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European Review of Philosophy, 6

The Structure of Nonconceptual Content

Can concepts represent subtleties in emotions, bodily sensations, and perceptions? What is the nature of mental representations in nonlinguistic and prelinguistic creatures? The European Review of Philosophy, Volume 6 tackles issues such as these by asking how far the analogy between conceptual and nonconceptual content can be carried. By bringing together contributions from both conceptualists and nonconceptualists, this volume sheds new light on an issue sure to interest cognitive scientists and philosophers of mind.


124 pages | 6 x 9

Philosophy: General Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
Christine van Geen and Frédérique de Vignemont
2. The Thesis of Nonconceptual Content
Michael Tye
3. Nonconceptual Epicycles
Sonia Sedivy
4. Nonconceptual Modes of Presentations
Manuel Garcia-Carpintero
5. Why Nonconceptual Content Cannot Be Immune to Error through
Roblin Meeks
6. Les Liaisons Dangereuses or How Not to Construe Nonconceptual Content
Alison J. Creese and Julien A. Deonna

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