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[Humanities] Mind and Language: Collected Papers from 1995 International Workshop on Mind & Language Mind and Language: Collected Papers from 1995 International Workshop on Mind & Language
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  • Taipei City:Institute of European and American Studies (IEAS),1999
  • ISBN:350    (Pages:225)  NTD350/USD350
    ISBN:250    (Pages:225)  NTD250/USD250

  The papers in this volume were presented at “Mind and Language, An International Workshop,” which was held at the Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, June 8-9, 1995. Mind and language have long been a research focus for the philosophy section of our institute. This workshop followed our 1993 International Symposium on Mind and Cognition, and we expect to hold a conference on mind and world in the near future.

  This volume contains the keynote speech by Ovid J. L. Tzeng (“Origin of Cerebral Lateralization of Language: A Neurolinguistic Perspective”), and invited paper by Alice ter Meulen (“Chronoscopes in Dynamic Aspect Trees”), and five contributed papers by Taiwanese scholars from different disciplines: Fu Chang (“A Theory of Consciousness“), Allen Y-H. Houng (“Can Consciousness be Explained Naturalistically?”), Eric M. Peng (“Mental Representation and Cognitive Science”), Norman Yujen Teng (“What is the Background? The Bodily Basis of Mental Representation”), and Jih-Ching Ho (“Truth-Conditions and Communication”). All of the contributed papers were formally reviewed for publication.

本書目錄

1、 Preface   vii
2、 Origin of Cerebral Lateralization of Language: A Neurolinguistic Perspective Ovid J. L. Tzeng and Daisy L. Hung 1
3、 Chronoscopes in Dynamic Aspect Trees Alice G. B. ter Meulen 87
4、 A Theory of Consciousness Fu Chang 105
5、 Can Consciousness be Explained Naturalistically? Allen Y-H. Houng 125
6、 Mental Representation and Cognitive Science Eric M. Peng 151
7、 What is the Background? The Bodily Basis of Mental Representation Norman Yujen Teng 169
8、 Truth-Conditions and Communication Jih-Ching Ho 191

                                                                                                                                         


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