The Ghost

in the Machine

Fights the

Last Battle

for the

Human Soul

 

RENE DESCARTES IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY



Richard Watson

in



A Speculative and Prophetic Lecture Concerning the Future of Philosophy and Neuroscience in Western Civilization at the Dawn of the Third Millennium





Watson is a professor of philosophy at Washington University, St. Louis and author of

THE BREAKDOWN OF CARTESIAN METAPHYSICS

REPRESENTATIONAL IDEAS FROM PLATO AND PATRICIA CHURCHLAND

THE PHILOSOPHER'S DIET--HOW TO LOSE WEIGHT AND CHANGE THE WORLD

THE PHILOSOPHER'S JOKE--ESSAYS IN FORM AND CONTENT

THE PHILOSOPHER'S DEMISE--LEARNING FRENCH

and numerous other books and articles on subjects as wide-ranging as cave exploration and postmodern archeology

October 18, 1999

Monday, 7:30 p.m.

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