Frankish and Ramsey have brought us a collection of solid contributions covering a range of topics central to contemporary cognitive science from world leading experts. The handbook will be useful for teaching purposes, especially providing first readings on topics, or for researchers seeking to diversify their knowledge and needing clear and broad introductions to unfamiliar areas. Additionally, if like me you have had hostile reactions to one or other controversial theme incognitive science then you will likely find the sympathetic accounts of, say cognitive neuroscience (Standage and Trappenberg C12) or evolutionary psychology (Barrett C13) helpful.
|Number of pages||3|
|Journal||Philosophy in Review|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|