The Nature and Limits of Human Understanding

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Anthony Sanford, Philip Nicholas Johnson-Laird
A&C Black, May 1, 2003 - Philosophy - 259 pages
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This book is an exploration of human understanding, from the perspectives of psychology, philosophy, biology and theology. The six contributors are among the most internationally eminent in their fields. Though scholarly, the writing is non-technical. No background in psychology, philosophy or theology is presumed. No other interdisciplinary work has undertaken to explore the nature of human understanding. This book is unique, and highly significant for anyone interested in or concerned about the human condition.
 

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Contents

The Embodied Mind and How to Live with One
47
When
75
Evolutionary Naturalism
109
Must Science Validate All Knowledge?
163
Metaphysics and Theology
209
The Nature and Limits of Theological
237
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Anthony J. Sandford, F.B.PsS. is Professor of Psychology, University of Glasgow.

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