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Synopsis About this title A variety of scientific disciplines have set as their task explaining mental activities, recognizing that in some way these activities depend upon our brain. Review : "Mental Mechanisms provides one of the best accounts of the notion of a mechanism, detailing its prevalence in the practice of cognitive neuroscience. More filters.

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An amazingly thorough treatment of issues connected to mechanistic explanations in cognitive science, psychology and neuroscience. Bechtel went out of his way to retrace the steps made in in both empirical research and theoretical discussions to their historical roots, and to showcase their subsequent development. I was pleasantly surprised by Bechtel's treatment of biological mechanisms as intrinsically active a point made with force by theorists of autopoietic enactivism like The Embodied Min An amazingly thorough treatment of issues connected to mechanistic explanations in cognitive science, psychology and neuroscience.

I was pleasantly surprised by Bechtel's treatment of biological mechanisms as intrinsically active a point made with force by theorists of autopoietic enactivism like The Embodied Mind: Cognitive Science and Human Experience and Mind in Life: Biology, Phenomenology, and the Sciences of Mind. On the other hand, I struggled making it through the last chapter of the book dedicated to issues of free-will and selfhood. Though these are important problems, I felt that Bechtel's defense of compatibilism based in his mechanist outlook was not novel or interesting enough to warrant such a prolonged treatment.

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