The Thoroughly Modern Aristotle: An Addendum
2002) The Thoroughly Modern Aristotle: An Addendum. (
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This paper briefly discusses a passage in Metaphysics, Zeta, 11 that some believe show Aristotle to have been a functionalist about the psyche. I argue that, when read in its full context, it does not show this.
|Commentary on:||1998) The thoroughly modern Aristotle: Was he really a functionalist?. History of Psychology 1:pp. 8-20. (|
|Keywords:||ancient, Aristotle, greece, cognition, computationalism, functionalism|
|Subjects:||Chronology > Ancient|
Geography > Europe
History > Intellectual
Psychology > Cognition
Psychology > Computational
Theory > Materialism
Theory > Philosophy of Mind
|Deposited By:||Green, Christopher D.|
|Deposited On:||15 March 2002|
- The thoroughly modern Aristotle: Was he really a functionalist?. (deposited 11 August 2001).
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