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Expansion for Nature of Minds

875 1. Philosophy
542 2. Reason
573 3. Truth
763 4. Formal Logic
1163 5. Theory of Logic
1137 6. Mathematics
918 7. Existence
825 8. Modes of Existence
1472 9. Objects
766 10. Modality
394 11. Knowledge Aims
625 12. Knowledge Sources
583 13. Knowledge Criteria
624 14. Science

470 15. Nature of Minds
A. Nature of Mind
7 1. Mind a. Mind
6 b. Purpose of mind
12 c. Features of mind
8 d. Location of mind
10 e. Questions about mind
23 2. Psuché
12 3. Mental Causation
2 4. Other Minds a. Other minds
6 b. Scepticism of other minds
18 c. Knowing other minds
12 d. Other minds by analogy
21 5. Unity of Mind
10 6. Anti-Individualism
11 7. Animal Minds
8 8. Brain
B. Features of Minds
18 1. Consciousness a. Consciousness
9 b. Essence of consciousness
6 c. Parts of consciousness
12 d. Purpose of consciousness
16 e. Cause of consciousness
15 f. Higher-order thought
13 2. Unconscious Mind
9 3. Privacy
17 4. Intentionality a. Nature of intentionality
23 b. Intentionality theories
17 5. Qualia a. Nature of qualia
12 b. Qualia and intentionality
13 c. Explaining qualia
8 6. Inverted Qualia
6 7. Blindsight
C. Capacities of Minds
8 1. Faculties
10 2. Imagination
27 3. Abstraction by mind
6 4. Objectification
30 5. Generalisation by mind
7 6. Idealisation
13 7. Seeing Resemblance
3 8. Remembering Contiguity
6 9. Perceiving Causation

412 16. Persons
473 17. Mind and Body
695 18. Thought
763 19. Language
209 20. Action
193 21. Aesthetics
712 22. Metaethics
807 23. Ethics
174 24. Applied Ethics
958 25. Society
933 26. Natural Theory
566 27. Natural Reality
387 28. God
256 29. Religion