Are Learnt: (Searle)|
|Of The Mind And Its Nature:|
|Human Faculties and Contemporary Neuroscience: an Analysis:Preliminaries.Brain-Body Dualism:|
|The Category Of The Psychological:|
|Sensation and Perception.Sensation:|
|Perception As Hypothesis Formation: Helmholtz:|