Tyler Burge, Foundations of Mind: Philosophical Essays Vol. 2 Reviewed by

Philosophy in Review 28 (3):176-180 (2008)
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This volume is essential to anyone doing work on the philosophy of mind. Burge’s contribution to this field of philosophy is of the utmost importance and must be carefully considered if we are to make progress with respect to the nature of mental states and events. The essays included in this volume have established Burge as a leading philosopher of mind in general, and a defender of anti-individualism in particular. The order of the essays in defense of anti-individualism is not historical; instead, it reflects the evolution of Burge's view.
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