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British idealism and the concept of the self

Author: W J Mander; Stamatoula Panagakou
Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan [2016]
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This book reassesses the origins, development and legacy of the philosophy of the British idealists, demonstrating the enduring relevance of their thought for the modern discipline. This body of work coheres around the single unifying theme of the self - a concept of central importance to the idealist school. Particular attention is also paid to the many connections that hold between various philosophers and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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British Idealism and the Concept of the Self.
[Place of publication not identified] : Palgrave Macmillan 2016
(OCoLC)950952674
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: W J Mander; Stamatoula Panagakou
ISBN: 9781137466716 1137466715
OCLC Number: 959618001
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 335 pages).
Contents: Notes on Contributors; 1: Introduction; I; II; Notes; References; 2: The Early British Idealists and the Metaphysics of the Self; Introduction; Ferrier, Grote and Stirling's Proto-Idealism; Ferrier's Conscious Self; Conclusion; Notes; References; 3: Metaphysics, Religion, and Self-­Realization in F.H. Bradley; I; II; Notes; References; 4: F.H. Bradley's Conception of the Moral Self: A New Reading; Introduction; A Naturalistic Interpretation; The Principle of Universalisability; Moral Life and Projects; Reasonable Commitments and Coherence; The Ideal Self Carrying Out the Moral ProjectReferences; 5: Self, Not-Self, and the End of Knowledge: Edward Caird on Self-Consciousness; The Idea of the Not-Self (or Object World); The Idea of Self (or Finite Subject); The Idea of God (or Universal Consciousness); Conclusion; Notes; References; 6: Dialectics of Self-Realization and the Common Good in the Philosophy of T.H. Green; Introduction; Individualism Versus Holism; The Problem of the Common Good; "Green's Paradox"; Possible Solutions to "Green's Paradox"; One or Six Ethical Goods?; Conclusion; Notes; References 7: Three Dimensions of T.H. Green's Idea of the Self Introduction; Metaphysics: The Eternal Consciousness; Ethics: Self-Realization; Rights and the Common Good; Reciprocity and Citizenship; Notes; 8: Bernard Bosanquet on the Ethical System of the State; Introduction; Ethical Life and the Metaphysics of the Self; The State, Ethical Life and Institutions as Ethical Ideas; The End of the State; Conclusion; Notes; References; 9: The Metaphysical Self and the Moral Self in Bernard Bosanquet; Introduction; The Absolute and the Metaphysical Self; The Moral Self Reconciling the Metaphysical and the Moral Self Conclusion; Notes; References; 10: 'To Set Free the Idea of the Self': Bosanquet's Relational Individual; Introduction; The Adjectival Self Is the Disappeared Self; Bosanquet's Relational Self; Mutual Completion of Selves; General/Communal Will; Individuality Is Positive and Constructive; Not Without Value; References; 11: Collingwood's Conception of Personhood and Its Relation to Language Use; Collingwood on Man and Community; Collingwood on Man's Mind and Body; Collingwood on Personhood, Free Will, Reason and Human Language The Relations Between Possessing the Power of Speech and Possession of Free Will and Reason Collingwood on Free Will, Language and Notions of Contractual Obligations; Conclusion; Notes; References; 12: Collingwoodian Reflections on the Biographical Self; Introduction; Collingwood on Biography; The Self and Its Projects; Character, Self and Biography; Self-Knowledge for Biographer and Biographical Subject; The Unconscious Self and Self-Control; Conclusion: On Philosophical Biography; Notes; References; 13: Renovating McTaggart's Substantial Self; Notes; References
Responsibility: W.J. Mander, Stamatoula Panagakou, editors.

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