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The Revolt Against Dualism : An Inquiry Concerning the Existence of Ideas - Arthur O. Lovejoy

The Revolt Against Dualism

An Inquiry Concerning the Existence of Ideas

Paperback Published: 30th September 1995
ISBN: 9781560008477
Number Of Pages: 452

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The Revolt Against Dualism, first published in 1930, belongs to a tradition in philosophical theorizing that Arthur O. Lovejoy called "descriptive epistemology." Lovejoy's principal aim in this book is to clarify the distinction between the quite separate phenomena of the knower and the known, something regularly obvious to common sense, if not always to intellectual understanding. This work is as much an argument about the ineluctable differences between subject and object and between mentality and reality, as it is a subtle polemic against those who would stray far from acknowledging these differences. With a resolve that lasts over three hundred pages, Lovejoy offers candid evaluations of a generation's worth of philosophical discussions that address the problem of epistemological dualism.

In his stunning new introduction, Jonathan B. Imber offers a reassessment of Lovejoy's career as a thinker and as an active participant in the worldly affairs of academic life. He introduces to a new generation of readers some enduring principles of the vocation of the scholar to which Lovejoy not only subscribed but to which he also gave substance through his activities as an academic man. The opening statement provides both a fit tribute to a great pioneer in the history of ideas, and an example of intellectual history in its own right. The Revolt Against Dualism will be a significant addition to the libraries of philosophers, sociologists, and history of ideas scholars.

Introduction to the Transaction Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Cartesian Dualism and Natural Dualismp. 1
The First Phase of the Revolt and Its Outcomep. 42
The Second Phase: Objective Relativismp. 97
The Outcome of the Second Phasep. 125
Mr. Whitehead and the Denial of Simple Locationp. 193
Mr. Bertrand Russell and the Unification of Mind and Matter: Ip. 235
Mr. Bertrand Russell and the Unification of Mind and Matter: IIp. 275
Dualism and the Physical Worldp. 319
The Nature of Knowing as a Natural Eventp. 378
Indexp. 403
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ISBN: 9781560008477
ISBN-10: 1560008474
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 452
Published: 30th September 1995
Publisher: TRANSACTION PUBL
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.88  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.59
Edition Number: 3
Edition Type: New edition

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