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Just the arguments : 100 of the most important arguments in Western philosophy, edited by Michael Bruce and Steven Barbone

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Just the arguments : 100 of the most important arguments in Western philosophy
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Just the arguments
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100 of the most important arguments in Western philosophy
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edited by Michael Bruce and Steven Barbone
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.J87 2011
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Just the arguments : 100 of the most important arguments in Western philosophy, edited by Michael Bruce and Steven Barbone
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • The ontological argument
  • Quine's two dogmas of empiricism
  • Robert Sinclair
  • Hume and the problem of induction.
  • Hume's problem of induction
  • James E. Taylor
  • Hume's negative argument concerning induction
  • Stefanie Rocknak
  • Argument by analogy in Thales and Anaximenes
  • Giannis Stamatellos
  • Quine's epistemology naturalized
  • Sara L. Uckelman
  • Robert Sinclair
  • Sellars and the myth of the given
  • Willem A. deVries
  • Sellars' "Rylean myth"
  • Willem A. deVries
  • Aristotle and the argument to end all arguments
  • Toni Vogel Carey
  • Part IV.
  • Ethics.
  • Justice brings happiness in Plato's Republic
  • Pascal's wager
  • Joshua I. Weinstein
  • Aristotle's function argument
  • Sean McAleer
  • Aristotle's argument that goods are irreducible
  • Jurgis (George) Brakas
  • Aristotle's argument for perfectionism
  • Eric J. Silverman
  • Categorical imperative as the source for morality
  • Joyce Lazier
  • Kant on why autonomy deserves respect
  • Leslie Burkholder
  • Mark Piper
  • Mill's proof of utilitarianism
  • A.T. Fyfe
  • The experience machine objection to hedonism
  • Dan Weijers
  • The error theory argument
  • Robert L. Muhlnickel
  • Moore's open question argument
  • Bruno Verbeek
  • Wolff's argument for the rejection of state authority
  • James' will to believe argument
  • Ben Saunders
  • Nozick's taxation is forced labor argument
  • Jason Waller
  • Charity is obligatory
  • Joakim Sandberg
  • The repugnant conclusion
  • Joakim Sandberg
  • Taurek on numbers don't count
  • Ben Saunders
  • Parfit's leveling down argument against egalitarianism
  • A.T. Fyfe
  • Ben Saunders
  • Nozick's Wilt Chamberlain argument
  • Fabian Wendt
  • Liberal feminism
  • Julinna C. Oxley
  • Moral status of animals from marginal cases
  • Julia Tanner
  • The ethical vegetarianism argument
  • Robert L. Muhlnickel
  • Thomson and the famous violinist
  • The problem of evil
  • Leslie Burkholder
  • Marquis and the immorality of abortion
  • Leslie Burkholder
  • Tooley on abortion and infanticide
  • Ben Saunders
  • Rachels on euthanasia
  • Leslie Burkholder
  • Part V.
  • Philosophy of mind.
  • Leibniz' argument for innate ideas
  • Michael Bruce and Steven Barbone
  • Byron Kaldis
  • Descartes' arguments for the mind-body distinction
  • Dale Jacquette
  • Princess Elisabeth and the mind-body problem
  • Jen McWeeny
  • Kripke's argument for mind-body property dualism
  • Dale Jacquette
  • The argument from mental causation for physicalism
  • Amir Horowitz
  • Davidson's argument for anomalous monism
  • The free will defense to the problem of evil
  • Amir Horowitz
  • Putnam's multiple realization argument against type-physicalism
  • Amir Horowitz
  • The supervenience argument against non-reductive physicalism
  • Andrew Russo
  • Ryle's argument against Cartesian internalism
  • Agustin Arrieta and Fernando Migura
  • Jackson's knowledge argument
  • Amir Horowitz
  • Nagel's "what is it like to be a bat" argument against physicalism
  • Grant Sterling
  • Amy Kind
  • Chalmer's zombie argument
  • Amy Kind
  • The argument from revelation
  • Carlos Mario Muñoz-Suárez
  • Searle and the Chinese room argument
  • Leslie Burkholder
  • Part VI.
  • Science and language.
  • Sir Karl Popper's demarcation argument
  • Part I.
  • St. Anselm on free choice and the power to sin
  • Liz Stillwaggon Swan
  • Kuhn's incommensurability arguments
  • Liz Stillwaggon Swan and Michael Bruce
  • Putnam's no miracles argument
  • Liz Stillwaggon Swan
  • Galileo's falling bodies
  • Liz Stillwaggon Swan
  • Eliminative materialism
  • Charlotte Blease
  • Wittgenstein's private language argument
  • Julia Hermann
  • George Wrisley
  • Fodor's argument for linguistic nativism
  • Majid Amini
  • Fodor and the impossibility of learning
  • Majid Amini
  • Quine on the indeterminacy of translation
  • Robert Sinclair
  • Davidson's argument for the principle of charity
  • Maria Caamaño
  • Frege's argument for Platonism
  • Hume's argument against miracles
  • Ivan Kasa
  • Mathematical Platonism
  • Nicolas Pain.
