Other Minds: Critical Essays 1969-1994

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Oxford University Press, 1999 - Philosophy - 229 pages
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Introduction: The Philosophical Culture p. 3 I Philosophy of Mind 1. Freud's Anthropomorphism p. 13 2. Freud's Permanent Revolution p. 26 3. Wittgenstein: The Egocentric Predicament p. 45 4. Chomsky: Linguistics and Epistemology p. 56 5. Fodor: The Boundaries of Inner Space p. 65 6. Armstrong on the Mind p. 72 7. Dennett: Content and Consciousness p. 82 8. Dennett: Consciousness Dissolved p. 86 9. O'Shaughnessy: The Will p. 90 10. Searle: Why We Are Not Computers p. 96 II Ethics and Political Philosophy 11. Aristotle on Eudaimonia p. 113 12. Rawls on Justice p. 121 13. Nozick: Libertarianism without Foundations p. 137 14. Hare: Moral Thinking p. 150 15. Hare: The Foundations of Impartiality p. 156 16. Williams: One Thought Too Many p. 167 17. Williams: Resisting Ethical Theory p. 174 18. Schelling: The Price of Life p. 183 19. Schelling: Personal Identity and Self-Command p. 188 20. Dworkin: Interpretation and the Law p. 194 21. MacIntyre versus the Enlightenment p. 203 22. Kolakowski: Modernity and the Devil p. 210 Index p. 215.
 

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Contents

The Philosophical Culture
3
PHILOSOPHY OF MIND
6
Freuds Anthropomorphism
13
Freuds Permanent Revolution
26
The Egocentric Predicament
45
Linguistics and Epistemology
56
The Boundaries of Inner Space
65
Armstrong on the Mind
72
Rawls on Justice
121
Libertarianism without Foundations
137
Moral Thinking
150
The Foundations of Impartiality
156
One Thought Too Many
167
Resisting Ethical Theory
174
The Price of Life
183
Personal Identity and SelfCommand
188

Content and Consciousness
82
Consciousness Dissolved
86
The Will
90
Why We Are Not Computers
96
ETHICS AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
111
Aristotle on Eudaimonia
113
Interpretation and the Law
194
Maclntyre versus the Enlightenment
203
Modernity and the Devil
210
Index
215
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Thomas Nagel is at School of Law, New York University.

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