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Oxford Aristotle Studies Series

The Undivided Self

Aristotle and the 'Mind-Body' Problem

David Charles

The Undivided Self

Oxford Aristotle Studies Series

The Undivided Self

Aristotle and the 'Mind-Body' Problem

Oxford Aristotle Studies Series: The Undivided Self

 

Aristotle initiated the systematic investigation of perception, the emotions, memory, desire, and action. David Charles argues that Aristotle's account of these phenomena is a philosophically live alternative to conventional modern thinking about the mind: it offers a way to dissolve, rather than solve, the mind-body problem we have inherited.


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Beschrijving Oxford Aristotle Studies Series: The Undivided Self

Aristotle initiated the systematic investigation of perception, the emotions, memory, desire and action, developing his own account of these phenomena and their interconnection. The aim of this book is to gain a philosophical understanding of his views and to examine how far they withstand critical scrutiny. Aristotle's account, it is argued, constitutes a philosophically live alternative to conventional post-Cartesian thinking about psychological phenomena and their
place in a material world. It offers a way to dissolve, rather than solve, the mind-body problem we have inherited.


ISBN
9780198869566
Pagina's
336
Verschenen
Serie
Oxford Aristotle Studies Series
NUR
730
Druk
1
Uitvoering
Hardback
Taal
Engels
Uitgever
OUP Oxford

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