Philosophy, its History and Historiography

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Alan J. Holland
Springer Science & Business Media, 1985. szept. 30. - 335 oldal
The Royal Institute of Philosophy has been sponsoring conferences in alternate years since 1969. These have from the start been intended to be of interest to persons who are not philosophers by profession. They have mainly focused on interdisciplinary areas such as the philosophies of psychology, education and the social sciences. The volumes arising from these conferences have included discussions between philosophers and distinguished practitioners of other disciplines relevant to the chosen topic. Beginning with the 1979 conference on 'Law, Morality and Rights' and the 1981 conference on 'Space, Time and Causality' these volumes are now constituted as a series. It is h
 

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Philosophys Supreme Fiction?
3
The End of Metaphysics and the Historiography of Philosophy
27
A Comment
41
Reply to Ayers and Manser
47
Epistemology without Foundations
49
Philosophy after Rorty
69
Comment on Rorty
85
Heterodox Xenodox and Hermeneutic Dialogue
87
Cartesian Science in France 16601700
165
The Case of Spinoza
179
Leibnizs Break with Cartesian Rationalism
195
Lockean Mechanism
209
Was Boyle an Occasionalist?
229
A Comment
233
Hume and the Metaphysical Argument A Priori
243
The Historical and Philosophical Significance of Humes Theory of the Self
271

Reply to Mary Hesse
91
Occultism and Philosophy in the Seventeenth Century
95
Occultism and Reason
117
Reply to Simon Schaffer
145
First Philosophy and Natural Philosophy in Descartes
149
Kants Refutation of Idealism
287
Dugald Stewarts Account of the Life and Writings of Thomas Reid
305
INDEX
323
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