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M.タイ著/動物にも意識はあるのか

Tense Bees and Shell-Shocked Crabs : Are Animals Conscious?

Tye, Michael

Oxford Univ Pr 2016/12
231 p. illustrations ; 22 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780190278014
KCN: 1025127186
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納期について
DDC: 591.5
KDC: A111 形而上学・認識論
M432
書評掲載: Choice Reviews 2017 June ,PW Reviews 2016 October #2
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What is it like 'on the inside' for nonhuman animals? Do they feel anything? Most people happily accept that dogs, for example, share many experiences and feelings with us. But what about simpler creatures? Fish? Honeybees? Crabs? Turning to the artificial realm, what about robots? This book presents answers to these questions.

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What is it like 'on the inside' for nonhuman animals? Do they feel anything? Most people happily accept that dogs, for example, share many experiences and feelings with us. But what about simpler creatures? Fish? Honeybees? Crabs? Turning to the artificial realm, what about robots? This book presents answers to these questions.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Experience and Its Limits: The Problem. Chapter 2 -- Experience and Consciousness 2.1 Problem Cases? 2.2 The Higher Order Theory of Consciousness 2.3 Phenomenal consciousness versus access consciousness 2.4 Phenomenal consciousness versus access consciousness 2.5 The upshot for animal consciousness Chapter 3: It's Got to be Human! 3.1 Descartes and the animals 3.2 Descartes and Turing 3.3 Conceptualism about experience Chapter 4 - Our Friends and Neighbors 4.1 Beliefs and desires 4.2 Experiences and feelings Chapter 5: Reasoning about Other Species 5.1 Cupcake's pain 5.2 Sharpening the issue 5.3 Is the absence of a neocortex a defeater? 5.4 Should we be agnostic? 5.5 Alternative strategies Chapter 6: A Fish Called Wanda 6.1 Pain 6.2 Fish nociception and fish behavior 6.3 Is there a better explanation? 6.4 Fish fear 6.5 Perceptual consciousness in fish 6.6 Yes, but are there really fish qualia? Chapter 7: Of Birds and Reptiles (and Fish) 7.1 The origins of birds 7.2 Bird emotions 7.3 Birds and pain 7.4 Perceptual experiences in birds 7.5 Reptiles Chapter 8: Tense Bees and Shell-Shocked Crabs 8.1 Insect nociception and pain 8.2 Insects and emotions 8.3 Are bees zombies? 8.4 Crabs and pain 8.5 Crabs and bees Chapter 9: The Girl Who Cannot Feel Pain 9.1 A complaint from Block 9.2 Protozoa 9.3 Plants 9.4 Caterpillars Chapter 10: Commander Data and Robot Rabbit 10.1 The original China-Body problem 10.2 Reasoning about Commander Data 10.3 The silicon chip argument 10.4 Real rabbit and robot rabbit 10.5 A further reason for preferring the view that Commander Data and robot rabbit are conscious 10.6 A final consideration Chapter 11: The Ethical Treatment of Animals 11.1 Animal welfarism 11.2 Speciesism 11.3 Regan and Rawls 11.4 Centered speciesism and biological proximity 11.5 The treatment of animals