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  • by Aaron Ben-Ze'ev

    An informal yet rigorous exploration of human emotions in all their complexity and subtlety.

  • - A Tribute to Michael S. Gazzaniga

    Leaders in the cognitive neurosciences address a variety of topics in the field and reflect on Michael Gazzaniga's pioneering work and enduring influence.

  • by Richard E. (Doctor) Cytowic

    In this medical detective adventure, Cytowic shows how synesthesia, or "joined sensation," illuminates a wide swath of mental life and leads to a new view of what it means to be human.

  • - Using the Lessons of Bernard and Darwin to Understand the What, How, and Why of Our Behavior
    by Gary A. (University of Illinois) Cziko

    Cziko shows how the lessons of Bernard and Darwin, updated with the best of current scientific knowledge, can provide solutions to certain long-standing theoretical and practical problems in behavioral science and enable us to develop new methods and topics for research.

  • - Virtue and Character

    Groundbreaking essays and commentaries on the ways that recent findings in psychology and neuroscience illuminate virtue and character and related issues in philosophy.

  • - Virtue and Character

    Groundbreaking essays and commentaries on the ways that recent findings in psychology and neuroscience illuminate virtue and character and related issues in philosophy.

  • - Its Role in Practical Reason and the Explanation of Action
    by George F. (University of Delaware) Schueler

    Does action always arise out of desire? G.F. Schueler examines this hotly debated topic in philosophy of action and moral philosophy, arguing that once two senses of "desire" are distinguished-roughly, genuine desires and pro attitudes-apparently plausible explanations of action in terms of the agent's desires can be seen to be mistaken.

  • by Josef Stern

    Josef Stern addresses the question: Given the received conception of the form and goals of semantic theory, does metaphorical interpretation, in whole or part, fall within its scope?

  • - An Introduction to Philosophical Issues and Achievements
    by Clark (Carnegie Mellon University) Glymour

    The second edition of a unique introductory text, offering an account of the logical tradition in philosophy and its influence on contemporary scientific disciplines.

  • by Nuel Belnap & Anil (University of Pittsburgh) Gupta

  • - Toward a New Paradigm for Cognitive Science

    A comprehensive presentation of an approach that proposes a new account of cognition at levels from the cellular to the social.

  • - Free Will and Moral Responsibility

    Leading philosophers, psychologists, and neuroscientists address issues of moral responsibility and free will, drawing on new findings from empirical science.

  • - Sensory Processes
    by Patricia S. Churchland & Rodolfo R. (New York University Med Ctr) Llinas

  • - The Hard Problem

    Why doesn't all this cognitive processing go on "in the dark," without any consciousness at all? In this book philosophers, physicists, psychologists, neurophysiologists, computer scientists, and others address this central topic in the growing discipline of consciousness studies.

  • - Totality, Knowledge, and Truth
    by Patrick (Suny/Stony Brook) Grim


    A comprehensive introduction to the computational modeling of human cognition.

  • - An Essay in the Metaphysics of Natural Language
    by Peter Ludlow

  • by York University) Goel & Vinod (Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience

    Vinod Goel argues that the cognitive computational conception of the world requires our thought processes to be precise, rigid, discrete, and unambiguous; yet there are dense, ambiguous, and amorphous symbol systems, like sketching, painting, and poetry, found in the arts and much of everyday discourse that have an important, nontrivial place in cognition.

  • by Daniel (University of Southern California) Marcu

    This book documents the first serious attempt to construct automatically and use nonsemantic computational structures for text summarization.

  • - An Evolutionary Account of Creative Problem Solving
    by Robert Arp

    An account of how humans evolved a conscious, vision-related ability unique to their species in order to solve nonroutine problems.

  • - Perspectives of a Neurologist
    by Yale University School of Medicine) Waxman & Stephen G. (Professor

    Reflections on Stephen Waxman's three decades of research on the form and functions of the brain and spinal cord.

  • - From Theory to Practice

    Scholars argue for the importance of the developmental synthesis, or evo-devo, discussing the history and potential of this growing field of study and presenting specific case studies.

  • by Brian Cantwell (University of Toronto) Smith

    An investigation into the philosophical and metaphysical foundations of computation, artificial intelligence and cognitive science. The text seeks to revise our understanding not only of the machines we build, but also of the world with which they interact.

  • by Charles F. (Salk Institute for Biological Studies) Stevens

    This text presents a summary of the basic theoretical structures of classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, quantum mechanics, statistical physics, special relativity and modern field theories.

  • - The Ability to Choose and Its Transformation of Contemporary Life
    by Edward C. (Fox School of Business/Mgmt) Rosenthal

    How today's cornucopia of choices has transformed our lives and our culture, from the foundations of scientific theory to the anxiety of everyday decisions.

  • - An Autobiography
    by Willard Van Orman Quine

  • - Language

    Rather than surveying theories and data in the manner characteristic of many introductory textbooks in the field, An Invitation to Cognitive Science employs a unique case study approach, presenting a focused research topic in some depth and relying on suggested readings to convey the breadth of views and results.

  • - Selected Readings in the Philosophy of Perception
    by Alva Noe

    A collection of works, many of them classics, on the orthodox view of visual perception.

  • - Science and Myth
    by Gerald (Professor, University of Central Florida) Matthews, Moshe (University of Haifa) Zeidner, et al.

    A comprehensive, scientific examination of the popular psychological construct of emotional intelligence.

  • - Foundations of Social Cognition

    Highlights the roles of intention and intentionality in social cognition.

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