' ... unusually good of its kind ... The book has an impressive range and at least two, sometimes three, contrasting theories of each phenomenon are given full exposition and discussion. The richness of debate is thereby very well conveyed, and the books' systematic and sympathetic discussions are exemplary.' The Times Literary Supplement
'This is not 'philosophy made easy'. It is a very clever book indeed.' The Times Higher Education Supplement
A clear introduction to the main issues arising in the philosophy of the mind is provided through this straightforward elementary textbook for beginning students of philosophy.