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Philosophy of psychology : a contemporary introduction

Philosophy of psychology : a contemporary introduction

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Bermudez, Jose Luis.
Title Statement
Philosophy of psychology : a contemporary introduction / Jose Luis Bermudez.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   New York :   Routledge ,   2005.  
Physical Medium
xi, 377 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Routledge contemporary introductions to philosophy
ISBN
0415275946 (hardback : alk. paper) 0415275954 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Content Notes
Levels of psychological explanation and the interface problem -- Explanation at different levels -- Personal and subpersonal levels of explanation -- Horizontal explanation, vertical explanation, and commonsense psychology -- the interface problem and four pictures of the mind -- The nature of commonsense psychology: the autonomous mind and the functional mind -- The autonomous mind and commonsense psychology -- The autonomous mind and the interface problem -- The functional mind -- Philosophical functionalism and psychological functionalism -- Psychological functionalism and the interface problem -- Causes in the mind : from the functional mind to the -- Representational mind -- Causation by content : problems with the functional mind -- The representational mind and the language of thought -- The mind as a computer -- Neural networks and the neurocomputational mind -- Top-down explanation vs. the co-evolutionary research strategy -- Cognition, co-evolution, and the brain -- Neural network models -- Neural network modelling and the co-evolutionary research paradigm : the example of language -- Rationality, mental causation and commonsense psychology -- Real patterns without real causes -- How anomalous is the mental? -- The counterfactual approach -- The scope of commonsense psychology -- Thinking about the scope of commonsense psychology -- Implicit and explicit commonsense psychology : the broad construal -- Modest revisionism : the simulationist proposal -- Narrowing the scope of commonsense psychology (1) -- Narrowing the scope of commonsense psychology (2) -- Emotion perception in social interactions -- The indefinitely iterated prisoner's dilemma -- 6.5.3. frames and routines -- A suggestion? -- From perception to action -- From perception to action : the standard view -- Cognitive architecture and the standard view -- The distinction between perception and cognition -- Domain-specific reasoning and the massive modularity hypothesis -- Propositional attitudes : contents and vehicle -- Another look at the interface problem -- The argument for structure -- The problem of structure in artificial neural networks -- Rejecting the structure requirement -- Finding structure in artificial neural networks -- Words and thoughts -- Thinking in words (1) : the inner speech hypothesis -- Thinking in words (2) : the rewiring hypothesis -- The state of play -- Practical reasoning and the language of thought -- Perceptual integration -- Concept learning.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [350]-370) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Psychology -- Philosophy.
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Contents information

Author Introduction

Jose Luis Bermudez(지은이)

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Table of Contents

Introduction: What is the Philosophy of Psychology? 1. Levels of Psychological Explanation and the Interface Problem 2. The Nature of Commonsense Psychology: The Autonomous Mind and the Functional Mind 3. Causes in the Mind: From the Functional Mind to the Computational Mind 4. Neural Networks and the Neurobiological Mind 5. Rationality, Mental Causation and Commonsense Psychology 6. The Scope of Commonsense Psychology 7. From Perception to Action 8. Propositional Attitudes: Contents and Vehicle 9. Words and Thoughts


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