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Michael Tye is a philosopher at the University of Texas at Austin who has made significant contributions to the philosophy of mind. He was educated at Oxford University in England, studying first physics and then physics and philosophy. Before moving to Texas, Tye taught at Temple University in Philadelphia. He was also a visiting professor at King’s College, London for some ten consecutive years while at Temple and briefly took up a chair at the University of St. Andrews. Besides philosophy of mind, Tye has interests in cognitive science, metaphysics, and philosophical logic, especially problems relating to vagueness.
Total Books: 15
Tye's third book, Ten Problems of Consciousness (1995), was an alternate selection of the Library of Science Book Club. Along with Fred Dretske, Tye defends the representationalist view of consciousness.