The Philosophy of Mind (Lecturer: Prof. John R. Searle)
The Teaching Company | ASIN: B000V1S2M6 | 1995 | MP3 | 543 Mb
Lectures by Prof. Searle on issues involving: What is the nature of the human mind? How does the mind fit in as part of the physical world? Can the mind understand the mind? Until we can answer questions such as these, we do not understand ourselves. In a way, these are the most important problems in contemporary intellectual life, because they naturally expand into questions such as How do human beings fit into the physical universe? What is the relation of the social sciences and the natural sciences? Do we have freedom of the will? and many other questions. Professor John Searle, one of the worlds most respected contemporary philosophers, takes us on a journey of philosophical wonder, difficulty and understanding, to try to explain the many issues raised in this field of philosophical inquiry. One of the most controversial questions discussed by Professor Searle is whether computers can think. This question is not as clear as it appears on the surface and Professor Searle clarifies it in such a way as to give us the possibility of a clear cut answer.
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