History of Ancient Philosophy,
Entire semester of thorough lecture notes on the history of ancient philosophy. Did not miss a single class.
POM 8.29 (L) Cartesian Dualism
Philosophy of Mind
Philosophy of Mind 8.29.17 Lecture Notes â€“ Cartesian Dualism - Mind/Body problem â€“ how does the mind relate to the body? - Is the mind reducible to the brain? - Problem of Mental Representation: How can my thoughts represent (be about)
POM 9.05 (L) Behaviorism
Philosophy of Mind 9.05.17 Lecture Notes â€“ Behaviorism and Identity Theory - No single version of behaviorism - Behaviorism refers to something different in philosophy and psychology - Logical (or Philosophical) Behaviorism: a view about th
POM 9.12 (L) Functionalism
Philosophy of Mind 9.12.17 Lecture Notes â€“ Functionalism - Identity theory seems anthropocentric o According to MBIT, mental states are identical to human brain states o Identity theory insists that pain is identical to some neural state/proc
POM 9.19 (L) Eliminative Materialism
Philosophy of Mind 9.19.17 Lecture Notes â€“ Eliminative Materialism Propositional Attitudes - Mental state of having some attitude towards a proposition o Ex: beliefs, desires, fears, wishes, hopes, etc - When I have a belief, that belief is a
POM 9.26 (L) AI
Philosophy of Mind 9.26.17 Lecture Notes â€“ Artificial Intelligence Midterm: 4 MC; 4-5 short answer â€“ ask you to explain a concept or theory (e.g., what is LB and what is 1 problem with LB) â€“ 3-5 sentences; 2 long answer â€“
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