philosophy-of-mind

  1. Support for "Sleepless nights due to unaccomplished goals"
  2. Machines vs Chaos of Human Language

  3. Isn't Mind–body dualism the result of a Complex Universe?

  4. Imagine that you look at yourself as a cat, what do you think of your own behavior?
  5. The mathematical language of the brain

  6. What are the current theories about instinct in philosophy of the mind?

  7. Help if you can answer to me about the senario below

  8. What does philospohy say about modern human mentality?

  9. Question about absoluteness

  10. Does anyone say that mind/brain type identity theory is just vacuous without scientific evidence that some part brain state is always the exact same?
  11. I wanna start - how to be a philosopher?

  12. Showing the mirror...Giving a dressing down...Is it really required in life?
  13. The Origin of Thought
  14. If existence cannot be proven

  15. Is dominance a fundamental instinct (like mating or hunger)?

  16. Is there a flaw in my construction of Descartes' argument?

  17. People with scientific mind

  18. Philosophy of “bias” – Moral Behaviour or Rational Behaviour
  19. Consciousness/soul outside the range of human capabilities of intellect? McGinn/Searle
  20. Is the philosophy of neuroscience necessarily materialistic?
  21. Doubt in Searle's Mind: A Brief Introduction
  22. What are the correct terms for a concept and the real thing it represents?

  23. What is a value of guilt?

  24. How can Brie Gertler's disembodiment argument account for the minds of others?

  25. Identifying three kinds of "unity" in Kant's "Critique of Pure Reason"

  26. Is AI the evolution of humanity through suicide of a species; via martyrdom?

  27. Is there anything left in contemporary epistemology and science from the German Idealism?

  28. What drives religious belief?

  29. Power must be evil because it can corrupt people

  30. Losing faith in God during personal loss---Is it bad philosophy?
  31. Did Socrates believe all madness to be good?

  32. Why did Turing promote ESP (extra sensory perception)?

  33. Has Hofstadter's concept of strange loop been given a more formal treatment (by him or anyone else) than "GEB" and "I am a strange loop"?
  34. What mean philosophy?
  35. Connections between concepts

  36. Why doesn't the Chinese room learn Chinese?

  37. When does a brain transplant make something human?

  38. What works have been done of applying theories about philosophy of mind to other branches of philosophy?

  39. Russell and Meinong on Presentations and Representaitons
  40. Does Bitcoin disprove solipsism?

  41. Is there an instituted method for efficiently forming judgement?

  42. Can someone be an atheist and subscribe to substance dualism at the same time?

  43. Expectation and Comparison-Not in scientific pursuit but in pursuit of good life

  44. What is the name of the position that is skeptical about the existence of categories created by the mind?
  45. Albert Camus's quote from 'Resistance, Rebellion, and Death'

  46. What model of self-deception was Ayn Rand using in Atlas Shrugged?
  47. Does free will exist?
  48. How does one obtain a friendship of virtue?
  49. Why do we feel sad when feeling sad is bad?
  50. Determinacy of thoughts as an argument for the incorruptibility of the soul

  51. Does adding structure make the Chinese room semantic?
  52. Can a complete opposite even exist?
  53. Examples of first and second order intentional systems
  54. Do relationships rebut the Chinese room argument?

  55. The Chinese room ain't no computer – but does it matter?

  56. From a functionalist point of view: when is an algorithm an A.I., and when is it just software?
  57. What will the result most likely be?

  58. What would falsify compatibilism?

  59. Debunking the "quantum mind" hypothesis
  60. Does it make sense to define a computer as a symbol-manipulating device?
  61. Is computationalism really a theory, or is it more like a doctrine or creed?

  62. Truth and Silence---Which and when is one more justified than the other

  63. What are exactly intuitions in Kant's philosophy?

  64. Believing in Humans but Not in Reality

  65. If suicide involves taking one's own life, and killing someone is robbing someone of their life, what is the difference between homicide and suicide?

  66. Philosophical Perspectives on the Response to Landscapes

  67. Philosophers who wrote about limits of knowledge?

  68. What are the theoretical limits of self-awareness?
  69. The need to delude yourself explained by philosophers
  70. Why do philosophical discussions of the teleportation paradox seem to ignore the physics involved?

  71. Does idealism allow for thought without any sensory input?

  72. How do modern dualists explain the mind-body interaction?
  73. Is there a causal influence of the mental on the physical?

  74. How does Putnam's twin earth thought experiment disprove functionalism?
  75. Does materialism presuppose that a self is a bundle of mental states and perceptions?

  76. Argument against conscious Turing machines?
  77. Arguments in scientific discussion and questioning administration on decision making

  78. does exclusion + supervenience + pairing necessitate reductionism?

  79. What is the importance of happiness to well being according to Sumner?

  80. Is there a difference between the properties that a concept has and the properties a real object has?

  81. What is the meaning of an explanation

  82. The hanging judge

  83. What is the role of sensations in Wittgenstein's private language argument?

  84. Is music just another language?
  85. What are facts as considered independently of any thinking being?

  86. Are the amount of thoughts that a brain could potentially produce finite?

  87. Philosophical Writing at a Graduate level
  88. How did Kant "undermine the soul"?

  89. Are programmers evidence Artificial Intelligence is impossible?

  90. What is the best philosophical expression for the "mutual containment" of mind and body?
  91. Was the Brain-in-a-Vat thought experiment explored philosophically before Putnam?

  92. Is there evidence for existence of destiny as opposed to free will?

  93. Is there any contemporary philosophy about the nonduality I read about on web sites?

  94. What is a phenomenon?

  95. How does Penrose defeat the computational theory of mind?

  96. What has modern Neuroscience contributed to philosophy of mind (as opposed to science in general)?

  97. What are the premises for "On Induction" (Russell)?
  98. How can a stream of thoughts and perceptions have freewill?
  99. What do panpsychists think about artificial intelligence?

  100. When the Oracle called Socrates the wisest of the Greeks he at first rejected the label then accepted it. What caused Socrates to change his mind?