The Mind and its World
Published May 25th 1995 by Routledge – 240 pages
Series: Problems of Philosophy
The Mind and Its World provides a clear and accessible introduction to a cluster of contemporary controversies in the area of the philosophy of mind and language.
'If this book is read as widely as it deserves to be, especially by undergraduates, then it should have two beneficial effects: externalism will appear more straightforwardly compelling, and the haze surrounding it will no longer be mistaken for aura.' - MIND
'Provides an engaging introduction to the philosophy of language and the metaphysics of mind-world relations. The arguments are neatly signposted throughout the book and the style is clear and declamatory; the writing is fresh, vigorous and witty.' - MIND