Books in category Philosophy – Mind & Body

  • The Universe As We Find It

    The Universe As We Find It
    John Heil

    What are the elements of being, reality's raw materials? John Heil offers stimulating answers to these questions framed in terms of a comprehensive metaphysics of substances and properties inspired by Descartes, Locke, and their successors.

  • Immanent Realism

    Immanent Realism
    Liliana Albertazzi

    To solve them, Albertazzi guides us systematically through Brentano's life and works, investigating into the inherent complexity of both his view of mental life and the related methodology.

  • Representation Reconsidered

    Representation Reconsidered
    William M. Ramsey

    William M. Ramsey reveals a radical shift in our understanding of how the mind works.

  • The Mirror of Yoga

    The Mirror of Yoga
    Richard Freeman

    All of this is applied to the actual practice, giving the reader the tools to digest and apply the wealth of information to daily life.

  • The Unconscious

    The Unconscious
    Alasdair C. MacIntyre

    First published in 1958, 'The Unconscious' still ranks as one of the most important and clearly written philosophical inquiries into the fundamental concept of psychoanalysis.

  • Needs Values Truth

    Needs, Values, Truth
    David Wiggins

    For this third edition the author has added a new essay on incommensurability, in addition to making minor revisions to the existing text. The volume will stand as a definitive summation of his work in this area.

  • Restoration of Breath

    Restoration of Breath
    Sreenath Nair

    Starting from the question how breathing affects the body, levels of consciousness, perception and meaning, this book, for the first time, investigates through a variety of philosophical, critical and practical models, directly and …

  • The Conscious Brain

    The Conscious Brain
    Jesse J. Prinz

    Synthesizing decades of research, The Conscious Brain advances a new theory of the psychological and neurophysiological correlates of conscious experience.

  • The Nick of Time

    The Nick of Time
    Elizabeth Grosz

    In this pathbreaking philosophical work, Elizabeth Grosz points the way toward a theory of becoming to replace the prevailing ontologies of being in social, political, and biological discourse.

  • Mind As Action

    Mind As Action
    James V. Wertsch

    Drawing on the ideas of Lev Vygotsky, Mikhail Bakhtin, and Kenneth Burke, as well as research from various fields, this book traces the implications of mediated action for a sociocultural analysis of the mind, as well as for some of today's …

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