Herbert Feigl, The "Mental" and the "Physical": The Essay and a Postscript (1967).
Table of Contents
Preface to Essay
Preface to Postscript
- A Preliminary Survey of Some Perplexities and Their Repression
- The Scientific and the Philosophical Strands in the Mind-Body Tangle
- Requirements and Desiderata for an Adequate Solution of the Mind-Body Problem. A Concise Statement
of the Major Issues
- Sorting Out the Various Meanings of "Mental" and "Physical". A Comparative and Critical Analysis
- "Subjective" versus "Objective".
- Non-Spatial versus Spatial.
- Quality versus Quantity.
- "Purposive" versus "Mechanical.
- "Mnemic", "Holistic", "Emergent" versus "Non-Mnemic", "Atomistic", "Compositional".
- "Intentional" versus "Non-intentional".
- Mind-Body Identity. Explications and Supporting Arguments
- Review of the More Basic Meanings and Connotations of "Mental" and "Physical".
- The Inference to Other Minds.
- The Cognitive Roles of Acquaintance.
- Reduction and Identification in Scientific Theories.
- Arguments Concerning the Identification of Sentience with Neural Events.
- A Budget of Unsolved Problems. Suggestions for Further Analyses and Research
- Is There a Phenomenal Language? The Relations of Meaning, Evidence, and Reference.
- Unitary or Dual Language Reconstruction?
- One-one Correspondence and the "Riddle of the Universe."
- Some Remarks on the Philosophical Relevance of Open Scientific Questions in Psychophysiology.
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