Intentional Implications: The Impact of a Reduction of Mind on Philosophy
This book is an examination of the implications of a mature Humean-Sartrean analysis of mind, including its impact on perception, personal identity, weakness of the will, and cognitivism. Contents: INTRODUCTION; TERMS; Identity; Existence; Knowledge; Paradigmatic Uses of Material Identity; Qualities; Universals; Indiscernibility; Substance; Change; AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE; PERSONAL IDENTITY; THE GIVEN; Theory Neutral Observations; Logical Entailments of the Absence of a Given; Materialism; THE DREAM ARGUMENT; AKRASIA; The Problem; The Nature of Desiring; COGNITIVISM; APPENDICES.
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Paradigmatic Uses of Material Identity
Theory Neutral Observations
Logical Entailments of the Absence of a Given
The Dream Argument
The Nature of Desiring
An Historical Perspective
The Structure of Relations
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