|Mind and Body: Rene Descartes to William James|
By robert h. wozniak , bryn mawr college. history of philosophical and scientific reactions to " the cartesian impasse" . spanish translation available.
|Mind and Mechanism - Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews|
Varol akman reviews this book by drew v. mcdermott.
Discusses the contention that a given mental kind (property , state , event) is realized by distinct physical kinds. from the stanford encyclopedia , by john bickle.
|Neuropsychology and Personalist Dualism|
Titus rivas discusses alleged empirical evidence against the ontological tradition of substantialist dualism , such as data of split-brain research.
|Non-Cartesian Cognitive Science. |
Many helpfully categorized links and introductory material concerning embodied/situated approaches to cognition , ranging from artificial life research to existentialism. by ronald lemmen.
The doctrine that mind is a fundamental feature of the world which exists throughout the universe; from the stanford encyclopedia by william seager.
|Parsimony and the Mind|
The principle of parsimony and its application to the mind-body problem
|PCID Philosophy of Mind Issue|
A special issue of the open source online journal progress in complexity , information , and design (pcid) containing eight essays outlining non-reductive theories of the mind.
An overview of the philosophy of mind. this site explores the various theories of mind , and of how the mental relates to the physical.
|Reflections on Language and Mind|
Article by daniel dennett (1996).
|Simulation, Consciousness, Existence|
A view on consciousness , universal existence , nothingness , reality.
Condensed edition of descartes' 'meditations' , with study notes and glossary.
|Stanford Encyclopedia - The Computational Theory of Mind|
The philosophical theory that the mind is , or functions like , a computer; by steven horst.
|Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy - The Turing Test|
Proposal due to alan turing for a criterion of the presence of mind or consciousness; by graham oppy and david dowe.
|SWIF Philosophy of Mind|
Bibliographies by topic and author , event listings , online texts , new books (with links) , and many links to online reference works , relevant institutions , journal home pages , and other sites.