Here’s a review of a book I edited, The Continuum Companion to the Philosophy of Mind, which appears in the Notre Dame Philosophical Review. I think the author, Amy Kind, lives up to her name. She’s kind enough to give me the benefit of the doubt when it comes to the mix of topics, and I think knows how difficult the brief was — produce a book which might be of value to researchers working at many different levels. Trying to hit twelve targets at once is harder than trying to hit one, but I think the book really does bring together good philosophers writing on interesting topics. And there’s enough in it to justify the claim that it really is of use to students and old hands alike.
Maybe I agree with what she has to say about costs too.