Nature, mind, and death / C.J. Ducasse.


La Salle, Illinois : Open Court Publishing Comapny, 1951.

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Subjects Causaliteit.
Esprit et corps.
Filosofie.
Kennistheorie.
Mind and body.
Philosophie.
Philosophy.
Series Paul Carus lectures ; 8th ser.
Description xix, 514 pages : portrait ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1951.
Contents Philosophy : its subject matter, method, and utility. Metaphysics, knowledge, and the mind-body problem ; The problems of any science ; The practical problems of philosophy ; The theoretical problems of philosophy ; The method of knowledge in philosophy ; Philosophical method, reality, and the mind-body problem -- Fundamental categories. Causality : critique of Hume's analysis ; Analysis of the causal relation ; The universality and uniformity of causation ; Causality, substances, properties, and events ; Causality, determinism, and freedom -- Nature, matter, and minds. Nature, matter, and mind as behavior ; The relation of sensa to sensing ; What is mental? ; Objective reference, objects, and the perception of nature ; The mental operations ; The substantiality of minds -- The mind-body relation and the possibility of a life after death. The mind-body relation ; The case against the possibility of survival ; The case for the possibility of survival ; Some theoretically possible forms of survival.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)266513
(OCoLC)ocm00266513
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WorldCat Identities Ducasse, Curt John, 1881-1969,
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