Dretske in September 2012
Fredrick Irwin Dretske
December 9, 1932
|Died||July 24, 2013(aged 80)|
|Cause of death||Heart failure|
|Alma mater||University of Minnesota|
|Awards||Jean Nicod Prize (1994)|
His later work centered on conscious experience and self-knowledge. Additionally, he was awarded the Jean Nicod Prize in 1994. Dretske received his Ph.D from The University of Minnesota and taught for a number of years at the University of Wisconsin–Madison before moving to Stanford University.
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- Dretske's page at Duke
- An Interview with Fred Dretske where colleagues ask about his work. From The Dualist, Stanford's Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy
- WHAT GOOD IS CONSCIOUSNESS?
- THE MIND'S AWARENESS OF ITSELF
- Where is the Mind when the Body Performs?
- First Person Warrant: Comments On Siewert's The Significance Of Consciousness