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Philosophy of the Brain: The Brain Problem

“What is the mind?””What is the relationship between brain and mind?”These are common questions. But “What is the brain?” is a rare question in both the neurosciences and philosophy. The reason for this may lie in the brain itself: Is … Continue reading

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Constructing Autopoiesis

This essay attempts to explain through an analysis of the limitations of the Lakoff, Johnson and Turner school of cognition and meaning-making, why exactly Arakawa and Gins’ analogical relations with the cognitive science of Maturana and Varela and the philosophy … Continue reading

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Complexity and the Function of Mind in Nature

This book is a further contribution to the series Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Biology.It is an ambitious attempt to explain the relationship between intelligence and environmental complexity, and in so doing to link philosophy of mind to more general … Continue reading

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