This is a new release of the original 1930 edition.
Author: Edmund Shaftesbury
The Concept of Mind is a 1949 book by philosopher Gilbert Ryle that has been seen as a founding document in the philosophy of mind, which received professional recognition as a distinct and important branch of philosophy only after 1950.The Concept of Mind argues that "mind" is "a philosophical illusion hailing chiefly from Descartes and sustained by logical errors and 'category mistakes' which have become habitual." The work has been cited as having "put the final nail in the coffin of Cartesian dualism."
Author: Gilbert Ryle
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Author: John Locke
Category: Knowledge, Theory of
In this follow-up to Psychic Dictatorship in the USA, researcher Alex Constantine explores the government's misinformation campaigns about its "black-ops."
CIA Mind Control Operations in America
Author: Alex Constantine
Publisher: Feral House
Author: Fountain Hastings Elwin
An Inquiry Into the Human Mind on the Principles of Common Sense; and An Essay on Quantity
Author: Thomas Reid,Dugald Stewart
Category: Mind and body
'Brilliant' GuardianWaterstones Non-Fiction Book of the Month (March) SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2017 ROYAL SOCIETY SCIENCE BOOK PRIZE What if intelligent life on Earth evolved not once, but twice? The octopus is the closest we will come to meeting an intelligent alien. What can we learn from the encounter? In Other Minds, Peter Godfrey-Smith, a distinguished philosopher of science and a skilled scuba diver, tells a bold new story of how nature became aware of itself - a story that largely occurs in the ocean, where animals first appeared. Tracking the mind's fitful development from unruly clumps of seaborne cells to the first evolved nervous systems in ancient relatives of jellyfish, he explores the incredible evolutionary journey of the cephalopods, which began as inconspicuous molluscs who would later abandon their shells to rise above the ocean floor, searching for prey and acquiring the greater intelligence needed to do so - a journey completely independent from the route that mammals and birds would later take. But what kind of intelligence do cephalopods possess? How did the octopus, a solitary creature with little social life, become so smart? What is it like to have eight tentacles that are so packed with neurons that they virtually 'think for themselves'? By tracing the question of inner life back to its roots and comparing human beings with our most remarkable animal relatives, Godfrey-Smith casts crucial new light on the octopus mind - and on our own.
The Octopus and the Evolution of Intelligent Life
Author: Peter Godfrey-Smith
Publisher: William Collins
On the Principles of Common Sense
Author: Thomas Reid
Category: Knowledge, Theory of
Considered with Reference to Natural Theology
Author: Peter Mark Roget
Or Lives, Critical And Historical, Of The Most Eminent Persons Of All Ages, Countries, Conditions And Professions, Arranged According To Alphabetical Order
Author: John Aikin
Author: Leonard Woods,Charles D. Pigeon
The skills, creativity, and research developed through higher education are major factors in any society’s success in creating jobs and advancing prosperity. Universities and colleges play a vital rôle in expanding opportunity and promoting social justice. The papers in this book reflect the main objective of a conference held in June 2007 at Ahlia University, Kingdom of Bahrain, which was to create a forum for academics, policy makers, senior administrators and industrial professionals to explore, discuss and develop practical approaches to attain strategic success and co-operation, and share ideas about the existing and emerging practices that enhance quality, productivity and innovation. Moreover, the conference was intended to provide a platform by which all private universities in the GCC countries can join together to form a regional association that will be hosted and based in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The papers address some of the most important challenges and issues relating to higher education in the twenty-first century, including: - building capacity for higher education and the professional - development of teachers; - international education and strategic partnerships; - quality assurance and academic accreditation; - research in higher education institutions; - labour markets in higher education.
Author: Abdulla Y. Al-Hawaj,Wajeeh Elali,E.H. Twizell
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
Category: Military art and science
Author: James Jennings (of Huntspill.)