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My favorite Cogsci and Philosophy Links
from Wilfrid Sellars
Contains complete text of many papers by and
about Sellars, as well as complete text for classic papers by Quine, Tarski and
A dedicated Philosophy search engine with (go figure) links to female
Mark Bickhard's publications
Very good philosophy of AI papers, with a strong Heidegger-Dewey
Slant on the importance of embodiment and environment for cognitive
Great Concept! Duplicates the branching structure
of the Tractatus by having all of the seven major points on the home page, then
connecting each of the qualifying points to them by links, which are connected to
their qualifiers by other links, and so on. This is probably how Wittgenstein
would have written the Tractatus if he had had access to HTML
A must for
anyone interested in Clinical Neurology. First person description of a gay San
Francisco man who was born with brain damage that made it impossible to for him
to recognize faces, and didn't discover this fact until he was almost
Master index to David
Chalmers' web site
Besides being the best source for online papers
about consciousness,(by Chalmers and others) it has links to everything that
relates to anything that relates to consciousness. Not only philosophy papers
about Zombies, but sites about Hollywood Zombies, Zombies the rock group and
Zombie the drink. Also contains links to Monty Python routines, both text and
The best read on the net. Everything that Dan Dennett has written
that you can't find anywhere else.
Contains text of her newest papers, including her BBS article and
replies to commentators.
Tim van Gelder's Home
most of the Van Gelder papers I cited in "the Modularity of
Dynamic Systems" can be found here.
Current Relevance of Merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology of Embodiment
fine paper by Hubert Dreyfus
Critique of Pure
The whole Magilla, in the Norman Kemp Smith
The Joy of Visual
A good detailed "Meet Mr. Brain" book for visual
Classics in the
History of Psychology
This site is a gold mine for the history of
psychology. It contains articles by Wundt, Titchener, Dewey and many others, some
of which I couldn't even find in the UC Berkeley library.
Behavioral & Brain Sciences
Target Article Preprints
Some of these "preprints" have been around
long enough to be classics, and there are also the very newest target articles
from this important journal.
CogPrints eprint Archive
multiplex cogsci rummage sale, with the newest papers by everyone you've heard
of, and countless others you haven't. Dive in and read a few on impulse, and
you'll usually find something cool.
Systems Theory Glossary
I have no idea who created this, but's a good
intro to DST.
Valerie Hardcastle's cogsci links page.
A Field guide to the Philosophy of
For those of you who do want to see pictures of brains,
this website is full of them. (cute cartoons, not photographs.) Still growing but
obviously going to become an important resource.
Philosophical Counseling Service
Therapy gets you in touch with your feelings. Philosophical counseling gets you
in touch with your mind. Practical problem solving - guided by philosopher
Markate Daly, who also contributed commentaries to this site.
A resource page with a perspective very similar to
mine. Run by Ronald Lemmen, who also contributed to the dialogue responding to the Hard Problem paper on this site.