Neurophilosophy

PHIL950S

Status of such concepts of the “self,” “person,” and “free will” in the age of mind science. Conflict between scientific and humanistic images of persons. Varieties of naturalism, neurophilosophy, and neurophenomenology. Explanation, prediction, correlations, identities, reduction, levels, laws, functions, and mechanisms in mind science. The logical relations between neurobiology, cognitive, and affective neuroscience, cognitive science, psychology, and social science(s). 3 units.

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