AVAILABLE PREPRINTS BY DANIEL DENNETT:
1990-2 "'Epiphenomena:' what are you talking about?"
1991-1 "Two Black Boxes:
1992-1 "Verbal Language
as a Communicative System," in Italian translation.
1994-1 "Postscript, 1994,"
for P.K. Moser and J.D. Trout, eds, Materialism, to be
published by Routledge Ltd in late 1994.
1996-4 "Consciousness in
Human and Robot Minds," in volume of the International Institute for
Advanced Studies, (Kyoto, Japan, September, 1994), volume on Cognition, Computation
and Consciousness, Ito et al, eds., to be published by OUP.
1996-5 "Cog as a Thought
Experiment," For Monte Verita special issue, forthcoming
1996-6 "Did HAL Commit
Murder?" For Stork volume, 2001.
1996-7 "One Fan's Pratfalls"
forthcoming in Boston Review
AVAILABLE REPRINTS BY DANIEL DENNETT:
- "Eliminate the
Middletoad!" (commentary on Ewert), Behavioral and Brain Sciences,
10, 372-4, 1987.
- "Commentary on Cam,"
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, XLVIII, 339-41,
- "Intentionality" (with John
Haugeland), in R. L. Gregory, ed., The Oxford
Companion to the Mind, Oxford University Press 1987
- "The Intentional Stance in Theory and Practice," in Whiten and Byrne, eds.,
Machiavellian Intelligence, Oxford University Press.
- "Quining Qualia," in A.
Marcel and E. Bisiach, eds, Consciousness in Modern
Science, Oxford University Press 1988
- "Why Creative
Intelligence is Hard to Find," (Commentary on Whiten and Byrne),
- "Out of the Armchair and
Into the Field," Poetics Today.
- review of Honderich, A Theory of Determinism: The mind, neuroscience, and
life-hopes, "Coming to terms with the determined," Times Literary Supplement,
- "Ways of Establishing Harmony," in B. McLaughlin, ed., Dretske and His
- "Evolution, Error and
Intentionality," in Y. Wilks and D. Partridge, eds, Sourcebook
on the Foundations of Artificial Intelligence, New Mexico University Press 1988.
- N. Humphrey and Dennett,
"Speaking for Our Selves," in Raritan.
- "The Origins of Selves,"
Cogito, 3, 163-73, Autumn 1989. Reprinted in Daniel Kolak
and R. Martin, eds., Self & Identity: Contemporary Philosophical Issues, Macmillan,
- review of Penrose, The
Emperor's New Mind: Concerning Computers, Minds, and the
Laws of Physics, in Times Literary Supplement.
- "Cognitive Ethology:
Hunting for Bargains or a Wild Goose Chase?" in Montefiore
and Noble, eds., Goals, Own Goals, and No-Goals, Unwyn Hyman.
- "Mother Nature versus the
Walking Encyclopedia," In Ramsey, Rumelhart and
Stich, eds., Philosophy and Connectionist Theory.
- "Teaching an old dog new tricks," (commentary on Schull), BBS, 13:1, March.
- "Memes and the
Exploitation of Imagination," The Journal of Aesthetics and Art
Criticism, 48:2, Spring.
- "Betting your life on an algorithm," commentary on Penrose, BBS, 13:4,
- review of Langton, ed., Artificial Life, in Biology and Philosophy
- "The Interpretation of
Texts, People and Other Artifacts," in Philosophy and
Phenomenological Research, I, Supplement, Fall.
- "Granny's Campaign for Safe
Science," in B. Lower and G. Rey eds., Meaning in
Mind: Fodor and his Critics, Blackwell.
- "Two Contrasts: Folk
Craft versus Folk Science and Belief versus Opinion,"
Greensboro NC conference on the Future of Folk Psychology, in J. D. Greenwood,
ed., The Future of Folk Psychology.
- "The Brain and its
Boundaries," (review of C. McGinn, The Problem of
Consciousness), The Times Literary Supplement, May 10, 10, 1991.
- "Real Patterns," Journal
of Philosophy, 88:1, 27-51.
