© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/156916209X412266 Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 40 (2009) 107–125 brill.nl/jpp pheno menol ogical p s y c h ology jour nal of Book Reviews Gallagher, S. and Zahavi, D. Th e Phenomenological Mind: An Introduction to Phi- losophy of Mind and Cognitive Science. London and New York. Routledge, 2008, xi + 244 pp. $120. (Cloth) Review by : Amedeo Giorgi, Saybrook Graduate School Th is book presents a consistent phenomenological approach to the investigation of consciousness. It is refreshing in that it includes much recent discoveries and perspectives within phenomenology in its presentation and it dialogues with the analytic philosophical tradition as well as non-phenomenological contribu- tions from cognitive science. While the authors are open to such contributions, they hold their ground and defend the phenomenological approach throughout the book. Th e covering of topics is impressively extensive. Gallagher and Zahavi, in the ﬁ rst chapter, begin with a succinct but clear presentation of phenomenology, dis- tinguishing from but also relating it to analytic approaches in the philosophy of mind and cognitive science. In this section there is also a good discussion about the erroneous attitudes held about introspection and a nice
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