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" Mental phenomena are caused by neurophysiological processes in the brain and are themselves features of the brain. "
The Rediscovery of the Mind - Page 1
by John R. Searle - 1992 - 286 pages
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Stairway to the Mind: The Controversial New Science of Consciousness

Alwyn Scott - Medical - 1999 - 229 pages
...available "to any educated person since serious work began on the brain over a century ago." It is this: Mental phenomena are caused by neurophysiological...the brain and are themselves features of the brain. He calls this point of view "biological naturalism" and asserts that "mental processes are as much...
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Animal Consciousness and Animal Ethics: Perspectives from the Netherlands

Marcel Dol - Animal behavior - 1997 - 249 pages
...mind-body problem, the source of so much controversy over the past two millennia, has a simple solution ... Here it is: Mental phenomena are caused by neurophysiological...the brain and are themselves features of the brain, (p. 1) ... Consciousness is a mental, and therefore physical, property of the brain in the sense in...
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Psychoneural Reduction: The New Wave

John Bickle, Professor and Head Department of Philosophy and Religion John Bickle - Psychology - 1998 - 240 pages
...sense, we all know to be true." That solution is biological naturalism, encapsulated in the slogan "Mental phenomena are caused by neurophysiological...the brain and are themselves features of the brain" (1992, 1). Although it receives its most extended treatment in his 1992 book, Searle has been pointing...
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The Resonance of Emptiness: A Buddhist Inspiration for a Contemporary ...

Gay Watson - Psychology - 1998 - 317 pages
...according to earlier models.35 Exemplifying this middle track, the philosopher John Searle recently wrote: "Mental phenomena are caused by neurophysiological...the brain, and are themselves features of the brain . . . Both consciousness and intentionality are biological processes caused by lower-level neuronal...
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Where Biology Meets Psychology: Philosophical Essays

Valerie Gray Hardcastle - Psychology - 1999 - 391 pages
...call consciousness . . . are all physical effects of the brain's activities. (Dennett 1991, p. 16) Mental phenomena are caused by neurophysiological...the brain and are themselves features of the brain Mental events and processes are as much part of our biological natural history as digestion, mitosis,...
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The Taboo of Subjectivity : Towards a New Science of Consciousness: Towards ...

Department of Religious Studies University of California B. Alan Wallace Visiting Lecturer, Santa Barbara - Religion - 2000 - 232 pages
...creed of orthodox scientific materialism. In a familiar refrain, he echoes the prevailing view that mental phenomena are caused by neurophysiological...the brain and are themselves features of the brain (i); this knowledge, he says, has been available to all educated people for at least a century, or...
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Facets of Systems Science

George J. Klir - Business & Economics - 2001 - 740 pages
...careful about generalizing this way of thinking. For example, it would seem to be a mistake to say that "mental phenomena are caused by neurophysiological...the brain and are themselves features of the brain" [Searle, 1992, p. 1]. Such an assertion assumes too liberal an interpretation of the term "are caused...
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Speech Acts, Mind, and Social Reality: Discussions with John R. Searle

GŁnther Grewendorf, G. Meggle - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2002 - 327 pages
...problem, the source of so much controversy over the past two millenia, has a simple solution. [...] Mental phenomena are caused by neurophysiological...the brain and are themselves features of the brain. [Searle 1992, 1] This view provides a partial answer to question (//) by maintaining that one decisive...
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An Anatomy of Thought: The Origin and Machinery of the Mind

Ian Glynn - Medical - 2003 - 456 pages
...tiger a big pussy-cat. In the opening paragraph of his book The Rediscovery of the Mind he writes: The famous mind-body problem, the source of so much...field, I call it 'biological naturalism.' Mental events are as much part of our biological natural history as digestion, mitosis, meiosis, or enzyme secretion....
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The Truth about Human Origins

Brad Harrub, Bert Thompson - Religion - 2003 - 517 pages
...consciousness" (1965, p. 499, emp. added). John Searle, in The Rediscovery of 'the Mind '(1992), argued that mental phenomena are caused by neurophysiological...the brain, and are themselves features of the brain. He referred to this point of view as "biological naturalism," and suggested that "mental processes...
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