Syllabus - PART I. THE MIND-BODY PROBLEM Wk 1 (Aug 21) Th,...

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PART I. THE MIND-BODY PROBLEM Wk 1 (Aug 21) Th, Introduction Wk 2 (Aug 26, 28) T, Science-Based Dualism , Chalmers, 1-2, Robinson, ‘Dualism,’ secs. 1-3, SEP , Thomas, ‘Mental Imagery,’ sec.4.1-4, SEP , Smart, 64-65, Lycan, ‘Representational Theories of Consciousness,’ secs.1, 3.1, SEP ; Th, Philosophical Dualism, Descartes, 10-23, Robinson, ‘Dualism,’ sec. 4.3, SEP , Kripke, 329-334, Hill, 334-340, Kim, 170-179. Wk 3 (Sept 2, 4) T, Versions of Behaviorism, Chalmers, 3; Carnap, 39-44; Graham, ‘Behaviorism,’ SEP , secs. 1-6.; Th, Assorted Problems, Putnam, 39-54; Tolman, ‘Cognitive Maps in Rats and Men,’ reserve ; Graham, ‘Behaviorism,’ SEP , sec. 7. Wk 4 (Sept 9, 11) T, Mind-Brain Identity & Reduction, Chalmers, 4-5; Smart, 60-68; Th, Problems, Fodor, 126-135; Kim, 135- 149; Bickle, ‘Multiple Realizability,’ SEP . Wk 5 (Sept 16, 18) T, Functionalism & Computation, Chalmers, 5-6, Putnam, 73-79; Levin, ‘Functionalism,’ SEP , secs. 1-4; Th, Assorted Problems,
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