Hilary Putnam Interview on Mind, Language, & Epistemology

source: Philosophical Overdose    2013年4月7日
In this interview, Hilary Putnam discusses his work in philosophy on various issues regarding the nature of mind, language, existence, and knowledge, including consciousness and qualia, conceivability, skepticism and brains in a vat, semantic externalism, properties and natural kinds, intentionality, the twin earth thought experiment, the analytic-synthetic distinction, reference, and analytic philosophy itself.
I highly recommend Putnam's "Reason, Truth, and History" which can be found here:https://ia902606.us.archive.org/23/it...
Credit for this interview goes to Vadim Vasilyev and Dmitry Volkov from the Moscow Center for Consciousness Studies, who conducted this interview with Putnam in April 2010. More information can be found at www.hardproblem.ru

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