Nature and mind, selected essays of Frederick J.E. Woodbridge, presented to him on the occasion of his seventieth birthday by Amherst College, the University of Minnesota, Columbia University; with a bibliography of his writings.

; Amherst College ; University of Minnesota ; Columbia University
New York, Columbia University Press, 1937.

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Other Authors Amherst College.
Columbia University.
University of Minnesota.
Subjects Philosophy.
Description x, 509 pages frontispiece (portrait) 23 cm
Copyright Date 1937.
Notes Also issued online.
Contents [1.] Metaphysics and logic: The argument from design as affected by the theory of evolution -- The problem of metaphysics -- The field of logic -- Naturalism and humanism -- Metaphysics -- Natural teleology -- Evolution -- Structure -- Mind discerned -- Mental development -- Behaviour -- Creation -- Substance -- The promise of pragmatism -- Experience and dialectic -- Implications of the genetic method -- The nature of man -- The universe of light -- An approach to the theory of nature -- [2.] Consciousness and cognition: What is personality? -- The nature of consciousness -- Of what sort is cognitive experience? -- The problem of consciousness -- Perception and epistemology -- Consciousness, the sense organs, and the nervous system -- The problem of time in modern philosophy -- Consciousness and object -- The deception of the senses -- The belief in sensations -- Tangling cognition -- The problem of consciousness again -- [3.] Addresses: The enterprise of learning -- The discovery of the mind -- Places and men -- The practice of philosophy -- The preface to morals.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)777560
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Woodbridge, Frederick James Eugene, 1867-1940.
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