Consciousness in the Physical World
Perspectives on Russellian Monism
Edited by Torin Alter and Yujin Nagasawa
Table of Contents
Torin Alter and Yujin Nagasawa
Part I: Precursors
Chapter 1: Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz, excerpt from Monadology and letter to DeVolder
Chapter 2: Immanuel Kant, excerpt from Critique of Pure Reason
Chapter 3: William James, excerpt from The Principles of Psychology
Chapter 4: Bertrand Russell, excerpts from Analysis of Matter (1927), Human Knowledge: Its Scope and Limits (1948), Portraits from Memory (1956), and My Philosophical Development (1959).
Chapter 5: Leopold Stubenberg, "Russell, Russellian Monism, and Panpsychism"
Chapter 6: Donovan Wishon, "Russell on Russellian Monism"
Part III: Modern Classics and Recent Works
Chapter 7: Grover Maxwell, "Rigid Designators and Mind-Brain Identity" (excerpt)
Chapter 8: Michael Lockwood, "The Grain Problem"
Chapter 9: Galen Strawson, "Real Materialism" (revised version, with postscript)
Chapter 10: Barbara Gail Montero, "Russellian Physicalism"
Chapter 11: Gregg Rosenberg, "Causality and the Combination Problem"
Chapter 12: David J. Chalmers, "Panpsychism and Panprotopsychism"
Chapter 13: Torin Alter and Robert J. Howell, "The Short Slide from A Posteriori Physicalism to Russellian Monism"
Chapter 14: Derk Pereboom, "Consciousness, Physicalism, and Absolutely Intrinsic Properties"
Chapter 15: Daniel Stoljar, "Russellian Monism or Nagelian Monism?"
Chapter 16: Alyssa Ney, "A Physicalist Critique of Russellian Monism"
Chapter 17: Philip Goff, "Against Constitutive Russellian Monism"
Chapter 18: Amy Kind, "Pessimism about Russellian Monism"
Chapter 19: Torin Alter and Yujin Nagasawa, "What is Russellian Monism?"