Animal Minds, Animal DreamsAnimal Minds, Animal Dreams
The drug converts them into sleepwalkers. Finally, imagine that a new form of this drug has permanent effects, abolishing consciousness forever with no effect on behavior. I want to test it on you. How much will I have to pay you to take
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Moral responsibility and the brain: jurisprudential reflections grant GillettMoral responsibility and the brain: jurisprudential reflections grant Gillett
It is helpful to set out this commonsense or forensic conception before we consider the implications of brain science for our assessments of moral responsibility
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Descartes’ views. More often than not crude parodies of these views end up as the focus of discussion but more careful critics are usually prepared to recognize that Descartes’ philosophy of mind is more subtle and nuanced than the parodies might lead one
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Free Minds and Future ContingentsFree Minds and Future Contingents
First, I’ll develop the objections; second, I’ll offer a positive argument on behalf of libertarian incompatibilism; finally, I’ll try to show how my positive account handles the objections
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Moral judgment and legal theoryMoral judgment and legal theory
I shall illustrate that thesis by discussing, first, the so-called “separation” of law and morals (Section I); secondly, legal interpretation
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Relevance theoryRelevance theory
To appear in G. Ward and L. Horn (eds) Handbook of Pragmatics. Oxford : Blackwell.)
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This book may be reproduced, copied, translated, and reprinted by anyone at any timeThis book may be reproduced, copied, translated, and reprinted by anyone at any time
Written by Bob Thomas, exstaff, usgo, in the b-1 Files of the Church of Scientology of California in Los Angeles 1969
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Man Pain and Mollusc Pain; Or, Multiple Realization as an Empirical HypothesisMan Pain and Mollusc Pain; Or, Multiple Realization as an Empirical Hypothesis
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A computational Model of Human Affective Memory and Its Application to MindreadingA computational Model of Human Affective Memory and Its Application to Mindreading
Meltzoff and Gopnik, 1993); by studying deficits of ToM in autistic children; by speculating on potential neural substrates for ToM such as mirror neurons (Gallese and Goldman, 1998); and by debating how it works, i e
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Sigmund FreudSigmund Freud
However, Freud's most important and frequently re-iterated claim, that with psychoanalysis he had invented a new science of the mind, remains the subject of much critical debate and controversy
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Challis taxation discussion groupChallis taxation discussion group
The first problem I want to touch upon is the problem of statutory construction. The second is the problem of overly complex legislation. These problems are not perhaps as unconnected as at first blush they appear
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