William S. Robinson On the Web

 

 

Entry on AEpiphenomenalism@ in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Definition, main arguments pro and con, and a bit of history of the term Aepiphenomenalism@. Available at http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/epiphenomenalism

 

Article, AQualia Realism@ in A Field Guide to the Philosophy of Mind. Explanation of qualia and main arguments, with a focus on reasons in favor of realism regarding qualia. Available at http://www.uniroma3.it/kant/field/index.html.

 

"A Theory of Phenomenal Consciousness?", commentary on Peter Carruthers' "Natural Theories of Consciousness", in the electronic journal Psyche 5(4). Available at http://psyche.cs.monash.edu.au/v5/psyche-5-04-robinson.htm.

 

Review of Allen, C., and Bekoff, M., Species of Mind: The Philosophy and Biology of Cognitive Ethology in the electronic journal Psyche. Available at http://psyche.cs.monash.au/v5/psyche-5-26-robinson.html.

 

"Experiential Location and Points of View", review of M. Velmans, Understanding Consciousness (Routledge: 2000). Psyche 8. Available at          http://psyche.cs.monash.edu.au/v8/psyche-8-06-robinson.html

 

Commentary on Mangan, B. (2001) "Sensation’s Ghost: The Non-sensory ‘Fringe’ of Consciousness. Psyche 10(1). Posted June, 2004. Available at http://psyche.cs.monash.edu.au/symposia/mangan/pdf/robinson.pdf.

 

"Colors, Arousal, Functionalism and Individual Differences", Psyche 10(2). Posted September, 2004. Available at http://psyche.cs.monash.edu.au/articles/Robinson/cafid.pdf

 

"Searle and Subjectivity", Bulletin of Advanced Reasoning and Knowledge, 2:11-18 (2004). Available at http://advancedreasoningforum.org/BARK-Volumes/BARK_2.3_Robinson.pdf

 

"Doubts About Receptivity", commentary on G. Rosenberg’s A Place for Consciousness (Oxford U. P., 2004). Posted 2006. Available at http://psyche.cs.monash.edu.au/symposia/rosenberg/Robinson.pdf

 

Dictionary entry, "Consciousness", Polimetrica. Posted March, 2007. Available at http://www.polimetrica.eu/site/?p=7

 

 

 

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