  • Appendix A.
  • Learning the logical lingo.
  • Appendix B.
  • Rules of inference and replacement
  • Tommaso Piazza
  • The Euthyphro dilemma
  • David Baggett
  • Nietzche's death of God
  • Tom Grimwood
  • Ockham's razor
  • Grant Sterling
  • Philosophy of religion.
  • Part II.
  • Metaphysics.
  • Parmenides' refutation of change
  • Adrian Bardon
  • McTaggart's argument against the reality of time
  • M. Joshua Mozersky
  • Berkeley's master argument for idealism
  • John M. DePoe
  • Kant's refutation of idealism
  • Adrian Bardon
  • Aquinas' five ways
  • The master argument of Diodorus Cronus
  • Ludger Jansen
  • Lewis' argument for possible worlds
  • David Vander Laan
  • A reductionist account of personal identity
  • Fauve Lybaert
  • Split-case arguments about personal identity
  • Ludger Jansen
  • The ship of Theseus
  • Ludger Jansen
  • Timothy J. Pawl
  • The problem of temporary intrinsics
  • Montserrat Bordes
  • A modern modal argument for the soul
  • Rafal Urbaniak and Agnieszka Rostalska
  • Two arguments for the harmlessness of death.
  • Epicurus' death is nothing to us argument
  • Steven Luper
  • Lucretius' symmetry argument
  • Nicolas Bommarito
  • The existence of forms : Plato's argument from the possibility of knowledge
  • The contingency cosmological argument
  • Jurgis (George) Brakas
  • Plato, Aristotle, and the third man argument
  • Jurgis (George) Brakas
  • Logical monism
  • Luis Estrada-González
  • The maximality paradox
  • Nicola Ciprotti
  • An argument for free will
  • Gerald Harrison
  • Frankfurt's refutation of the principle of alternative possibilities
  • Mark T. Nelson
  • Gerald Harrison
  • Van Inwagen's consequence argument against compatibilism
  • Grant Sterling
  • Fatalism
  • Fernando Migura and Agustin Arrieta
  • Sartre's argument for freedom
  • Jeffrey Gordon
  • Part III.
  • Epistomology.
  • The cogito arguments of Descartes and Augustine.
  • The Kalam argument for the existence of God
  • Descartes' cogito
  • Joyce Lazier
  • Augustine's "Si fallor, sum" argument (if I am mistaken, I exist)
  • Brett Gaul
  • The Cartesian dreaming argument for external-world skepticism
  • Stephen Hetherington
  • The transparency of experience argument
  • Carlos Mario Muñoz-Suárez
  • The regress argument for skepticism
  • Scott Aikin
  • Harry Lesser
  • Moore's anti-skeptical arguments
  • Matthew Frise
  • The bias paradox
  • Deborah Heikes
  • Gettier's argument against the traditional account of knowledge
  • John M. DePoe
  • Putnam's argument against cultural imperialism
  • Maria Caamaño
  • Davidson on the very idea of a conceptual scheme
  • George Wrisley
Control code
ocn710045144
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 409 pages
Isbn
9781444336382
Lccn
2011012212
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)710045144
Label
Just the arguments : 100 of the most important arguments in Western philosophy, edited by Michael Bruce and Steven Barbone
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The ontological argument
  • Quine's two dogmas of empiricism
  • Robert Sinclair
  • Hume and the problem of induction.
  • Hume's problem of induction
  • James E. Taylor
  • Hume's negative argument concerning induction
  • Stefanie Rocknak
  • Argument by analogy in Thales and Anaximenes
  • Giannis Stamatellos
  • Quine's epistemology naturalized
  • Sara L. Uckelman
  • Robert Sinclair
  • Sellars and the myth of the given
  • Willem A. deVries
  • Sellars' "Rylean myth"
  • Willem A. deVries
  • Aristotle and the argument to end all arguments
  • Toni Vogel Carey
  • Part IV.
  • Ethics.
