Books (a)      on philosophy of mind and cognitive science

 

(i)        Monographs and collected essays

 

[7]       Human and Animal Minds: the consciousness questions laid to rest. OUP, 2019.

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[6]       The Centered Mind: what the science of working memory shows us about the nature of human thought. OUP, 2015.

            Cover blurb, quotes from reviews, contents, and preface.

Sample chapter (6) on the active use of working memory in reflection.

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[5]        The Opacity of Mind: an integrative theory of self-knowledge. OUP, 2011.

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Sample chapter (7) on inner sense theories.     

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[4]        The Architecture of the Mind: massive modularity and the flexibility of thought. OUP, 2006.

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Sample chapter (4) on language and flexibility.   

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[3]       Consciousness: essays from a higher-order perspective. OUP, 2005.

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Sample Chapter 6 on the advantages of dual-content theory. 

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[2]       Phenomenal Consciousness: a naturalistic theory. CUP, 2000.

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Sample chapter (9) outlining dual-content theory.

           

[1]       Language, Thought and Consciousness: an essay in philosophical psychology. CUP, 1996.

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Sample chapter (8) on the involvement of language in conscious thinking.

 

(ii)       Textbooks

 

[3]      The Nature of the Mind: an introduction. Routledge, 2004.

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Sample chapter (5) on the case for physicalism about the mind.

 

[2]       The Philosophy of Psychology. Co-authored with George Botterill. CUP, 1999. 

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Sample chapter (6) on narrow / wide content.

 

[1]        Introducing Persons: Theories and Arguments in the Philosophy of Mind. Croom Helm, 1986; Routledge, 1989.