I no longer update this bibliography (last updated 7/25/2006). However, since 2009 I have been the area editor for Philosophy of Neuroscience at PhilPapers.org: http://philpapers.org/browse/philosophy-of-neuroscience/
In September 2011, Alexander Ovsov translated this into Romanian. It's available here: http://webhostinggeeks.com/science/pete-mandiks-rm

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Akins, K. 1993. A bat without qualities? Consciousness: Psychological and Philosophical Essays. M. Davies and G. Humphreys, Basil Blackwell.

Akins, K. 1993. What is it like to be boring and myopic? Dennett and his Critics. B. Dahlbom, Basil Blackwell.

Akins, K. 1996. Lost the Plot? Reconstructing Dennett's Multiple Drafts Theory of Consciousness. Mind and Language 11(1): 1-46.

Akins, K. 1996. Of Sensory Systems and the "Aboutness" of Mental States. Journal of Philosophy: 337-72.

Akins, K. and S. Winger 1996. Ships in the Night: Churchland and Ramachandran on Dennett's Theory of Consciousness. Perception. (ed.) K. Akins.

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Bechtel, W. 1983 . A bridge between cognitive science and neuroscience: The functional architecture of mind. Philosophical Studies 44:319-30.

Bechtel, W. 1984. Autonomous psychology: What it should and should not entail. Philosophy of Science Association 1984, 1:43-55 .

Bechtel, W. 1986. What happens to accounts of mind-brain relations if we forgo an architecture of rules and representations? Philosophy of Science Association 1986, 159-71.

Bechtel, W. 1987. Connectionism and the philosophy of mind. Southern Journal of Philosophy Supplement 26:17-41. Reprinted in (W. Lycan, ed) Mind and Cognition. Basil Blackwell, 1990 .

Bechtel, W. 1988. Connectionism and rules and representation systems: Are they compatible? Philosophical Psychology 1:5-16.

Bechtel, W. 1993. Currents in connectionism. Minds and Machines, 3, 125-153.

Bechtel, W. 1993. The case for connectionism. Philosophical Studies, 71, 119-154.

Bechtel, W. 1994. Natural deduction in connectionist systems. Synthese 101, 433-463. (This is available as a postscript file.)

Bechtel, W. 1995. Biological and social constraints on cognitive processes: The need for dynamical interactions between levels of organization. Canadian Journal of Philosophy Supplementary Volume 20, pp. 133-164.

Bechtel, W. 1995. Consciousness: Perspectives from Symbolic and Connectionist AI. Neuropsychologia, 33, 1075-1086 (This is available as a postscript file.)

Bechtel, W. 1996. Responsibility and decision making in the era of neural networks. Social Philosophy and Policy.

Bechtel, W. 1996. What should a connectionist philosophy of science look like? In R. N. McCauley, ed., The Churchlands and their critics. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. (This is available as a postscript file.)

Bechtel, W. 1997. Embodied Connectionism. In D. Johnson and C. E. Erneling, The future of  the cognitive revolution, pp. 187-208. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (This is available as a postscript file.)

Bechtel, W. & Abrahamsen, A. 1990. Beyond the exclusively propositional era. Synthese 82:223-53.

Bechtel, W. & Abrahamsen, A. 1991. Connectionism and the mind: A introduction to parallel processing in networks. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. French translation, le connexionnisme et l'esprit: Introduction au traitement parallele par re seaux, by Joelle Proust, Paris: Editions la Decouverte, 1993.  Second edition in preparation.

Bechtel, W., & Abrahamsen, A.A. 1992 . Connectionism and the future of folk psychology. In (R. Burton, ed) Minds: Natural and Artificial. SUNY Press.

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Bechtel, W., Mandik, P., Mundale, J., and Stufflebeam, R. S. (eds.) (2001). Philosophy and the Neurosciences: A Reader. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Bechtel, William, Mandik, Pete, and Mundale, Jennifer (2001). Philosophy Meets the Neurosciences. In: Bechtel W, Mandik P, Mundale J, and Stufflebeam RS (eds.) Philosophy and the neurosciences: A reader. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Bechtel, W. and Mundale, J. 1997. Multiple Realizability Revisited. Proceedings of theAustralian Cognitive Science Society.

