The European Review of Philosophy aims at restoring the tradition of rigorous philosophical discussion by bringing together new philosophers from various parts of Europe and by making their works on a wide range of topics available to the philosophical community.
The focus of the present volume is philosophy of mind. Future volumes will concentrate on selected topics, such as philosophy of languages and philosophy of law and will be edited by guest editors or various memebrs of the editorial board of the Review.
, the editor of this volume, taught at the University of Tübingen at the time of this publication.
- Part I: Philosophy of the Mind
- Brains in Vat and Their Minds: A Wrong Impossibility Proof
- Rationality and the Structure of Self-Deception
- Truth and Knowledge of Other Minds
Alex Burri and Stephan Furrer
- Moore's Paradox and Partial Belief
- The Ontological Status of Complicated States
Ronald L. Chrisley
- Against Qualia: Our Direct Perception of Physical Reality
- Hopes and Doubt
Adriano P. Palma
- The de re /de dicto Distinction: A Plea for Cognitive Science
- Part II: Other Topics
- A Note on Gödel's Ontological Argument
- Frege's Objection to the Melalinguistic View
- Good Intentions, A Review of: David Bell, Husserl, London and New York: Routledge, 1990
Taylor Carman and Gianfranco Soldati