Brainstorms: Philosophical Essays on Mind and Psychology

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Penguin Books, 1997 - Cognition - 353 pages
A collection of 17 essays exploring the central issues of the philosophy of the mind, and human interaction with psychology and evolutionary biology. This book questions the relationship between psychology and morality as well as exploring the concept of human intentionality. It argues that intentional attributes such as desires, goals, beliefs and knowledge are purely mechanistic.

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Sometimes our mind sees what is hidden for eyes,but it's not always sensitive.We must learn to avoid imagination for eyes and create reality for mind! Read full review

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