哲学と神経科学:読本<br>Philosophy and the Neurosciences : A Reader

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哲学と神経科学:読本
Philosophy and the Neurosciences : A Reader

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By introducing key themes in philosophy of mind, philosophy of science and the basic concepts of neuroscience, this text provides philosophers with the necessary background to engage the neurosciences and offers neuroscientists an introduction to the relevant tools of philosophical analysis.

Table of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgments                        viii
List of Authors xii
Part I Neurophilosophical Foundations
Introduction 3 (1)
Pete Mandik
Philosophy Meets the Neurosciences 4 (19)
William Bechtel
Pete Mandik
Jennifer Mundale
Brain Metaphor and Brain Theory 23 (14)
John G. Daugman
Neuroanatomical Foundations of Cognition: 37 (18)
Connecting the Neuronal Level with the Study
of Higher Brain Areas
Jennifer Mundale
Epistemic Issues in Procuring Evidence about 55 (32)
the Brain: The Importance of Research
Instruments and Techniques
William Bechtel
Robert S. Stufflebeam
Questions for Further Study and Reflection 82 (3)
Part II Language
Introduction 85 (2)
William Bechtel
Remarks on the Seat of the Faculty of 87 (13)
Articulate Language, Followed by an
Observation of Aphemia
Paul Broca
Recent Works on Aphasia 100 (12)
Carl Wernicke
The Processing of Single Words Studied with 112 (22)
Positron Emission Tomography
Steven E. Petersen
Julie A. Fiez
Modularity, Domain Specificity and the 134 (18)
Development of Language
Elizabeth Bates
Linking Cognition and Brain: The Cognitive 152 (27)
Neuroscience of Language
William Bechtel
Questions for Further Study and Reflection 172 (5)
Part III Vision
Introduction 177 (2)
William Bechtel
Brain Mechanisms of Vision 179 (20)
David H. Hubel
Torsten N. Wiesel
Object Vision and Spatial Vision: Two 199 (10)
Cortical Pathways
Mortimer Mishkin
Leslie G. Ungerleider
Kathleen A. Macko
Neural Mechanisms of Form and Motion 209 (16)
Processing in the Primate Visual System
David C. Van Essen
Jack L. Gallant
Decomposing and Localizing Vision: An 225 (29)
Exemplar for Cognitive Neuroscience
William Bechtel
Questions for Further Study and Reflection 250 (3)
Part IV Consciousness
Introduction 253 (1)
Pete Mandik
Consciousness and Neuroscience 254 (24)
Francis Crick
Christof Koch
Functionalism, Dualism, and the 278 (17)
Neurocorrelates of Consciousness
Jesse Prinz
The Nature of Pain 295 (17)
Valerie Hardcastle
Points of View from the Brain's Eye View: 312 (20)
Subjectivity and Neural Representation
Pete Mandik
Questions for Further Study and Reflection 328 (3)
Part V Representation
Introduction 331 (1)
Pete Mandik
Representations: From Neural Systems to 332 (17)
Cognitive Systems
William Bechtel
The Architecture of Representation 349 (20)
Rick Grush
Of Sensory Systems and the ``Aboutness'' of 369 (26)
Mental States
Kathleen Akins
Brain Matters: A Case Against Representations 395 (24)
in the Brain
Robert S. Stufflebeam
Questions for Further Study and Reflection 414 (3)
Part VI Reduction
Introduction 417 (2)
Jennifer Mundale
Intertheoretic Reduction: A Neuroscientist's 419 (12)
Field Guide
Paul M. Churchland
Patricia S. Churchland
Explanatory Pluralism and the Co-evolution of 431 (26)
Theories of Science
Robert N. McCauley
McCauley's Demand for a Co-level Competitor 457 (10)
Paul M. Churchland
Patricia S. Churchland
Questions for Further Study and Reflection 466 (1)
Author Index 467 (10)
Subject Index 477