The Rediscovery of the Mind (Google eBook)

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MIT Press, 1992
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User Review  - Mark Haag - Goodreads

Challenges the mistaken presumptions behind most materialist views of the mind. Will we be able to talk about thinking by merely talking about brain processes? Can computers think like people? Searle ... Read full review

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User Review  - Joshua Stein - Goodreads

IT's easy to see what this is a seminal work for Searle. It's witty and thoughtful, and Searle makes all of the points that are at the core of his view of consciousness (which largely consists of why ... Read full review

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Page 1 - Mental phenomena are caused by neurophysiological processes in the brain and are themselves features of the brain.

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