Daniel Weiskopf,Fred Adams's An Introduction to the Philosophy of Psychology (Cambridge PDF

By Daniel Weiskopf,Fred Adams

Psychology goals to provide us a systematic account of the way the brain works. yet what does it suggest to have a technology of the psychological, and what kind of photograph of the brain emerges from our greatest mental theories? This e-book addresses those philosophical puzzles in a manner that's available to readers with very little heritage in psychology or neuroscience. utilizing transparent and particular case reports and drawing on updated empirical learn, it examines notion and motion, the hyperlink among recognition and attention, the modularity of brain, how we comprehend different minds, and the effect of language on concept, in addition to the connection among brain, mind, physique, and international. the result's an built-in and complete evaluation of a lot of the structure of the brain, in an effort to be invaluable for either scholars and experts in philosophy, psychology, and cognitive science.

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