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On Preserving: Essays on Preservationism and Paraconsistent Logic
On Preserving: Essays on Preservationism and Paraconsistent Logic
Edited by Peter Schotch, Bryson Brown, and Raymond Jennings

Assembling the previously scattered works of the Preservationist School, this collection contains all of the most significant works on the basic theory of the preservationist approach to paraconsistent logic.

Published Apr 2009
Philosophy at the Edge of Chaos: Gilles Deleuze and the Philosophy of Difference
Philosophy at the Edge of Chaos: Gilles Deleuze and the Philosophy of Difference
By Jeffrey A. Bell

Far from being a philosopher who turns his back on what is taken to be a mistaken metaphysical tradition, Bell argues that Deleuze is best understood as a thinker who endeavoured to continue the work of traditional metaphysics and philosophy.

Published Nov 2006
Plato's Sun: An Introduction to Philosophy
Plato's Sun: An Introduction to Philosophy
By Andrew Lawless

In Plato's Sun, Andrew Lawless takes on the challenge of creating an introductory text for philosophy, arguing that such a work has to take into account of the strangeness of the field and divulge it, rather than suppress it beneath traditional certainties and authoritative pronouncements.

Published Jun 2005
Phenomenology and Logic: The Boston College Lectures on Mathematical Logic and Existentialism, Volume 18
Phenomenology and Logic: The Boston College Lectures on Mathematical Logic and Existentialism, Volume 18

By Bernard Lonergan

Edited by Philip J. McShane

This series of lectures delivered by Lonergan at Boston College in 1957 deal with the general character of mathematical logic and its relation to truth, Scholasticism, and Aristotelian logic.

Published Dec 2001
Descartes's Legacy: Mind and Meaning in Early Modern Philosophy
Descartes's Legacy: Mind and Meaning in Early Modern Philosophy
By David Hausman and Alan Hausman

The Hausmans wed an intentional theory of ideas with a modern information theoretic approach in a critical tour of some of the most important issues in the philosophy of mind and some of the most outstanding figures in early modern philosophy.

Published Dec 1997
Descartes's Legacy: Mind and Meaning in Early Modern Philosophy
Descartes's Legacy: Mind and Meaning in Early Modern Philosophy
By David Hausman and Alan Hausman

The Hausmans wed an intentional theory of ideas with a modern information theoretic approach in a critical tour of some of the most important issues in the philosophy of mind and some of the most outstanding figures in early modern philosophy.

Published Dec 1997
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Agent, Action, and Reason
Agent, Action, and Reason
Edited by Robert W. Binkley, R.N. Bronaugh, and Ausonio Marras

This volume contains the papers and commentaries presented at the fourth philosophy colloquium at the University of Western Ontario in November 1968. The papers examine, from different points of view, the central problems in the philosophy of action.

Published Dec 1971
Action
Action
By D.G. Brown

Professor Brown in this volume discusses one of the most difficult questions in metaphysics, “what is action?” His analysis proceeds along three main lines of thought: the point of view of the agent, the primacy of inanimate action, and the pervasiveness of explanatory insight in the description of action.

Published Sep 2017