The authors explain the ideas of philosophers such as Wittgenstein, Putnam, Fodor, Davidson, Dennett, and Merleau-Ponty and examine the famous examples these and other philosophers have introduced. They also provide an overview of the issues and debates involving reductionism, functionalism, computational theories of mind, connectionism, the language of thought, externalism versus internalism in the theory of thought content, interpretationism, the problem of consciousness, and theories of experience. The fresh and incisive perspective of Philosophy of Mind will be of interest to both undergraduate and graduate students in philosophy as well as to students and professionals in cognitive science disciplines who would like an introduction to the philosophical treatment of the subject. Guides to further reading are provided in each chapter and the book includes a helpful glossary and useful diagrams.