1st Edition

Philosophy of Cultural Neuroscience





ISBN 9781138947511
Published November 8, 2017 by Routledge
126 Pages

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Book Description

The goal of this volume is to highlight theoretical and methodological advances in cultural neuroscience and the implications of theoretical and empirical advances in cultural neuroscience for philosophy. The study of cultural and biological factors that contribute to human behavior has been an important inquiry for centuries, and recent advances in the field of cultural neuroscience allow for novel insights into how cultural and biological factors shape mind, brain and behavior. Theoretical and empirical advances in cultural neuroscience, which investigate the origins of culture, may shed light on philosophical issues of the mind and science.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1: Dualism

Chapter 2: Behaviorism

Chapter 3: Identity theory

Chapter 4: Functionalism

Chapter 5: Reductionism

Chapter 6: Materialism

Chapter 7: Folk knowledge

Chapter 8: Qualia

Chapter 9: Naturalism

Chapter 10: Explanation

Chapter 11: Bayesianism

Chapter 12: Scientific realism

Conclusion

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Biography

Joan Y. Chiao, Ph.D., is the Director of the International Cultural Neuroscience Consortium. She received her Ph.D. in psychology from Harvard University and B.S. in symbolic systems from Stanford University.