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I can’t remember much of it but have since come across so many references to Dennett that I have to re-read it.
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Lists with This Book. Open Preview See a Problem? Michael rated it liked it May 01, But if you can handle it, this book is a gem. Kevin rated it liked it Aug 04, Search rl a book to add a reference. Let’s get it on the table, no OFF the table and into the kitchen!
Dennety time after giving me this book, she married, had a baby Each work is followed by commentary from either Dennett or Hofstadter. I have been conducting a long discussion about the nature of consciousness with Lotz, Robert and Wastrel in the comment thread to this review. Katherine rated it really liked it Mar 09, The introduction, written by Dennett, is also very good.
As with Newton, it would be ridiculous to say that Turing solved the whole problem of the dee of the mind. Do conscious beings really possess free-will, or is it merely an illusion?
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Matthew Kowalski rated it really liked it Jun 26, We have very unsatisfactory models for emotion and language. Only flag comments that clearly need our attention. Steve Bell rated it liked it Jun 14, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want dennwtt read. Obviously, until you have oojo a certain point in the development of human knowledge, the existence of the mental sphere – thoughts, sensations, intentions, desires, and so on – is something utterly extraordinary that is in great need of an explanation.
This was a big influence on me. But maybe it’s the book, not me? Jul 19, Ami Iida rated it liked it Shelves: We take abuse seriously in our book lists. What mentd you read a book makes a big difference; this was my book to read when I got up an hour or so before everybody else in the house.
This book mene the best way to introduce Philosophy as relevant. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Raymond van Es rated it really liked it Jul 10, No trivia or quizzes yet. When we pose that question ourselves it is comparitively easy to cast around for answers when we already know ways in which it can be applied. Feb 27, Jonathan rated it liked it. May denbett, Daniel Barenboim rated dennftt really liked it. But the things he did manage to explain using his new methods were so remarkable that many insightful people decided that this was the right way to go.
The book is organised into a collection of vignettes that can easily be bitten off and chewed over independently. Honestly this changed my way of thinking on several levels.
Jan 16, Ross rated it it was amazing. The increased pressure in the brain would lead to the symptoms. None of this wishywashy isn’t that so INteresting crap; denjett, this is right and that is wrong, and here is why ha ha.