Readership: An accessible introduction to general readers interested in the theories of mind and thought, but also a teaser for those interested in studying thought more formally.
Tim Bayne, Professor of Philosophy, The University of Manchester
Tim Bayne is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Manchester. He has taught at the University of Canterbury, Macquarie University, and the University of Oxford. His main interests are in the philosophy of psychology, with a particular focus on consciousness. A native of New Zealand, he divides his time between Manchester and Geneva.
1: What is thought?
2: The mechanical mind
3: The inner sanctum
4: Of brutes and babes
5: 'They don't think like we do'
6: Thought gone wrong
7: The ethics of thought
8: The limits of thought