The Philosophy and Science of Predictive Processing

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book-author

Dina Mendonca, Manuel Curado, Steven S. Gouveia

publisher

Bloomsbury Academic; 1st edition

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PDF

pages

Pages

language

English

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B08MPW1NDS

isbn10

1350099759; 1350099775; 1350099767

isbn13

9781350099753/ 9781350099777/ 9781350099760


Book Description

The Philosophy and Science of Predictive Processing; (PDF)  explores how predictive processing; which debates that our brains are constantly producing and updating hypotheses about our exterior situations; sheds new mild on the character of the thoughts. It demonstrates how it’s just like and expands different theoretical approaches that target the energetic position of the thoughts and its dynamic operate.

Providing a whole information to the philosophical and empirical implications of predictive processing; contributors deliver views from neuroscience; philosophy; and psychology. Together; they study the numerous philosophical purposes of predictive processing and its thrilling potential throughout psychological well being; neuroscience; cognitive science; and robotics.

Presenting a balanced and in depth overview of the topic; The Philosophy and Science of Predictive Processing is a milestone quantity inside the philosophy of thoughts.

Review

This exciting volume stresses one of the key bridges of our time; predictive coding. It brings together different perspectives by prominent figures in both fields of neuroscience and philosophy; making it exceptional and a must-read for everybody interested in bridging the gap of neuroscience and philosophy.” ― Georg Northoff; Michael Smith Chair in Neurosciences and Mental Health; Institute of Mental Health Research; University of Ottawa; Canada

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Additional information

book-author

Dina Mendonca, Manuel Curado, Steven S. Gouveia

publisher

Bloomsbury Academic; 1st edition

file-type

PDF

pages

Pages

language

English

asin

B08MPW1NDS

isbn10

1350099759; 1350099775; 1350099767

isbn13

9781350099753/ 9781350099777/ 9781350099760

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Contents
List of Figures
Notes on Contributors
Preface: The Brain as a Prediction Machine
Acknowledgments
List of Abbreviations
Introduction
Part One- Predictive Processing: Philosophical Approaches
1 Predictive Processing and Representation: How Less Can Be More
2 A Humean Challenge to Predictive Coding
3 Are Markov Blankets Real and Does It Matter?
4 Predictive Processing and Metaphysical Views of the Self
Part Two- Predictive Processing: Cognitive Science and Neuroscientific Approaches
5 From the Retina to Action: Dynamics of Predictive Processing in the Visual System
6 Predictive Processing and Consciousness: Prediction Fallacy and Its Spatiotemporal Resolution
7 The Many Faces of Attention: Why Precision Optimization Is Not Attention
8 Predictive Processing: Does It Compute?
Part Three- Predictive Processing: Mental Health
9 The Predictive Brain, Conscious Experience, and Brain-related Conditions
10 Disconnection and Diaschisis: Active Inference in Neuropsychology
11 The Phenomenology and Predictive Processing of Time in Depression
12 Why Use Predictive Processing to Explain Psychopathology? The Case of Anorexia Nervosa
Index

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