- "Lovely and Suspect
Qualities," in E. Villanueva, ed., Consciousness.
- Dennett and Kinsbourne, M., "Time and the Observer,"
BBS, 15, 183-247. & reply,
"Escape from the Cartesian
- "Temporal Anomalies of
Consciousness: Implications for the Uncentered Brain," in
Neurophilosophy and Alzheimer's Disease, Christen et al. eds., Springer-Verlag Berlin
- "The Self as the Center of
Narrative Gravity," in Self and Consciousness: Multiple
Perspectives, Kessel, Cole, Johnson eds., Erlbaum.
- "Filling In versus Finding Out:
A Ubiquitous Confusion in Cognitive Science," in
Cognition, Conceptual, and Methodological Issues, Pick, Van den Broek, Knill, eds.,
American Psychological Assn.
- review of Varela et al,
The Embodied Mind, and Edelman, Bright Air, Brilliant Fire,
in New Scientist, 13 June.
- "Hitting the Nail on the
Head," (commentary on Thompson, Palacios and Varela),
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 15, 1, p. 35, 1992.
- "La Compréhension Artisanale," (French translation of "Do-It-Yourself
Understanding") in Fisette ed., Daniel C. Dennett et les Stratégies Intentionnelles,
Lekton, 11, Winter.
- "'Confusion Over Evolution': An Exchange," (with S.J. Gould) The New York
Review of Books, vol. XL, No. 1 & 2, pp.43-44.
- "Living on the Edge,"
Inquiry, 36, March.
- review of Varela et al, The
Embodied Mind, Amer. Jnl. of Psych., 106, No. 1, Spring,
- "Back from the Drawing
Board: reply to my critics," in Dahlbom, ed. Dennett and
His Critics: Demystifying Mind. Oxford: Blackwell.
- "The Message is: There is
no Medium," reply to Jackson, Rosenthal, Shoemaker &
Tye in Philosophy & Phenomenological Research (Dec.), v. 53, n. 4, pp.
- review of Allen Newell,
Unified Theories of Cognition, Artificial Intelligence, 59, (1-2),
- "Down with School! Up
with Logoland!: review of Seymour Papert, The Children's
Machine: Rethinking School in the Age of the Computer" New Scientist, 140, 1898,
45-46, Nov. 1993.
- "Multiple Drafts: An
eternal golden braid?", with M. Kinsbourne, response to
Glicksohn and Salter in Behavioral and Brain Sciences, vol. 18, no. 4, 1995, pp.
- "Learning and Labeling,"
commentary on Clark and Karmiloff-Smith, "The
Cognizer's Innards," Mind and Language. 8, (4), 540-547, Winter.
- "Evolution, Teleology,
Intentionality," (continuing commentary on "Précis of The
Intentional Stance"), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 16, (2), 289-391.
- "Caveat Emptor," reply to
essays on Consciousness Explained (reply to Mangan,
Toribio, Baars and McGovern), Consciousness and Cognition, 2, (1), 48-57,
- review of John Searle, The
Rediscovery of the Mind, Journal of Philosophy, 60, (4),
- "Artificial Life as Philosophy," Artificial Life, vol 1, no. 1, 1994 (reprinted in
Life: An Overview, Langton, ed. MIT Press, 1995)
"Self Portrait," S.
Guttenplan, ed., A Companion to the Philosophy of Mind, Blackwell Press, Oxford, pp.
and "Instead of Qualia," in
Consciousness in Philosophy and Cognitive
Neuroscience, A. Revonsuo & M. Kamppinen, eds., Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence
Consciousnesses: None, One, Two, or None of the Above?" (with Marcel Kinsbourne)
continuing commentary on "Time and the Observer" in Behavioral and Brain Sciences, v.
17, n. 1, pp.
- "Cognitive Science as Reverse Engineering: Several Meanings of 'Top Down' and 'Bottom
Up,'" in Logic,
Methodology and Philosophy of Science IX, D. Prawitz, B. Skyrms, and D.
Westerståhl, eds., Elsevier
Science, BV, Amsterdam, North-Holland, pp. 679-689.