Bechtel, W. & Richardson, R. C. 1992. Emergent phenomena and complex systems. In A. Beckermann, H. Flohr, & J. Kim (Eds.) Emergence or Reduction? Essays on the prospects of nonreductive physicalism, pp. 257-288. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter Verlag.

Bechtel, W. and Richardson, R. C. 1993. Discovering complexity: Decomposition and localization as strategies in scientific research. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

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Bub, J. 1994. Testing models of cognition through the analysis of brain-damaged patients. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 45:837-55.

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Churchland, P. M. 1985. On the speculative nature of our self-conception. Canadian Journal of Philosophy Supplement 11:157-173.

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Churchland, P. M. 1988 . Perceptual plasticity and theoretical neutrality: A reply to Jerry Fodor. Philosophy of Science 55:167-87. Reprinted in A Neurocomputational Perspective (MIT Press, 1989) .

Churchland, P. M. 1988. Folk psychology and the explanation of human behavior. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 62:209-21. Reprinted in A Neurocomputational Perspective (MIT Press, 1989).

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Churchland, P. M. 1989. A Neurocomputational Perspective: The Nature of Mind and the Structure of Science. MIT Press.

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Churchland, P. M. 1995. The Engine of Reason, the Seat of the Soul: A Philosophical Journey into the Brain. MIT Press.

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Churchland, P. M. & Churchland, P. S.1981. Functionalism, qualia and intentionality. Philosophical Topics 12:121-32. Reprinted in A Neurocomputational Perspective (MIT Press, 1989).

Churchland, P. M. & Churchland, P. S.1983. Stalking the wild epistemic engine. Nous 17:5-20. Reprinted in (W. Lycan, ed) Mind and Cognition (Basil Blackwell, 1990).

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Churchland, P. S. 1978 . Fodor on language learning. Synthese 38:149-59.

Churchland, P. S. 1980. Language, thought, and information processing. Nous 14:147-70.

Churchland, P. S. 1980. A perspective on mind-brain research. Journal of Philosophy 77:185-207.

Churchland, P. S. 1981. Is determinism self-refuting? Mind 90:99-101.

Churchland, P. S. 1981. On the alleged backward referral of experience and its relevance to the mind-body problem. Philosophy of Science 48:165-81.

Churchland, P. S. 1982 . Mind-brain reduction: New light from philosophy of science. Neuroscience 7:1041-7.

Churchland, P. S. 1983. Consciousness: the transmutation of a concept. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 64:80-95.

Churchland, P. S. 1986 . Neurophilosophy: Toward A Unified Science of the Mind-Brain. MIT Press.

Churchland, P. S. 1987. Epistemology in the age of neuroscience. Journal of Philosophy 84:546-53.

Churchland, P. S. 1988 . Reduction and the neurobiological basis of consciousness. In (A. Marcel & E. Bisiach, eds) Consciousness in Contemporary Science. Oxford University Press.

Churchland, P. S. 1994 . Can neurobiology teach us anything about consciousness? Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 67:23-40.

Churchland, P. S. and Grush, R. (to appear) Computation and the Brain.

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Churchland, P. S., Ramachandran, V.S. 1993. Filling in: Why Dennett is wrong. In (B. Dahlbom, ed) Dennett and His Critics. Basil Blackwell.

Clark, Andy. 1989. Microcognition: Philosophy, Cognitive Science, and Parallel Distributed Processing. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Clark, Andy. 1993. Associative Engines: Connectionism, Concepts, and Representational Change. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

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Damasio, A. 1994. Descartes' Error. New York: Putnam.

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Edelman, G. 1992. Bright Air, Brilliant Fire. New York. Basic Books.

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Grush, R. & Churchland, P.S. Gaps in Penrose's Toilings. Journal of Consciousness Studies. 2(1):10 - 29. Also to appear in Conscious Experience Thomas Metzinger, ed. 1996 Allen Press. A version in German will appear in Bewu�tsein, edited by Thomas Metzinger.

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