Philosophy of Psychology and Cognitive Science
Psychological theorizing overlaps with philosophical discourse at many points, and has also produced a host of concepts, methods, and models that shed new light on some of philosophy’s old problems. This combination has made it one of the most fertile sources of material for philosophers of science. In this free thematic issue, we have assembled a set of papers that have contributed to the philosophy of psychology and the wider field of cognitive science.
Cybernetics and Control
Levels of Explanation
Theory of Integrative Levels
James K. Feibleman
On Explanation in the Cognitive Sciences: Competence, Idealization, and the Failure of the Classical Cascade
Apparent Motion and the Mind–Body Problem
Is Consciousness Important?
The Vegetative State and the Science of Consciousness
Nicholas Shea and Tim Bayne
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