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Title Essays on the concept of mind in early-modern philosophy / edited by Petr Glombíček and James Hill
Published Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars, 2010
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Description 1 online resource (173 pages)
Contents Introduction / James Hill -- Consciousness as spontaneous knowledge / Boris Hennig -- Res cogitans as res dubitans / James Hill -- The mind of God and the mind of man : a puzzle in Spinoza's Philosophy of mind / Anthony Savile -- Idea and self-knowledge in Malebranche's anti-Cartesian theory of mind / Jan Palkoska -- John Locke and teh Cambridge Platonists on the nature of the mind / G.A.J. Rogers -- Dull souls and beasts : two anti-Cartesian polemics in Locke / Nicholas Jolley -- Berkeley's last word on spirit / Margaret Atherton -- What Kant could Reid / Petr Glombíček -- Metaphysical egoism and its vicissitudes / Miran Božovič
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Philosophy of mind.
Philosophy, Modern.
Form Electronic book
Author Glombíček, Petr.
Hill, James, 1964-
LC no. 2010497482
ISBN 1443820083 (electronic bk.)
9781443820080 (electronic bk.)