Thomas Reid on Mind, Knowledge, and Value
regularity is productive. Though such agents are equipped at first with rudimentary abilities, those abilities are responsive. Our powers consist in a fundamental and on-going engagement with the world, a world that calls on us to be flexible, sensitive, astute, and ultimately, practical. Thomas Reid on
Mind, Knowledge, and Value represents both the vitality of Reid's work, and the ways in which current philosophers are engaging with his ideas.
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About Rebecca Copenhaver
The British Journal for the History of Philosophy, and The Oxford Handbook on British Philosophy in the Eighteenth Century. She is co-author with Brian P. Copenhaver of From Kant to Croce: Modern Philosophy in Italy, 1800-1950 (University of Toronto Press, 2012).
Todd Buras is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Baylor University, where he has taught since 2003. His research has appeared in the Journal of Philosophy, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Philosophical Quarterly, American Philosophical Quarterly, and the Journal of the History of Philosophy.
Support for work on this paper was provided by Bogazic i BAP project 5706 (Realism from Kant and Reid to Sellars, Williamson and Mcdowell) and Tubitak Project 114K348 (Concepts and Beliefs: From Perception to Action).