Review of Jackendoff,
Patterns in the Mind and Pinker, The Language Instinct, London Review of
(23 June), v. 16, n. 12, pp. 10-11.
"The Role of Language in
Intelligence," in What is Intelligence?, The Darwin College Lectures, ed. Jean
Khalfa, Cambridge, Cambridge Univ. Press.
Interview with Daniel Dennett, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, vol. 7, no. 3.
"Get Real," reply to my
critics, in Philosophical Topics, vol. 22, no 1 &2, Spring & Fall 1994.
"E Pluribus Unum?"
commentary on Wilson & Sober: Group Selection, BBS, vol.
17, no. 4, 1994, pp. 617-18.
- "The Practical Requirements for Making a Conscious Robot," Philosophical Transactions
of the Royal
Society, A, v. 349, pp. 133-146.
- "Is Perception the 'Leading
Edge' of Memory?" A. Spadafora (ed.) Iride: Luoghi della memoria e
dell'oblio, anno. VIII, n. 14, April, pp. 59-78.
- Review of Antonio
Damasio, Descartes' Error, Times Literary Supplement, August 25, pp.
- "Evolution as
Algorithm--the Ultimate Insult?" in The Mind, the Brain and Complex Adaptive
Systems, ed, Harold Morowitz and Jerome Singer, Santa Fe Inst. Studies in the
Sciences of Complexity, Proceedings Vol. XXII, 1995, Addison-Wesley, pp. 221-223.
- "Animal Consciousness:
What Matters and Why," in Social Research, vol. 62, no. 3, Fall 1995, pp.
- "Seeing is Believing--or is
it?" for Perception, Akins ed., Vancouver Studies in Cognitive Science, vol 5:
Oxford University Press, pp. 158-72.
- "Overworking the
Hippocampus," commentary on Jeffrey Gray, Behavioral and
Brain Sciences, vol. 18, no. 4, 1995, pp. 677-78.
- "The Path not Taken,"
commentary on Ned Block, "On Confusion About a Function
of Consciousness," in Behavioral and Brain Sciences, vol. 18, no. 2, 1995, pp.
- "Do Animals have
Beliefs?" in Herbert Roitblat& Jean-Arcady Meyer, eds.,
Comparative Approaches to Cognitive Sciences, MIT Press, 1995, pp. 111-118.
- "How to Make Mistakes,"
in How Things Are, J. Brockman and K. Matson, eds.,
William Morrow and Company, New York, 1995. pp. 137-144.
- "The Unimagined
Preposterousness of Zombies," commentary on T. Moody, O.
Flanagan and T. Polger, Journal of Consciousness Studies, vol. 2, no. 4, 1995, pp.
- review of The Ancient
Mind: Elements of Cognitive Archeology, edited by Colin
Renfrew and Ezra B. W. Zubrow, Cambridge University Press,1994, 191pp + index.
- "Granny versus Mother
Nature--No Contest," Response to Fodor (on DDI) for MIND AND
- "Quantum incoherence,"
review of A. G. Cairns-Smith, Evolving the Mind: on the
nature of matter and the origin of consciousness, Nature, vol. 381, 6 June 1996, pp.
- "Facing Backwards on the
Problem of Consciousness," commentary on Chalmers for
Journal of Consciousness Studies, vol. 3, no. 1 (special issue, part 2), 1996, pp.
- "Producing Future by
Telling Stories," fromThe Robot's Dilemma Revisited..., Ford, Pylyshyn, eds., Ablex
- "Consciousness: More
like Fame than Television," (in German trans.) Die Technik auf dem Weg zur Seele
Christa Maar, Ernst Pöppel, and Thomas Christaller, eds. (Rowohlt, 1996).
- Review of Hofstadter
& F.A.R.G, Fluid Concepts And Creative Analogies, Complexity
Journal, Santa Fe Institute, vol. 1, no. 6, 1995/96, pp. 9-12.
- Review of Other Minds:
Critical Essays, 1969-1994 by Thomas Nagel, OUP, 1995 in
Journal of Philosophy, vol. XCIII, no. 8, Aug 1996, pp.