Philosophy of mind is a sub-discipline that has become prominent within the analytic tradition of philosophy. It tends to focus on questions that arise concerning the nature of consciousness and its relation to the understanding of the world presented in physics and more recently with results of research in neuroscience and artificial intelligence. Traditionally questions about the relation between the mind and body, what guarantees personal identity across time and how we can know other minds have played a prominent role.

Topics in the philosophy of mind

Anomalousness of the mind
Behaviourism
Cartesian dualism
Descartes arguments for dualism
Distinctive features of the mind
EpiphenomenalismIdentity theory of MindIntentionalityLack of spatial features of the mindMind-body interactionNonreductive PhysicalismOccassionalismParallelismPhenomenality and mindPhenomenological fallacyPhysicalismPrivileged accessSpatiality objectionSubjectivity of the mindSupervenienceReification fallacyTheories of the mind
Bibliography of reformational work relevant to philosophy of mind

Dooyeweerd, Herman (1999) In the Twilight of Western Thought The Edwin Mellen Press
Dooyeweerd, Herman (2002) Encylopedia of the Science of Law Vol. I The Edwin Mellen Press
Geertsema, Henk G. (1999-2000). ‘Science and Person: Beyond the Cartesian Paradigm” in Gregersen, N.H., Gorman, U., and Drees, W.B. (eds.) Studies in Science and Theology. Yearbook of the European Society for Studies in Science and Theology. Vol. 7 pp.47-64
Geertsema, Henk G (2002) ‘Which causality? Whose explanation?’ Philosophia Reformata 67:2 pp.173-185
Geertsema, Henk G (2006) ‘Cyborg: Myth or Reality?’ Zygon 21:2 pp.289-328
Geertsema, Henk G (2011) 'Embodied Freedom' Koers 76:1 pp.33-58
Glas, Gerrit (2002) ‘Churchland, Kendel and Dooyeweerd on the reducibility of mind states’ Philosophia Reformata 67:2 pp.148-172
Glas, Gerrit (2010) ‘Christian Philosophical Anthropology. A Reformation Perspective Philosophia Reformata 75:2 pp.141-189

Klapwijk, Jacob (2008) Purpose in the Living World? Creation and Emergent Evolution Cambridge University Press
Reitsema, Hendrik (2008) ‘Physicalism and the Ontological Hardness of Laws’ in Philosophy put to work pp.125-140
Troost, Andree (1993) ‘Towards a Reformational Philosophical Theory of Action’ Philosophia Reformata 58:2 pp.221-236