Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy (inbunden)
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Engelska
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400
Utgivningsdatum
2003-01-01
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Volume 11
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Blackwell Publishers
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Metaphysics
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9780631230274
Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy (inbunden)

Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy

A Supplement to "Nous"

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This volume represents the main papers delivered by both prominent and rising philosophers at the 1999 SOFIA conference in Mazatlan, Mexico. The volume contains 20 substantial papers spanning important issues of current interest including sexuality and consent, rights and scarcity, democracy and individualism, and the nature of law and the value of punishment.
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Ernest Sosa is a Professor of Philosophy at Brown University and Rutgers University. He is author of Knowledge in Perspective (Cambridge University Press, 1991) and of papers in metaphysics and epistemology. Enrique Villanueva is a Research Fellow at the Instituto de Investigaciones Juridicas, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. He is author of papers and books in philosophy of mind and history of philosophy, and editor of Philosophical Issues from 1992 to 2000.

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Part I: The Ninth Philosophical Perspectives Lecture: 1. Thinking about Things: Michael Jubien. Part II: Externalism, Naturalism, Nominalism, and Mathematics: 2. The Case for Phenomenal Externalism: Willaim G. Lycan. 3. Naturalism: Friends and Foes: Penelope Maddy. 4. Nominalism, Naturalism, Epistemic Relativism: Gideon Rosen. 5. The Limits of Human Mathematics: Nathan Salmon. Part III: Ontology: 6. Touching: Hud Hudson. 7. How to Be an Eleatic Monist: Michael C. Rea. 8. Against Creationism in Fiction: Takashi Yagisawa. Part IV: Personal Identity: 9. Realism About Personal Identity Over Time: Trenton Merricks. 10. Criteria of Personal Identity and the Limits of Conceptual Analysis: Theodore Sider. Part V: Time and Tense: 11. Metaphysical Austerity and the Problems of Temporal and Modal Anaphora: Peter Ludlow. 12. McTaggart on Time: Judith Jarvis Thomson. Part VI: The Metaphysics of Reference: 13. Russellianism and Explanation: David Braun. 14. Day Designations: Jeffrey C. King. 15. Fregean Senses, Modes of Presentation, and Concepts: Edward N. Zalta. Part VII: The Metaphysics of Properties: 16. Causal Structuralism: John HawtHorne. Part VIII: Conceivability, the Physical, and Theoretical Identity: 17. On Theoretical Identifications: G. W. Fitch. 18. The Conceivability Argument and Two Conceptions of the Physical: Daniel Stoljar. Part IX: Actualism: an Exchange: 19. Sustaining Actualism: Michael Devitt. 20. How Not to Be an Actualist: James E. Tomberline.