The Philosophy of Thomas Reid

The Philosophy of Thomas Reid

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Note on references to the works of Thomas Reid 5 SECTION 1 - Perception Yves Michaud (University of Paris, France) 9 'Reid's Attack on the Theory of Ideas' William P. Alston (Syracuse University, U. S. A. ) 35 'Reid on Perception and Conception' Vere Chappell (University of Massachusetts, U. S. A. ) 49 'The Theory of Sensations' Norton Nelkin (University of New Orleans, U. S. A. ) 65 'Reid's View of Sensations Vindicated' A. E. Pitson (University of Stirling, Scotland) 79 'Sensation, Perception and Reid's Realism' Aaron Ben-Zeev (University of Haifa, Israel) 91 'Reid's Opposition to the Theory of Ideas' Michel Malherbe (University of Nantes, France) 103 'Thomas Reid on the Five Senses' SECTION 2 - Knowledge and COlIIOOn Sense Keith Lehrer (University of Arizona, U. S. A. ) 121 'Reid on Evidence and Conception' Dennis Charles Holt (Southeast Missouri State 145 University, U. S. A. ) 'The Defence of Common Sense in Reid and Moore' T. J. Sutton (University of Oxford, England) 159 'The Scottish Kant?' Daniel Schulthess (university of Berne, Switzerland) 193 'Did Reid Hold Coherentist Views?' VI Claudine Engel-Tiercelin (University of Rouen, France) 205 'Reid and Peirce on Belief' C. A. J. Coady (University of Melbourne, Australia) 225 'Reid on Testimony' SECTION 3 - Mind and Action James Somerville (University of Hull, England) 249 'Making out the Signatures: Reid's Account of the Knowledge of Other Minds' R. F.
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  • Hardback | 492 pages
  • 154.9 x 235.7 x 33mm | 879.98g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1989 ed.
  • VIII, 492 p.
  • 0792301900
  • 9780792301905

Table of contents

Note on references to the works of Thomas Reid.- Section 1 - Perception.- Reids Attack on the Theory of Ideas.- Reid on Perception and Conception.- The Theory of Sensations.- Reids View of Sensations Vindicated.- Sensation, Perception and Reids Realism.- Reids Opposition to the Theory of Ideas.- Thomas Reid on the Five Senses.- Section 2 - Knowledge and Common Sense.- Reid on Evidence and Conception.- The Defence of Common Sense in Reid and Moore.- The Scottish Kant?.- Did Reid Hold Coherentist Views?.- Reid and Peirce on Belief.- Reid on Testimony.- Section 3 - Mind and Action.- Making Out the Signatures: Reids Account of the Knowledge of Other Minds.- Causality and Agency in the Philosophy of Thomas Reid.- Reid, Scholasticism and Current Philosophy of Mind.- Section 4 - Aesthetics, Moral and Political Philosophy.- Seeing (and so forth) is Believing(among other things); on the Significance of Reid in the History of Aesthetics.- Reid versus Hume: a Dilemma in the Theory of Moral Worth.- Reid and Active Virtue.- Thomas Reid on Justice: A Rights-Based Theory.- Taking Upon Oneself a Character: Reid on Political Obligation.- Section 5 - Historical Context and Influences.- Thomas Reid and Pneumatology: the Text of the Old, the Tradition of the New.- Reid in the Philosophical Society.- Common Sense and the Association of Ideas; the Reid-Priestley Controversy.- Reid on Hypotheses and the Ether: a Reassessment.- The Role of Thomas Reids Philosophy in Science and Technology: the Case of W.J.M. Rankine.- George Jardines Course in Logic and Rhetoric: an Application of Thomas Reids Common Sense Philosophy.- Index of Names.
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