Paul Church land is one of the greatest acknowledging Canadian Philosopher he was known for his studies in the Neurophilosophy, or we can say the philosophy of the mind. He was born on October 21, 1942, He graduated from University of British Columbia with a degree in Bachelor of Arts.
At the age of 27 after getting a PhD from the University of Pittsburgh in 1969. Churchland becomes a rank of full professor at the University of Manitoba. As a professor, he first gives teachings in the University of Toronto from 1967-69. And after that, he teaches in Manitoba for Fifteen years as an assistant professor.
And then studied in the Institute For Advanced Study In Princeton and then got into the faculty at the University of California, San Diego in 1984. After that in February 2017, Paul is recognized as a Professor Emeritus at the university where he held the Valtz Family Endowed Chair in Philosophy.
His spouse is Patrica Churchland. Both of them have the same field of work as a Neurophilosophy. And both shared two kids named Mark and Anne Churchland, who also shared the same profession as Neuroscience.
Neurophilosophy means to deal with everyday mental concepts like feelings, emotions, beliefs and desires of different persons.
Writings Of Paul
Churchland, P.M (2012) Plato’s Camera: How the physical brain captures a landscape of abstract universals.Cambridge, MA: MIT Press
Churchland, P.M(1989) A neurocomputational perspective: The nature of mind and the structure of science. Cambridge.MA: MIT Press.
Churchland, PM (1986) Scientific realism and the plasticity of mind Cambridge Studies in Philosophy, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, UK