The Evolution of the Soul

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • PROLEGOMENON TO THE REVISED EDITION ix
  • 1. INTRODUCTION 1
  • PART I THE MENTAL LIFE 17
  • 2. Sensations 21
  • 3. Sensations and Brain-Events 45
  • 4. Thoughts 62
  • 5. Purposes 85
  • 6. Desires 103
  • 7. Beliefs 122
  • PART II THE SOUL 143
  • 8. Body and Soul 145
  • 9. the Evidence of Personal Identity 161
  • 10. THE ORIGIN AND LIFE OF THE SOUL 198
  • PART III THE HUMAN SOUL 201
  • 11. Language, Rationality, and Choice 203
  • 12. Moral Awareness 220
  • 13. the Freedom of the Will 231
  • 14. the Structure of the Soul 262
  • 15. the Future of the Soul 298
  • Appendix 311
  • NEW APPENDIX A Supervenience, Constitution, and Realization 313
  • NEW APPENDIX B Language of Thought, Connectionism, and Folk Psychology 318
  • NEW APPENDIX C The Modal Argument for Substance Dualism 322
  • NEW APPENDIX D The Nature of Souls; Their Thisness 333
  • NEW APPENDIX E More on Quantum Theory and the Brain 345
  • NEW APPENDIX F Gödel's Theorem and Free Will 351
  • NEW APPENDIX G Libet's Experiments 354
  • Index 355
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