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IntroductionA Glance Ahead
David Humes Science of Human Nature
The Method of InquiryThe Primacy of the Moral
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According to Hume agent analytical hypotheses behavioristic believes bodily motions Carnap causal explanation cause chapter Chisholm concepts concerned consciousness context describe distinction Durkheim empirical empiricists example existence experience experimental method explanatory extensional external false Frege's Hegel Hence human actions Hume's principle implies individual inquiry intentional sentences intentionality interpretive explanation interpretive understanding investigation involved kind of knowledge Laius language of science latter linguistic logical Marx Max Weber meaning hypotheses meaningful mental mentalistic merely method of reasoning mind moral science motives natural sciences nonextensional notion observation occurs participant ideas perceptions phenomena philosophical possible principles priori problem propositions psychological question Quine R. G. Collingwood relations of ideas scientific language Sellars semantics sense and reference social action social events social practices social science social scientist sociology speaker subjective meaning suppose synonymy systems of analytical thesis thought tion true truth utterance W. V. O. Quine Wilfred Sellars Winch