Dennett, Daniel

Dennett, Daniel (Clement)

(1942–  ) philosopher; born in Boston, Mass. After earning an Oxford degree (1965) and teaching at the University of California (1965–71), he became a professor at Tufts, specializing in philosophy of mind and of the social sciences. He won prominence for such studies as Consciousness Explained (1991).
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DENNETT, DANIEL, "The Self as a Center of Narrative Gravity", Tufts, 12 Mayo 2012, http:// ase.
6) Dennett, Daniel, The Self as a Center of Narrative Gravity, s/p.