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The Philosophy of Thomas Reid

Author: Melvin Dalgarno; Eric Matthews
Publisher: Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, ©1989.
Series: Philosophical studies series, v. 42.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Named Person: Thomas Reid; Thomas Reid; Thomas Reid
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Melvin Dalgarno; Eric Matthews
ISBN: 0792301900 9780792301905
OCLC Number: 19324393
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: vii, 491 pages ; 23 cm.
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.
Series Title: Philosophical studies series, v. 42.
Responsibility: edited by Melvin Dalgarno and Eric Matthews.

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