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The living mind : from psyche to consciousness, Richard Dien Winfield

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The living mind : from psyche to consciousness
Title
The living mind
Title remainder
from psyche to consciousness
Statement of responsibility
Richard Dien Winfield
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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1950-
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Winfield, Richard Dien
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Consciousness
Label
The living mind : from psyche to consciousness, Richard Dien Winfield
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
pt. ONE THE PRECONDITIONS OF MIND -- 1. Mind and Matter -- 1.1. Can Mind Have No Material Preconditions? -- 1.1.1. Lessons of the Dilemmas of Minds without Bodies in Plato, Aristotle, and Descartes -- 1.2. Can Physical Nature Possess Mind? -- 1.2.1. The Dilemma of Behaviorist Reductions of Mind -- 1.2.2. The Impasse of Neo-Darwinian Reductions of Mind -- 2. Mind and Machine -- 2.1. Can Artifacts Possess Mind? -- 2.2. The Limits of "Artificial Intelligence" -- 2.3. Philosophy and the Discrepancy between Real and Artificial Intelligence -- 2.4. Mental Self-Activity versus Machine Feedback -- 3. Mind and Life -- 3.1. The Possible Connections of Life and Mind -- 3.2. The Fundamental Processes of Life -- 3.3. Organic Unity and Psychological Subjectivity -- 3.4. Limits of Searle's Parallel Proposal -- 3.5. Why Plants Lack Mind -- 3.6. The Animal Organism and Subjectivity -- 3.7. The Place of the Self in the Animal Body -- 3.8. Ramifications of Mind's Animal Embodiment -- pt. TWO THE SYSTEM OF MIND -- 4. Psyche, Consciousness, and Intelligence as Irreducible Spheres of Mind -- 4.1. The Possible Forms of Animal Mind -- 4.2. The Minimal Reality of Mind -- 4.3. The Primacy of the Psyche -- 4.4. Consciousness without Intelligence -- 4.5. Psychological Genesis and the Self-Cultivation of Mind -- 4.6. With What Must Philosophical Psychology Begin? -- Section 1 The Psyche -- 5. The Nature of the Psyche -- 5.1. The Given Nature of the Psyche as Animating the Animal Organism -- 5.2. The Natural Qualities of Mind -- 5.2.1. The Universal Natural Qualities of the Psyche -- 5.2.2. The Particular Natural Qualities of the Psyche -- 5.2.3. The Individual Natural Quality of the Psyche -- 5.3. Natural Alterations of the Psyche -- 5.3.1. The Natural Aging of the Individual Psyche -- 5.3.2. Sexual Relation between Psyches -- 5.3.3. Sleeping and Waking -- 5.3.4. The Awakening to Feeling -- 6. The Feeling Psyche -- 6.1. Feeling -- 6.2. The Psyche as Subject of Feeling -- 6.3. The Feeling Psyche as Immediately Given -- 6.3.1. Psychosomatic Influence -- 6.4. Self-Feeling -- 6.4.1. The Modification of Feeling through Self-Feeling -- 7. Habit, Expression, and the Emergence of Consciousness -- 7.1. Habit -- 7.1.1. The Abiding Formality of Habit -- 7.1.2. The Forms of Habit -- 7.1.3. Habit and Memory -- 7.1.4. The Outcome of Habit -- 7.2. The Actualization of the Psyche in Expression -- 7.2.1. Transition to Consciousness -- 7.3. The Emergence of Consciousness -- Section 2 Consciousness -- 8. The Elementary Shapes of Consciousness -- 8.1. Consciousness as a Product of the Psyche -- 8.2. Consciousness, Intentionality, and Representational Cognition -- 8.3. Consciousness Proper -- 8.4. Sensuous Consciousness -- 