Neuroscience, Neurophilosophy and Pragmatism

Brains at Work with the World

Tibor Solymosi (Redaktør)

Neuroscience, Neurophilosophy and Pragmatism

Bringing together active neuroscientists, neurophilosophers, and scholars this volume considers the prospects of a neuroscientifically-informed pragmatism and a pragmatically-informed neuroscience on issues ranging from the nature of mental life to the implications of neuroscience for education and ethics. Les mer
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Neuroscience, Neurophilosophy and Pragmatism

Bringing together active neuroscientists, neurophilosophers, and scholars this volume considers the prospects of a neuroscientifically-informed pragmatism and a pragmatically-informed neuroscience on issues ranging from the nature of mental life to the implications of neuroscience for education and ethics.

List of Figures List of Tables Preface; Tibor Solymosi and John R. Shook Notes on Contributors PART I: PRAGMATISM, PHILOSOPHY, AND THE BRAIN 1. Neuropragmatism and the Reconstruction of Scientific and Humanistic Worldviews; John R. Shook and Tibor Solymosi 2. Keeping the Pragmatism in Neuropragmatism; Mark Johnson 3. How Computational Neuroscience Revealed that the Pragmatists Were Right; W. Teed Rockwell 4. Pragmatism, Cognitive Capacity, and Brain Function; Jay Schulkin PART II: COGNITION, EMOTION, AND THE WORLD 5. The End of the Debate over Extended Cognition; Jeffrey B. Wagman and Anthony Chemero 6. Knowing and the Known: Brain Science and an Empirically Responsible Epistemology; David D. Franks 7. Dewey's Rejection of the Emotion/Expression Distinction; Joel Krueger PART III: CREATIVITY, EDUCATION, AND APPLICATION 8. Finding Unapparent Connections: How Our Hominin Ancestors Evolved Creativity by Solving Practical Problems; Robert Arp 9. Neuropragmatism and Apprenticeship: A Model for Education; Bill Bywater and Zachary Piso 10. A Neuropragmatist Framework for Childhood Education: Integrating Pragmatism and Neuroscience to Actualize Article 29 of the UN Child Convention; Alireza Moula, Antony J. Puddephatt and Simin Mohseni PART IV: ETHICS, NEUROSCIENCE, AND POSSIBILITY 11. Understanding the Contribution of Neuroscience to Ethics Within an Interdisciplinary Pragmatic Framework; Eric Racine 12. Pragmatic Ethics: A Dynamical Theory Based on Active Responsibility; Markate Daly 13. Moral First Aid for a Neuroscientific Age; Tibor Solymosi Index

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