Philosophy of Mind: An Introduction, 2nd Edition
October 1998, Wiley-Blackwell
Part I: What is Philosophy of Mind?.
Part II: Death and Identity.
Part III: The Problem of Other Minds.
Part IV: Mind and Belief in Animals.
Part V: Mind and Belief in Computers.
Part VI: Mind and Belief in God.
Part VII: Rational Action.
Part VIII: Does Mind Depend Upon Brain?.
Part IX: Inside Persons.
Part X: Consciousness, Matter, and Morality.
Part XI: Fear and Trembling.
A Philosophy of Mind Bookshelf.
* First edition praised for its breadth of topics, the attractiveness of its writing, and its textual clarity.
* Changes from the first edition include: the addition of significant new sections on personal identity, functionalism, consciousness and materialism and the addition of a new chapter on epiphenomenalism and psychopathology.
"Wonderful. I highly recommend it both as an introductory text and as a philosophical work in its own right." Philosophical Psychology