`This is by far the best account I know of what intentionality is, and why it is central to the philosophy of mind - highly recommended.' Huw Price, Edinburgh University
`Tim Cranes' Elements of Mind is an outstandingly good introduction to the crucial philosophical project of elucidating our everyday, non-scientific self-conception. Combining exemplary clarity with richness and depth of argumentation, it explores and explains the mental phenomena of intentionality, consciousness, thought, and perception, as well as the relationship between the mind and the physical world ... Elements of Mind is a really excellent book. Crane has chosen his starting point, his approach and his range of topics well and maintains the clarity of exposition that is so crucial for an introductory book. With this he combines richness of insight, depth of argument, and genuine originality, ensuring that Elements of Mind will repay the attention of every reader, whether beginner or expert.' Martin Davies, Professor of Philosophy, Australian National University
About the Author
Tim Crane is Reader in Philosophy at University College London, and Director of the Philosophy Programme at the School of Advanced Study, University of London. He is the author or editor of numerous articles and several books.