BRAIN THEORY: ESSAYS IN CRITICAL NEUROPHILOSOPHY Contents 0. Charles Wolfe (Ghent) Introduction Part I 1. Jean-Claude Dupont (Amiens) Memory traces between brain theory and philosophy 2. Stephen Gaukroger (Sydney) Pain and the Nature of Psychological Attributes 3. Jackie Sullivan (Western Ontario) Is the next frontier in neuroscience a ‘decade of the mind’? 4. Denis Forest (Paris-Nanterre) Neuroconstructivism: a developmental turn in cognitive neuroscience? Part II. 5. John Symons (Kansas) and Paco Calvo (Murcia) Computing with Bodies: Morphology, Function, and Computational Theory 6. Kellie Williamson and John Sutton (Macquarie) Embodied Collaboration in Small Groups 7. John Bickle (Mississippi State) Little-e eliminativism in mainstream cellular and molecular neuroscience: Tensions for neuro-normativity 8. William Hirstein and Katrina Sifferd (Elmhurst) Ethics and the Brains of Psychopaths: The Significance of Psychopaths for Ethical and Legal Reasoning 9. Sarah K. Robins (Kansas) Memory Traces, Memory Errors, and the Possibility of Neural Lie Detection Part III. 10. Sigrid Schmitz (Vienna) Feminist approaches to neurocultures 11. Luc Faucher (UQAM) Non-Reductive Integration in Social Cognitive Neuroscience: Multiple Systems Model and Situated Concepts 12. Nicolas Bullot (Macquarie) History, Causal Information, and the Neuroscience of Art: Toward a Psycho-Historical Theory 13. Warren Neidich (Berlin) The Architectonics of the Mind’s Eye in the Age of Cognitive Capitalism

Philosophy has long puzzled over the relation between mind and brain. This volume presents some of the state-of-the-art reflections on philosophical efforts to ‘make sense’ of neuroscience, as regards issue including neuroaesthetics, brain science and the law, neurofeminism, embodiment, race, memory and pain.

Brain theory : essays in critical neurophilosophy

Charles Wolfe
2014

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BRAIN THEORY: ESSAYS IN CRITICAL NEUROPHILOSOPHY Contents 0. Charles Wolfe (Ghent) Introduction Part I 1. Jean-Claude Dupont (Amiens) Memory traces between brain theory and philosophy 2. Stephen Gaukroger (Sydney) Pain and the Nature of Psychological Attributes 3. Jackie Sullivan (Western Ontario) Is the next frontier in neuroscience a ‘decade of the mind’? 4. Denis Forest (Paris-Nanterre) Neuroconstructivism: a developmental turn in cognitive neuroscience? Part II. 5. John Symons (Kansas) and Paco Calvo (Murcia) Computing with Bodies: Morphology, Function, and Computational Theory 6. Kellie Williamson and John Sutton (Macquarie) Embodied Collaboration in Small Groups 7. John Bickle (Mississippi State) Little-e eliminativism in mainstream cellular and molecular neuroscience: Tensions for neuro-normativity 8. William Hirstein and Katrina Sifferd (Elmhurst) Ethics and the Brains of Psychopaths: The Significance of Psychopaths for Ethical and Legal Reasoning 9. Sarah K. Robins (Kansas) Memory Traces, Memory Errors, and the Possibility of Neural Lie Detection Part III. 10. Sigrid Schmitz (Vienna) Feminist approaches to neurocultures 11. Luc Faucher (UQAM) Non-Reductive Integration in Social Cognitive Neuroscience: Multiple Systems Model and Situated Concepts 12. Nicolas Bullot (Macquarie) History, Causal Information, and the Neuroscience of Art: Toward a Psycho-Historical Theory 13. Warren Neidich (Berlin) The Architectonics of the Mind’s Eye in the Age of Cognitive Capitalism
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