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Philosophy of the human person

Author: James B Reichmann
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Loyola University Press, ©1985.
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Reichmann, James B., 1923-
Philosophy of the human person.
Chicago, Ill. : Loyola University Press, ©1985
(OCoLC)647630063
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James B Reichmann
ISBN: 0829405046 9780829405040
OCLC Number: 11757198
Description: xiii, 346 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: INTRODUCTION. The Nature of Philosophic Inquiry ; The Nature and Scope of This Study ; Philosophy and the College Student ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions --
THE HUMAN PHENOMENON OF QUESTIONING. What Is Experience? ; Fundamental Characteristics of Experience ; The Phenomenon of Questioning ; The Anatomy of the Question ; The False Question ; Knowing That I Know ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions --
THE PROBLEM OF HUMAN KNOWING: A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW. Introduction ; Plato ; Aristotle ; The Beginning of the Modern Era ; René Descartes ; John Locke ; George Berkeley ; David Hume ; Immanuel Kant ; Post-Kantian Era ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions --
SENSORY CONSCIOUSNESS. Preliminary Notions Regarding Sensory Consciousness ; Sensory Acts Contrasted with Vegetative Acts ; The Diversification of Sensory Consciousness ; Common Sensibles ; The Role of the Sensory Image in Sensation ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions --
THE INTERNAL SENSES. The Coordinating Sense ; The Imagination ; The Memory ; Forgetting ; The Evaluative Sense ; Instinctive Knowledge ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions --
FROM SENSATION TO INTELLECTION. The Unspecialized Nature of the Human Body ; Archimedes and the Gold Crown ; Inferences Drawn from Archimedes' Discovery ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions --
INTELLECTION. The Moderate Realism of St. Thomas Aquinas ; The Role of the Active Intellect ; Aquinas's Theory of Knowledge Contrasted with Those of Other Philosophers ; Understanding and Judging ; Existential and Essential Judgments ; The Significance of Judgment in the Human Intellective Act ; Reasoning: The Mind's Struggle for Further Understanding ; Thinking as Imperfect Reasoning ; Understanding and Error ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions --
LANGUAGE. The Language Phenomenon ; The Nature and Structure of Language ; The Philosophic Significance of Language ; The Ambiguity of Language ; The Phenomenon of the Plurality of Language ; Written Language ; The Human as a Universal Speaker ; Art and Technology as Language ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions --
WILLING AND CHOOSING. From Understanding to Willing ; The Problem of Volition ; Human Freedom: The Determinist View ; An Anatomy of the Human Free Act ; Free Choice as Self-Determination ; The Role of Deliberation in the Free Act ; Love and the Will ; The Indeterminist View ; Motivating Factors and Freedom ; Sensory Appetites ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions --
EMOTIONS AND FEELINGS. The Phenomenon of Emotions ; Toward the Definition of Emotions ; The Significance of Emotional Experience ; The Cultivation of Emotions ; Controlling the Emotions ; The Phenomenon of Humor ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions --
HABITS AND LEARNING. Acquired Operational Structures ; The Nature of Habits ; Habits and Traits ; The Value of Habits ; The Division of Habits ; Intellective Habits ; Appetitive Habits ; Habits and Education ; Habits and Freedom ; Habits and Technology ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions --
THE HUMAN PERSON. The Human as an Individual ; The Human as a Person ; Personhood and Personality ; Consequences of the Distinction between Personhood and Personality ; Knowing Other Persons ; Understanding That Another Understands: A Phenomenology of "Yes" ; Toward a Phenomenology of "No" ; The Human Person and the Community ; The Human Person and Loneliness ; Self-Knowledge and Ethics ; The Human Person and Religion ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions THE HUMAN AS A LIVING BEING. What Is Life? ; The Unity of Living Things ; The Soul: First Principle of Life ; The Human Soul and Its Relation to Body ; The Uniqueness of Human Life: Self-Presence ; The Phenomenon of Death ; Human Death and Immortality ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions --
THE BEGINNINGS OF HUMAN LIFE. The Origin of Human Life: The Problem ; The Origin of the Human Soul ; The Problem of Individuation ; The Beginning of Human Life ; The Evolutionary Theory ; The Origin of Humankind ; Summary ; Definitions and Conclusions.
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