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The Rediscovery of the Mind
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What's wrong with the philosophy of mind; the recent history of materialism - the same mistake over and over, appendix - is there a problem about folk psychology?; breaking the hold - silicon brains, conscious robots, and other minds; consciousness and its place in nature; reductionism and the irreducibility of consciousness; the structure of consciousness - an introduction; the unconscious and its relation to consciousness; consciousness, intentionality and the background; the critique of cognitive reason; the proper study.

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This is as entertaining as serious philosophy gets. -- Theodore Roszak New Scientist The computationalists have probably never had such a powerful challenge as this book. -- Anthony Gottlieb New York Times Book Review

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John R. Searle is Mills Professor of the Philosophy of Mind and Language at the University of California, Berkeley.

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"This is as entertaining as serious philosophy gets." Theodore Roszak, New Scientist "The computationalists have probably never had such a powerful challenge as this book." Anthony Gottlieb, New York Times Book Review

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