Mapping Mental Spaces, Volume 1

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Bilquees Press, Jul 15, 2009 - Philosophy - 698 pages
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The two volumes which give expression to 'Mapping Mental Spaces' are a series of working exercises involving different problems which are entailed by issues of: hermeneutics, innate ideas, apodicticity or certainty, belief, meaning, model-building, psychology, mythology, mysticism, logic, fields, mathematics, quantum mechanics, and holographic theory. Perhaps, what is most important about these exercises is that they provide an individual with opportunities to engage issues, topics, and questions while critically reflecting on not only what is being said by the author but, as well, to critically reflect on what is going on within the reader as she or he works through the material.
 

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Contents

II
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III
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IV
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V
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VI
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VII
233
VIII
331
IX
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X
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XI
557
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Dr. Whitehouse received an honors degree in Social Relations from Harvard University and a doctorate in Educational Theory from the University of Toronto. He has taught courses in both Canada and the United States that deal with various facets of: philosophy, psychology, criminology, and diversity.

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