William S. Robinson
A.B., Yale University, 1962, Mathematics
Ph.D, Indiana University, 1966, Philosophy
Lecturer in Philosophy, Indiana University, 1965-1966
Professor of Philosophy, Iowa State University, 1966
Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Hebei University, Baoding, People's Republic of China,
spring semester, 1987.
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Why I am a dualist
In Philosophy: The Basic Issues
ed. E. D. Klemke, A. D. Kline, and R. Hollinger, eds.
St. Martin's Press, 1982, pp. 169-176.
Causation, sensations, and knowledge
Mind, vol. 91, 1982, pp. 524-540.
States and beliefs
Mind, vol. 99, 1990, pp. 33-51.
Brain symbols and cornputationalist explanation
Minds and machines, vol. 5, 1995, pp. 25-44.
Some nonhuman animals can have pains in a morally relevant sense
Biology and Philosophy, vol 12, 1997, pp. 51-71.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, archive edition, March 31, 1999
Qualia realism and neural activation patterns
Journal of Consciousness Studies, vol. 6, 1999, pp. 65-80.
Thoughts without distinctive, non-imagistic phenomenology
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, vol. 70, 2005, pp. 534-561.
What Is It Like to Like?
Philosophical Psychology, vol. 19, 2006 pp. 743-765.
Experience and Representation
in Wright, E., ed., The Case for Qualia (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press/Bradford, 2008), pp. 73-87.
Brains and People
Temple University Press, 1988.
Computers, Minds, and Robots
Temple University Press, 1992.
Understanding Phenomenal Consciousness
Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Your Brain and You: What Neuroscience Means for Us
Goshawk Books, 2010. (Description and link to Amazon at http://yourbrainandyou.com .)