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The latest issue of JMB is now available. I especially want to bring your attention to the Critical Notice of Susan Haack’s latest book Evidence Matters: Science, Proof, and Truth in the Law reviewed here by Erica Beecher–Monas. Erica Beecher–Monasjournal of mind and behaviorsusan haack
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The latest issue of JMB is now available. The reviews are of particular interest since the Critical Notice is devoted to my chum Joaquín Fuster’s The Neuroscience of Freedom and Creativity: Our Predictive Brain written by Valerie Gray Hardcastle; a standard review by Maria Pia Paganelli of yours truly’s coedited Propriety and Prosperity: New Studies on the Philosophy of…
The latest issue of JMB is now available. Two articles have caught my attention: “Deep Naturalism: Patterns in Art and Mind” by Liz Stillwaggon Swan and “Problematizing Tye’s Intentionalism: The Content of Bodily Sensations, Emotions, and Moods” by Juan J. Colomina ArtCognitionCognitive neuroscienceCognitive scienceconsciousnessEmbodied cognitive scienceintentionalityjournal of mind and behaviorJuan ColominaLiz Stillwaggon Swanmichael tyenaturalismphilosophical psychologyPhilosophy of mindqualia
The latest issue of the eclectic JMB. American Psychological AssociationBehaviorChinese RoomChristianityCognitive scienceEvolutionjournal of mind and behaviorMind
I’m looking for a suitably qualified reviewer for this new book, the review to appear in The Journal of Mind and Behavior.
The latest issue of The Journal of Mind and Behavior is now available. Though there is much to commend in this issue, one paper caught my eye: “Qualia from the Point of View of Language” by Luca Berta. What is the difference between the discriminations made by a home appliance able to distinguish salt from sugar,…
At last Colin Klein’s terrific critical notice of Rob Rupert’s fine-grained critique Cognitive Systems and the Extended Mind is now available in the latest issue of The Journal of Mind and Behavior.