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PHIL 6251 : Advanced Introduction to Philosophy of Mind
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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Advanced Introduction to Philosophy of Mind
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Philosophy of Mind
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Critical examination of classical philosophical arguments pertaining to the mind/body problem, the problem of consciousness, the problem of intentionality, the problem of freedom of the will, and the problem of personal identity. Focus on careful analysis of classical philosophical writings on these topics.
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