|Mary Rowland Haight|
|Philosopher: born USA. resident in Scotland since 1967. Trained at
Oxford, employed Dept. of Philosophy, University of Glasgow, now retired
(Senior Research Fellow).
Main philosophical interests: philosophy of mind, aesthetics, Greek philosophy, logic.
A STUDY OF SELF-DECEPTION, Harvester Press(UK)/Humanities Press (USA) 1980.
GUNDDH, a short utopian book printed serially in the journal COGITO between 1993 and 1995.
THE SNAKE AND THE FOX: An Introduction to Logic (Routledge 1999)
'Picturing Unreality', ANALYSIS 1968
'Nonsense', BRITISH JOURNAL OF AESTHETICS 1971
'Who's Who in Pictures', BRITISH JOURNAL OF AESTHETICS 1974, pp 13-23
'Conditional Essences', BRITISH JOURNAL OF AESTHETICS 1990.
II. Philosophy of Mind
'Tales from a Black Box', SELF-DECEPTION AND SELF-UNDERSTANDING (ed. M.W. Martin). U. of Kansas 1985.
'Hypnosis and the Philosophy of Mind', PROCEEDINGS OF THE ARISTOTELIAN SOCIETY, March 1990.
'Could Chrysalid Telepathy Survive?', PARAPSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY AND THE MIND, (Essays Honouring John Beloff), Fiona Steinkampf (ed.), Macfarlane & Co. Inc, 2002.
III. Hard to Classify
'Nathan Detroit's Guide to Freewill and Determinism', COGITO 1989.
‘The Bathyspherus Fragments’, a column in THE OYSTER CLUB, a journal published by Glasgow University gradutate students and now extinct.
"Gunddh: A six part serial", COGITO, 1993-1995.
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