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Presses universitaires Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, 2008. “Le présent recueil contribue à combler une lacune. Il y a quelque chose de choquant à constater à quel point, jusqu'à aujourd'hui, les études littéraires se sont tenues en marge des sciences, alors que la connaissance de Descartes ou de Pascal demeure incomplète si l'on ignore leurs travaux mathématiques. Early modern natural philosophy Early modern natural philosophy
From Books in Non-Human Biological Organisms edited by Steven Shaviro Introduction What is the relationship between life and thought? Cognition and Decision - Books Cognition and Decision - Books
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Problems from Wilfrid Sellars Problems from Wilfrid Sellars Photo is a gift from Cynthia Freeland. Taken by either by her or by Ken Alpern. Krist Bender, Cynthia's husband, scanned it. "Sellars is one of the most important philosophical writers of the century, perhaps of any century, and he was also one of the most outstanding philosophy editors of the century, perhaps of any century." Keith Lehrer Who was Wilfrid Sellars?
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Description This course will concentrate on major figures and persistent themes in ancient and medieval philosophy. A balance will be sought between scope and depth, the latter ensured by a close reading of selected texts from Plato, Aristotle, Lucretius, Marcus Aurelius, Augustine, and Thomas Aquinas. For all available materials for the course, “Ancient and Medieval Philosophy”, visit the Notre Dame OpenCourseWare site: Customer Reviews Ancient Medieval Philosophy, Open Courseware - Download free content from University of Notre Dame on iTunes Ancient Medieval Philosophy, Open Courseware - Download free content from University of Notre Dame on iTunes
Philosophy with John Searle: Three Free Courses You can’t dabble in the world of philosophy very long without encountering John Searle. One of America’s most respected philosophers, Searle did important work on “speech act” theory during the 1960s, then later turned to consciousness and artificial intelligence, out of which came his famous “Chinese room” thought experiment. Searle has taught philosophy at UC-Berkeley since 1959, and, until recently, his courses were only available to matriculated students. But this fall semester, the good folks at Berkeley recorded three courses taught by Searle, and made them available online. We have added them to the Philosophy section of our big collection of Free Online Courses. Philosophy with John Searle: Three Free Courses
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Book I of Hegel's Science of Logic - Being Book I of Hegel's Science of Logic - Being In no science is the need to begin with the subject matter itself, without preliminary reflections, felt more strongly than in the science of logic. In every other science the subject matter and the scientific method are distinguished from each other; also the content does not make an absolute beginning but is dependent on other concepts and is connected on all sides with other material. These other sciences are, therefore, permitted to speak of their ground and its context and also of their method, only as premises taken for granted which, as forms of definitions and such-like presupposed as familiar and accepted, are to be applied straight-way, and also to employ the usual kind of reasoning for the establishment of their general concepts and fundamental determinations. Logic on the contrary, cannot presuppose any of these forms of reflection and laws of thinking, for these constitute part of its own content and have first to be established within the science.
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This is the second in a series of interviews about religion that I am conducting for The Stone. The interviewee for this installment is Louise Antony, a professor of philosophy at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the editor of the essay collection “Philosophers Without Gods: Meditations on Atheism and the Secular Life.” Gary Gutting: You’ve taken a strong stand as an atheist, so you obviously don’t think there are any good reasons to believe in God.

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Philosophy, Vol. 57, No. 221 (Jul., 1982), pp. 395-401
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EpistemeLinks was started in 1997 and later grew to include over 19,000 categorized links to philosophy resources on the Internet and had several additional features. After becoming increasingly out of date, the site was taken down in 2011. This page now provides selected links to some outstanding resources for philosophy. I hope you find this listing helpful. – Thomas Stone

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First published Mon Oct 15, 2012 Process philosophy is based on the premise that being is dynamic and that the dynamic nature of being should be the primary focus of any comprehensive philosophical account of reality and our place within it. Even though we experience our world and ourselves as continuously changing, Western metaphysics has long been obsessed with describing reality as an assembly of static individuals whose dynamic features are either taken to be mere appearances or ontologically secondary and derivative. For process philosophers the adventure of philosophy begins with a set of problems that traditional metaphysics marginalizes or even sidesteps altogether: what is the role of mind in our experience of reality as becoming? Are there several varieties of becoming — for instance, the uniform going on of activities versus the coming about of developments? Process Philosophy
First published Mon Sep 10, 2007 It is not easy to say what metaphysics is. Ancient and Medieval philosophers might have said that metaphysics was, like chemistry or astrology, to be defined by its subject matter: metaphysics was the “science” that studied “being as such” or “the first causes of things” or “things that do not change.” Metaphysics