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Lenz, Martin

Contemporary Perspectives on Early Modern Philosophy

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Table of contents

1. Nature and Norms in Thought
Martin Lenz, Anik Waldow

Part I. Nature’s Influence on the Mind

2. Intentionality Bifurcated: A Lesson from Early Modern Philosophy?
Lionel Shapiro

3. Ideas as Thick Beliefs: Spinoza on the Normativity of Ideas
Martin Lenz

4. Three Problems in Locke’s Ontology of Substance and Mode
Antonia LoLordo

5. Kant on Imagination and the Natural Sources of the Conceptual
Johannes Haag

6. Naturalized Epistemology and the Genealogy of Knowledge
Martin Kusch

Part II. Shaping the Norms of Our Intellectual and Practical Engagement with the World

7. Sensibility and Metaphysics: Diderot, Hume, Baumgarten, and Herder
Stephen Gaukroger

8. Back to the Facts – Herder on the Normative Role of Sensibility and Imagination
Anik Waldow

9. Extending Nature: Rousseau on the Cultivation of Moral Sensibility
Annette Pierdziwol

10. The Piacular, or on Seeing Oneself as a Moral Cause in Adam Smith
Eric Schliesser

11. Explaining and Describing: Panpsychism and Deep Ecology
Michael Hampe

Keywords: Philosophy, Philosophy of Science, History of Philosophy

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
2013
Series
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science
Category
Philosophy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789400762411

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