Minds And Bodies: Philosophers And Their Ideas

By Colin McGinn

4 ratings - 4.25* vote

In Minds and Bodies, Colin McGinn offers proof that contemporary philosophy, in the hands of a consummate reviewer, can be the occasion not only sharp critical assessment, but also writing so clear and engaging that readers with no special background in the subject but simply a taste for challenging idea can feel welcome.Gathering nearly forty review-essays printed mainly In Minds and Bodies, Colin McGinn offers proof that contemporary philosophy, in the hands of a consummate reviewer, can

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Book details

Hardcover, 264 pages
August 28th 1997 by Oxford University Press, USA

(first published January 1st 1997)

Original Title
Minds and Bodies: Philosophers and Their Ideas (Philosophy of Mind Series)
ISBN
0195113551 (ISBN13: 9780195113556)
Edition Language
English

Community Reviews

Charles Carlini

Colin McGinn is one of our finest living philosophers. His unique ability to unpack complex ideas into language that us mere mortals can understand is nothing short of amazing. This collection of both accessible and highly readable reviews is a testament to that extraordinary gift.

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