Dennett and his Critics: Demystifying Mind
January 1995, Wiley-Blackwell
The volume includes a critical assessement of Dennett's views on behaviouralism and the subjectivity of consciousness, the nature of perception and mental representation, intentional laws and computational psychology, the rationality of thought, culture as a virus, the architecture of mind, and the role of artifacts in thinking. Also included is an introduction to Dennett's philosophy and a full bibliography of his publications.
1. Viruses of the Mind. Richard Dawkins.
2. Filling in: Why Dennett is Wrong. P. S. Churchland and V. S. Ramachandran.
3. Pattern and Being. John Hagueland. .
4. Is Intentional Ascription Intrinsically Normative? Jerry Fodor and Ernest Lepore.
5. Logic, Mind and Mathematics. Colin McGinn.
6. On Mentalese Orthography. Ruth Garrett Millikan. .
7. What is it Like to be Boring and Myopic? Kathleen Akins.
8. Mind is Artificial. Bo Dahlbom.
9. Holism, Intrinsically, and the Ambition of Transcendence. Richard Rorty. .
10. Back from the Drawing Board. Daniel Dennett.
Bibligraphy of the Publications of Daniel C. Dennett.