The mind is the brain. Each mental state -- each hope, fear, thought -- can be identified with a particular physical state of the brain, without remainder. So argues Nicholas Humphrey in this highly readable yet scholarly essay.
General Will in Political Philosophy
Global PhilosophyWhat Philosophy Ought to Be
Giovanni Gentile and the State of Contemporary ConstructivismA Study of Actual Idealist Moral Theory
The Legendary PastMichael Oakeshott on Imagination and Political Identity
The SingularityCould artificial intelligence really out-think us (and would we want it to)?
Social Radicalism and Liberal Education
History as Thought and ActionThe Philosophies of Croce, Gentile, de Ruggiero and Collingwood
Mechanisms in World and MindPerspective Dualism, Systems Theory, Neuroscience, Reductive Physicalism
A Guide to the ClassicsOr How to Pick the Derby Winner
Microgenetic Theory and Process Thought
Jason W. Brown