- Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences Introduction
- Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences Major
- Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences Concentrations
- Linguistics Concentration
- Psychology Concentration
- Philosophy Concentration
- Computer Science Concentration
- CLSC - Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences Courses
- LING - Linguistics Courses
What is a mind? How is it related to a person's brain and body? These two questions have driven centuries of work in the philosophy of mind, and we will take them as our starting point. After considering a variety of answers, we will pursue several topics that challenge our best accounts of the mind: consciousness, mental representation, the emotions, free will, and the possibility of thinking machines. Our goal will be to connect central philosophical perspectives on these issues with contributions from psychology, cognitive science, and neuroscience.
Max Enrollment: 25
Prerequisites: One course in philosophy, psychology, or cognitive science, or permission of the instructor.
Distribution Requirements: EC - Epistemology and Cognition
Typical Periods Offered: Fall
Semesters Offered this Academic Year: Spring