Symposium on Bruno Mölder’s Mind Ascribed in the new issue of Studia Philosophica Estonica
A new issue (vol. 10.2) of Studia Philosophica Estonica has been published. It is edited by Daniel Cohnitz (Utrecht) and it contains a book symposium on Bruno Mölder’s Mind Ascribed. The book is devoted to the presentation and defence of interpretivism in the philosophy of mind. Broadly construed, interpretivism is the view that interpretation has a central role to play in fixing what mental properties one has. The contributions to the symposium discuss a variety of topics related to interpretivism and Mölder’s specific version of it—the ascription theory. These topics include folk psychology, natural kinds, normativity, holism, self-knowledge, eliminativism, instrumentalism and fictionalism.
The issue includes also the reviews of Mark Jago’s and Dan Zahavi’s books.
The issue is available online from Studia Philosophica Estonica website.