|aDennett's philosophy :|ba comprehensive assessment /|cedited by Don Ross, Andrew Brook, and David Thompson.
|aCambridge, Mass. :|bMIT Press,|cc2000.
|ax, 397 p. ;|c24 cm.
|a"A Bradford book."
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|aIntroduction: the Dennettian stance / Don Ross -- Daniel Dennett's views on the power and pervasiveness of natural selection: an evolutionary biologist's perspective / Timothy M. Crowe -- Good tricks and forced moves, or, the antinomy of natural reason / Paul Dumouchel -- Reading Mother Nature's mind / Ruth Garrett Millikan -- Indeterminacy and realism / Timothy Kenyon -- Real patterns and surface metaphysics / William Seager -- Where do Dennett's stances stand? explaining our kind of mind / Christopher Viger -- Rainforest realism: a Dennettian theory of existence / Don Ross -- Popping the thought balloon / Dan Lloyd -- Phenomenology and heterophenomenology: Husserl and Dennett on reality and science / David L. Thompson -- Judgments and drafts eight years later / Andrew Brook -- Zombies explained / Thomas W. Polger -- Content, interpretation, and consciousness / David M. Rosenthal -- Dennett on ethics: fitting the facts against greed for the good / T. Brian Mooney -- With a little help from my friends / Daniel C. Dennett.