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Problems from Reid e-book

Author:

James Van Cleve

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English

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Humanities

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4.2

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Oxford University Press; 1 edition (September 1, 2015)

Pages:

568

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0199857032

Problems from Reid e-book

by James Van Cleve


Van Cleve is a sympathetic interpreter, often finding himself on Kant's side.

Van Cleve is a sympathetic interpreter, often finding himself on Kant's side. Clarity and rigor are among the book's notable virtues.

Problems from Reid book. James Van Cleve here shows why Thomas Reid (1716) deserves a place alongside the other canonical figures of modern philosophy. He expounds Reid's positions and arguments on a wide range of topics, taking interpretive stands on points where his meaning is disputed and assessing the value of his contributions to issues philosophers are discussing today. Among the topics Va James Van Cleve here shows why Thomas Reid (1716) deserves a place alongside the other canonical figures of modern philosophy.

Shows why Thomas Reid (1716) deserves a place alongside the other canonical figures of modern philosophy. Expounds Reid's positions and arguments on a wide range of topics, taking interpretive stands on points where his meaning is disputed

Shows why Thomas Reid (1716) deserves a place alongside the other canonical figures of modern philosophy. Expounds Reid's positions and arguments on a wide range of topics, taking interpretive stands on points where his meaning is disputed.

Author James Van Cleve presents clear and detailed discussions of Kant's positions and arguments on these themes, as well as critical assessments of Kant's reasoning and conclusions. Expansive in its scope, Van Cleves study covers the overall structure of Kant's idealism, the existence and nature of synthetic a priori knowledge, the epistemology of geometry, and the ontological status of space, time, and matter. Oxford University Press, 25 сент.

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Similar books and articles. Problems From Reid by James Van Cleve. 4 Reid's Theory of Perception. James Van Cleve - 2004 - In Terence Cuneo Rene van Woudenberg (e., The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Reid. Cambridge University Press. James Van Cleve - 1999 - Oup Usa. Reid’s Answer to Molyneux’s Question. James Van Cleve - 2007 - The Monist 90 (2):251-270. Thomas Reid and the Story of Epistemology. James van Cleve - 2004 - Mind 113 (450):405-416. Thomas Reid’s Geometry of Visibles. Reid's Response to the Skeptic.

James Van Cleve, Problems from Reid. Published: 1 June 2018. by Edinburgh University Press. in Journal of Scottish Philosophy. Journal of Scottish Philosophy, Volume 16, pp 204-210; doi:10.

Автор: Van Cleve James Название: Problems from Reid Издательство: Oxford Academ Классификация . This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the impact of economics on democratic governments.

This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the impact of economics on democratic governments. Автор: Kekes John Название: The Nature of Philosophical Problems: Their Causes and Implications ISBN: 0198712758 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780198712756 Издательство: Oxford Academ Рейтинг

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James Van Cleve here shows why Thomas Reid (1710-96) deserves a place alongside the other canonical figures of modern philosophy. He expounds Reid's positions and arguments on a wide range of topics, taking interpretive stands on points where his meaning is disputed and assessing the value of his contributions to issues philosophers are discussing today.Among the topics Van Cleve explores are Reid's account of perception and its relation to sensation, conception, and belief; his nativist account of the origin of the concepts of space and power; his attempt to clear the way for the belief that the things we directly perceive are external things, not ideas in our minds; his stand on the distinction between primary and secondary qualities; his account of "acquired perception," whereby we come to stand in a quasi-perceptual relation to qualities not originally perceived; his claim that visual space is non-Euclidean; his answers to the questions why we see the world right side up with inverted retinal images and whether a newly sighted person would recognize by sight the shapes he previously knew by touch; whether memory, like perception, is a form of direct awareness; and how we manage to conceive of things that are utterly nonexistent. Also examined are Reid's account of human knowledge by means of "first principles," his externalist reply to philosophical skepticism, his volitional theory of action, his use of the distinction between event causation and agent causation to understand freedom of the will, and his criticism of Hume and anticipation of Moore on the analysis of moral judgment.The most comprehensive work on Reid in a quarter century, this book will be welcomed by students of early modern philosophy, epistemology, the philosophy of perception, and the philosophy of action.

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