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Toward a New Existentialism Mind The Nature and Plausibility of Cognitivism Understanding Natural Language Hume on Personal Identity Matter Analog and Analog Weak Supervenience Ontological Supervenience Meaning The Intentionality All-Stars Representational Genera Mind Embodied and Embedded Truth Objective Perception Pattern & Being Understanding: Dennett and Searle Truth and Rule-Following

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John Haugeland was Professor of Philosophy at the University of Chicago.

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Researchers and students in cognitive science and philosophy of mind will welcome this collection of 13 essays... A 'must' for any serious collection in cognitive science and philosophy of mind. -- R. M. Stewart * Choice *
This very readable but concise book will serve as an invaluable introduction to the philosophy of cognitive psychology from a critical perspective. It will be useful for all working in the area of cognitive psychology and neural modeling who are interested in understanding the philosophical assumptions underlying the current research activities. * South Pacific Journal of Pscyhology *

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