Spirit and Soul: Essays in Philosophical Psychology, Second Expanded Edition

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Spring, Sep 28, 2004 - Psychology - 384 pages
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In a clear and vivid manner, Edward S. Casey, one of America's finest thinkers, takes up the great themes of imagination, remembering, perceiving, and place. A brilliant and useful account of basic philosophical problems, which are also major mysteries of the soul. By re-joining spirit and soul, this book is a major contribution to the fields of philosophy and psychology.

This second edition includes three new essays: "Reality in Representation;" "Anima Loci," and "Taking a Glance at the Place of Soul in the Environment;" as well as a new afterword, "Reflections on the Soul's Inherence in Place.">

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