|132||Philosophy of Mind||Noë||TuWTh 10-12:30||Dwinelle 215|
This is a course on the nature of mind. The central question we ask: Can we give make sense of mind as a natural phenomenon? We will read widely in philosophy and cognitive science as we seek to answer this fundamental question. Among the topics we will cover: the nature of perception and consciousness, the possibility of machine minds, neuroscience as the basic science of human experience, our knowledge of each other.
Previously taught: SP17 (Khatchirian), SU16A (Winzeler), SP16 (Searle), SU15D (Noë), FL14 (Searle), SU14A (Noë), FL13 (Searle), SU13A (Skokowski), SP13 (Searle), FL12 (Martin), SU12D (Flanagan), SP12 (Searle), SU11A (Flanagan), SP11 (Searle), SU10A (Flanagan), SP10 (Searle), FL08 (Searle), FL07 (Martin), FL06 (Searle), SU06A (Khatchirian), SP06 (Noë), FL05 (Searle), SU05D (Vega), FL04 (Searle), SU04D (Skokowski).