Power, Form, and Mind

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Bucknell University Press, 1981 - Philosophy - 296 pages
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A study in "intermediate" metaphysics combining elements of empiricism, analysis, and partial skepticism with a systematic account of nature, man, and God. The book concludes with a conative interpretation of mysticism.
 

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Contents

Preface
11
The Nature of Metaphysics
17
Ontological Foundations
44
Change
70
Power
83
Power Freedom and Compulsion
91
Power and Substance
101
The Being of Universals
115
Space and Time
151
Force and Matter
169
Life
182
Mind
197
Freedom
228
God
249
Mysticism and the Holy
274
Bibliography
289

Creativity
125

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