|Mark Rowlands: Hour of the Wolf|
|Marshall (Richard) & Rowlands (Mark)|
|Source: Marshall (Richard) - Philosophy at 3:AM: Questions and Answers with 25 Top Philosophers|
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Mark Rowlands begins with the curious case of Brenin, the wolf that inspired him to think about the relationship between other animals and humans and a shared heritage encapsulated in the "Machiavellian Intelligence2 Hypothesis." Separately, he discusses arguments for animal rights3. He also looks at what a "mental process" might be and his version of the "extended mind" hypothesis. He claims intentionality as the cornerstone of everything he is arguing about, and how he doesn't think a naturalized account of it has yet been presented, even though he has tried.
For the interview on-line, see Link.
Footnote 1: In "Marshall (Richard) - Philosophy at 3:AM: Introduction".
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