Praise for the first edition: In Mental Reality, Galen Strawson tries to determine what the fundamental and difficult questions about the mind are, and to answer them. His answers are iconoclastic and brilliant, especially his sustained criticism of behaviorism, functionalism and of certain ideas associated with Wittgenstein.—Paul Snowdon, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research—
Praise for the first edition: Perhaps the most detailed and convincing refutation of behaviorism given yet in philosophy.
—Times Literary Supplement
Praise for the first edition: Strawson’s inquiry explores a remarkable range of hard questions with care and insight.
, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research