|About the Book|
International philosophical debate in Europe until recently has often been confined within national borders. A new generation of philosophers, committed to restore a tradition of rigorous philosophical argumentation, is growing. European Review of Philosophy, an annual publication, is intended to offer them a place for communication and debate. It is meant to become their instrument of intellectual exchange. It primarily aims at authors not yet established in the philosophical circuit, working on a wide range of topics. This first volume contains a main thematical part with papers in the philosophy of mind addressing issues such as self-deception, other minds, qualia, and cognitive science. Volumes on other topics, such as the philosophy of language, and the philosophy of law, will follow.