George Berkeley and Early Modern Philosophy

George Berkeley and Early Modern Philosophy

Oxford University Press

03/2021

352

Dura

Inglês

9780192893895

15 a 20 dias

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Preface Acknowledgments Abbreviations Introduction: How Berkeley's Works Are Interpreted 1: Berkeley's Stoic Notion of Spiritual Substances 2: The Ramist Context of Berkeley's Philosophy 3: Berkeley, Suarez, and the Esse-Existere Distinction 4: Berkeley on Representation 5: Berkeley and Descartes on Mind 6: Berkeley and Hobbes 7: Berkeley and Arnauld on Ideas 8: Berkeley and Spinoza 9: Berkeley's Christian Neoplatonism and Malebranchean Divine Ideas 10: Berkeley and Malebranche on Human Freedom 11: Berkeley and Locke's Substance-Person Distinction 12: Berkeley's Appropriation of Bayle's Constitutive Skepticism 13: The Harmony of the Leibniz-Berkeley Juxtaposition 14: Berkeley on God 15: Berkeley's Pantheistic Discourse 16: Berkeley on God's Knowledge of Pain 17: Berkeley, Browne, and Collins: The Rejection of Divine Analogy 18: Berkeley, Edwards, and Ramist Logic Appendix 1: Berkeley's Doctrine of Mind and the 'Black List Hypothesis': A Dialogue Appendix 2: How Berkeley Redefines Substance: A Reply to My Critics Bibliography Index
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