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Proceedings of the British Academy, Volume 83

Objectivity, Simulation and the Unity of Consciousness:
Current Issues in the Philosophy of Mind

edited by Christopher Peacocke

[arises from 1993 Philosophical Symposium]

Volume published 1994 To open a PDF file, click on ARTICLE

Author

Title

pages

 
Christopher Peacocke Preface ix ARTICLE 
Christopher Peacocke Introduction: The Issues and their Further Development xi-xxvi ARTICLE 
John Campbell Objects and Objectivity 3-20 ARTICLE 
Bill Brewer [Commentary] Thoughts about Objects, Places and Times 21-34 ARTICLE 
John O’Keefe [Commentary] Cognitive Maps, Time and Causality 35-45 ARTICLE 
Susan Hurley Unity and Objectivity 49-77 ARTICLE 
Anthony Marcel [Commentary] What is Relevant to the Unity of Consciousness? 79-88 ARTICLE 
Michael Lockwood [Commentary] Issues of Unity and Objectivity 89-95 ARTICLE 
Martin Davies The Mental Simulation Debate 99-127 ARTICLE 
Jane Heal [Commentary] Simulation vs. Theory Theory: What is at Issue? 129-144 ARTICLE 
Josef Perner [Commentary] The Necessity and Impossibility of Simulation 145-154 ARTICLE 

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