8.4.1. Sensation as a "Decausalized" Content -- 8.4.2. The Self-Relation of Sensuous Consciousness Is Not Self-Consciousness -- 8.4.3. Sensuous Consciousness is Prelinguistic -- 8.4.4. Does Sensuous Consciousness Involve Knowledge? -- 8.4.5. The Sources of Mediation in Sensuous Consciousness -- 8.5. Sense-Perception -- 8.5.1. The Perception of the Existence of Things and Their Properties -- 8.5.2. The Syntheses of Perception and the Individual Senses -- 8.5.2.1. Sight -- 8.5.2.2. Hearing -- 8.5.2.3. Smell and Taste -- 8.5.2.4. Touch -- 8.5.3. The Intersensorial Syntheses of Perception -- 8.5.4. The Limits of Perception -- 8.5.5. From Perception to Understanding -- 8.6. Understanding -- 8.6.1. Consciousness of Force and Law -- 8.6.2. How Conscious Understanding Can Be Prelinguistic -- 8.6.3. Dynamic Consciousness and the Individual Senses -- 8.6.4. The Limitations of Conscious Understanding -- 8.7. Consciousness of Life -- 8.7.1. Consciousness of Animal Life as a Precondition of Self-Consciousness -- 9. Self-Consciousness -- 9.1. The Problem of Self-Consciousness -- 9.2. Consciousness of the Self's Body and Self-Consciousness -- 9.3. Consciousness of Others and Self-Consciousness -- 9.4. Desire as the Minimal Form of Self-Consciousness -- 9.5. Desire for Another Subject of Desire -- 9.6. Recognitive Self-Consciousness -- 9.7. The Genetic and/or Constitutive Role of Recognitive Desire in Self-Consciousness -- 9.8. "Animal" versus "Human" Self-Consciousness -- 10. Consciousness as Reason -- 10.1. From Universal Self-Consciousness to Consciousness as Reason -- 10.2. Reason as the Unity of Consciousness and Self-Consciousness -- 10.3. Reason as a Shape of Consciousness -- 10.4. Reason as Observation of Nature and of Self-Consciousness -- 10.5. Transition from Consciousness to Intelligence
Control code
ocn706965663
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
ix, 307 p.
Isbn
9781442211575
Isbn Type
(ebook)
Lccn
2011008855
System control number
(OCoLC)706965663
Label
The living mind : from psyche to consciousness, Richard Dien Winfield
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
pt. ONE THE PRECONDITIONS OF MIND -- 1. Mind and Matter -- 1.1. Can Mind Have No Material Preconditions? -- 1.1.1. Lessons of the Dilemmas of Minds without Bodies in Plato, Aristotle, and Descartes -- 1.2. Can Physical Nature Possess Mind? -- 1.2.1. The Dilemma of Behaviorist Reductions of Mind -- 1.2.2. The Impasse of Neo-Darwinian Reductions of Mind -- 2. Mind and Machine -- 2.1. Can Artifacts Possess Mind? -- 2.2. The Limits of "Artificial Intelligence" -- 2.3. Philosophy and the Discrepancy between Real and Artificial Intelligence -- 2.4. Mental Self-Activity versus Machine Feedback -- 3. Mind and Life -- 3.1. The Possible Connections of Life and Mind -- 3.2. The Fundamental Processes of Life -- 3.3. Organic Unity and Psychological Subjectivity -- 3.4. Limits of Searle's Parallel Proposal -- 3.5. Why Plants Lack Mind -- 3.6. The Animal Organism and Subjectivity -- 3.7. The Place of the Self in the Animal Body -- 3.8. Ramifications of Mind's Animal Embodiment -- pt. TWO THE SYSTEM OF MIND -- 4. Psyche, Consciousness, and Intelligence as Irreducible Spheres of Mind -- 4.1. The Possible Forms of Animal Mind -- 4.2. The Minimal Reality of Mind -- 4.3. The Primacy of the Psyche -- 4.4. Consciousness without Intelligence -- 4.5. Psychological Genesis and the Self-Cultivation of Mind -- 4.6. With What Must