Drawing on a wide range of resources, including the history of philosophy, her role as director of a cognitive neuroscience group, and her Wittgensteinian training at Oxford, Jacobson provides fresh views on representation, concepts, perception, action, emotion and belief.
Anne Jaap Jacobson is Professor of Philosophy and Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Houston, USA.
Series Editors' Foreword Introduction 1. Regarding Representations 2. From Fodorian to Aristotelian Representations 3. Aristotelian Representations II 4. Hume 5. Ideas, Language and Skepticism 6. Concepts 7. Thought 8. Vision 9. Emotions, Actions and Beliefs I 10. Emotions, Actions and Beliefs II Conclusion References Index