Kristin Andrews finds insight in Peter Godfrey-Smith’s Metazoa.
philosophy of mind
From Radical Enactivism to Folk Philosophy
Daniel D. Hutto investigates what and how we think.
Issue 88 Forum: introduction
Philosophy of mind
What Does Philosophy Contribute to the Study of the Mind?
Susanna Siegel on the roles of fictional examples.
Michael S. A. Graziano pits the magicalist against the mechanist.
Amy Kind explains why the powers of imagination are far greater than some philosophers have led us to believe.
The Lure of the Cartesian Sideshow
Is there an internal mental world that is better known to you than the world outside?, asks Keith Frankish
Issue 88: introduction from the editor
Philosophy has a long and confusing relationship with fiction, music and comedy, and the contributors to this issue’s central essays have unwittingly landed us right in the middle of it. Helen De Cruz takes up philosophy and fiction, arguing that the philosophical blockbuster enables the general public to engage in philosophical thinking very nearly daily. […]
Living with Robots: a review
A review by Alexis Elder.
P. F. Strawson
A snapshot of the philosophy of PF Strawson.
Rediscovering the Past
How Embodied Cognition Is Being Disembodied
Shaun Gallagher resists the invasion of the body snatchers.