Toward a Unified Science of the Mind-Brain

Neurophilosophy is a rich interdisciplinary study of the prospects for a unified cognitive neurobiology. Contemporary research in the empirical neurosciences, and recent research in the philosophy of mind and the philosophy of science, are used to illuminate fundamental questions concerning the relation between abstract cognitive theory and substantive neuroscience.

A Bradford Book

Table of Contents

  1. Preface
  2. General Introduction
  3. I. Some Elementary Neuroscience
  4. 1. The Science of Nervous Systems: A Historical Sketch
  5. 2. Modern Theory of Neurons
  6. 3. Functional Neuroanatomy
  7. 4. Higher Functions: Early Work
  8. 5. Higher Functions: Neuropsychology and Neurology
  9. 6. Introduction and Historical Sketch
  10. 7. Reduction and the Mind-Body Problem
  11. 8. Are Mental States Irreducible to Neurobiological States?
  12. 9. Functional Psychology
  13. 10. Theories of Brain Function
  14. 11. Closing Remarks
  15. Notes
  16. Bibliography
  17. Index