Philosophical Psychology Begin? -- Section 1 The Psyche -- 5. The Nature of the Psyche -- 5.1. The Given Nature of the Psyche as Animating the Animal Organism -- 5.2. The Natural Qualities of Mind -- 5.2.1. The Universal Natural Qualities of the Psyche -- 5.2.2. The Particular Natural Qualities of the Psyche -- 5.2.3. The Individual Natural Quality of the Psyche -- 5.3. Natural Alterations of the Psyche -- 5.3.1. The Natural Aging of the Individual Psyche -- 5.3.2. Sexual Relation between Psyches -- 5.3.3. Sleeping and Waking -- 5.3.4. The Awakening to Feeling -- 6. The Feeling Psyche -- 6.1. Feeling -- 6.2. The Psyche as Subject of Feeling -- 6.3. The Feeling Psyche as Immediately Given -- 6.3.1. Psychosomatic Influence -- 6.4. Self-Feeling -- 6.4.1. The Modification of Feeling through Self-Feeling -- 7. Habit, Expression, and the Emergence of Consciousness -- 7.1. Habit -- 7.1.1. The Abiding Formality of Habit -- 7.1.2. The Forms of Habit -- 7.1.3. Habit and Memory -- 7.1.4. The Outcome of Habit -- 7.2. The Actualization of the Psyche in Expression -- 7.2.1. Transition to Consciousness -- 7.3. The Emergence of Consciousness -- Section 2 Consciousness -- 8. The Elementary Shapes of Consciousness -- 8.1. Consciousness as a Product of the Psyche -- 8.2. Consciousness, Intentionality, and Representational Cognition -- 8.3. Consciousness Proper -- 8.4. Sensuous Consciousness -- 8.4.1. Sensation as a "Decausalized" Content -- 8.4.2. The Self-Relation of Sensuous Consciousness Is Not Self-Consciousness -- 8.4.3. Sensuous Consciousness is Prelinguistic -- 8.4.4. Does Sensuous Consciousness Involve Knowledge? -- 8.4.5. The Sources of Mediation in Sensuous Consciousness -- 8.5. Sense-Perception -- 8.5.1. The Perception of the Existence of Things and Their Properties -- 8.5.2. The Syntheses of Perception and the Individual Senses -- 8.5.2.1. Sight -- 8.5.2.2. Hearing -- 8.5.2.3. Smell and Taste -- 8.5.2.4. Touch -- 8.5.3. The Intersensorial Syntheses of Perception -- 8.5.4. The Limits of Perception -- 8.5.5. From Perception to Understanding -- 8.6. Understanding -- 8.6.1. Consciousness of Force and Law -- 8.6.2. How Conscious Understanding Can Be Prelinguistic -- 8.6.3. Dynamic Consciousness and the Individual Senses -- 8.6.4. The Limitations of Conscious Understanding -- 8.7. Consciousness of Life -- 8.7.1. Consciousness of Animal Life as a Precondition of Self-Consciousness -- 9. Self-Consciousness -- 9.1. The Problem of Self-Consciousness -- 9.2. Consciousness of the Self's Body and Self-Consciousness -- 9.3. Consciousness of Others and Self-Consciousness -- 9.4. Desire as the Minimal Form of Self-Consciousness -- 9.5. Desire for Another Subject of Desire -- 9.6. Recognitive Self-Consciousness -- 9.7. The Genetic and/or Constitutive Role of Recognitive Desire in Self-Consciousness -- 9.8. "Animal" versus "Human" Self-Consciousness -- 10. Consciousness as Reason -- 10.1. From Universal Self-Consciousness to Consciousness as Reason -- 10.2. Reason as the Unity of Consciousness and Self-Consciousness -- 10.3. Reason as a Shape of Consciousness -- 10.4. Reason as Observation of Nature and of Self-Consciousness -- 10.5. Transition from Consciousness to Intelligence
Control code
ocn706965663
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
ix, 307 p.
Isbn
9781442211575
Isbn Type
(ebook)
Lccn
2011008855
System control number
(OCoLC)706965663

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