  • Justice brings happiness in Plato's Republic
  • Pascal's wager
  • Joshua I. Weinstein
  • Aristotle's function argument
  • Sean McAleer
  • Aristotle's argument that goods are irreducible
  • Jurgis (George) Brakas
  • Aristotle's argument for perfectionism
  • Eric J. Silverman
  • Categorical imperative as the source for morality
  • Joyce Lazier
  • Kant on why autonomy deserves respect
  • Leslie Burkholder
  • Mark Piper
  • Mill's proof of utilitarianism
  • A.T. Fyfe
  • The experience machine objection to hedonism
  • Dan Weijers
  • The error theory argument
  • Robert L. Muhlnickel
  • Moore's open question argument
  • Bruno Verbeek
  • Wolff's argument for the rejection of state authority
  • James' will to believe argument
  • Ben Saunders
  • Nozick's taxation is forced labor argument
  • Jason Waller
  • Charity is obligatory
  • Joakim Sandberg
  • The repugnant conclusion
  • Joakim Sandberg
  • Taurek on numbers don't count
  • Ben Saunders
  • Parfit's leveling down argument against egalitarianism
  • A.T. Fyfe
  • Ben Saunders
  • Nozick's Wilt Chamberlain argument
  • Fabian Wendt
  • Liberal feminism
  • Julinna C. Oxley
  • Moral status of animals from marginal cases
  • Julia Tanner
  • The ethical vegetarianism argument
  • Robert L. Muhlnickel
  • Thomson and the famous violinist
  • The problem of evil
  • Leslie Burkholder
  • Marquis and the immorality of abortion
  • Leslie Burkholder
  • Tooley on abortion and infanticide
  • Ben Saunders
  • Rachels on euthanasia
  • Leslie Burkholder
  • Part V.
  • Philosophy of mind.
  • Leibniz' argument for innate ideas
  • Michael Bruce and Steven Barbone
  • Byron Kaldis
  • Descartes' arguments for the mind-body distinction
  • Dale Jacquette
  • Princess Elisabeth and the mind-body problem
  • Jen McWeeny
  • Kripke's argument for mind-body property dualism
  • Dale Jacquette
  • The argument from mental causation for physicalism
  • Amir Horowitz
  • Davidson's argument for anomalous monism
  • The free will defense to the problem of evil
  • Amir Horowitz
  • Putnam's multiple realization argument against type-physicalism
  • Amir Horowitz
  • The supervenience argument against non-reductive physicalism
  • Andrew Russo
  • Ryle's argument against Cartesian internalism
  • Agustin Arrieta and Fernando Migura
  • Jackson's knowledge argument
  • Amir Horowitz
  • Nagel's "what is it like to be a bat" argument against physicalism
  • Grant Sterling
  • Amy Kind
  • Chalmer's zombie argument
  • Amy Kind
  • The argument from revelation
  • Carlos Mario Muñoz-Suárez
  • Searle and the Chinese room argument
  • Leslie Burkholder
  • Part VI.
  • Science and language.
  • Sir Karl Popper's demarcation argument
  • Part I.
  • St. Anselm on free choice and the power to sin
  • Liz Stillwaggon Swan
  • Kuhn's incommensurability arguments
  • Liz Stillwaggon Swan and Michael Bruce
  • Putnam's no miracles argument
  • Liz Stillwaggon Swan
  • Galileo's falling bodies
  • Liz Stillwaggon Swan
  • Eliminative materialism
  • Charlotte Blease
  • Wittgenstein's private language argument
  • Julia Hermann
  • George Wrisley
  • Fodor's argument for linguistic nativism
  • Majid Amini
  • Fodor and the impossibility of learning
  • Majid Amini
  • Quine on the indeterminacy of translation
  • Robert Sinclair
  • Davidson's argument for the principle of charity
  • Maria Caamaño
  • Frege's argument for Platonism
  • Hume's argument against miracles
  • Ivan Kasa
  • Mathematical Platonism
  • Nicolas Pain.
  • Appendix A.
  • Learning the logical lingo.
  • Appendix B.
  • Rules of inference and replacement
  • Tommaso Piazza
  • The Euthyphro dilemma
  • David Baggett
  • Nietzche's death of God
  • Tom Grimwood
  • Ockham's razor
  • Grant Sterling
  • Philosophy of religion.
  • Part II.
  • Metaphysics.
  • Parmenides' refutation of change
  • Adrian Bardon
  • McTaggart's argument against the reality of time
  • M. Joshua Mozersky
  • Berkeley's master argument for idealism
  • John M. DePoe
  • Kant's refutation of idealism
  • Adrian Bardon
  • Aquinas' five ways
  • The master argument of Diodorus Cronus
  • Ludger Jansen
  • Lewis' argument for possible worlds
  • David Vander Laan
  • A reductionist account of personal identity
  • Fauve Lybaert
  • Split-case arguments about personal identity
  • Ludger Jansen
  • The ship of Theseus
  • Ludger Jansen
  • Timothy J. Pawl
  • The problem of temporary intrinsics
  • Montserrat Bordes
  • A modern modal argument for the soul
  • Rafal Urbaniak and Agnieszka Rostalska
  • Two arguments for the harmlessness of death.
  • Epicurus' death is nothing to us argument
  • Steven Luper
  • Lucretius' symmetry argument
  • Nicolas Bommarito
  • The existence of forms : Plato's argument from the possibility of knowledge
  • The contingency cosmological argument
  • Jurgis (George) Brakas
  • Plato, Aristotle, and the third man argument
  • Jurgis (George) Brakas
  • Logical monism
  • Luis Estrada-González
  • The maximality paradox
  • Nicola Ciprotti
  • An argument for free will
  • Gerald Harrison
  • Frankfurt's refutation of the principle of alternative possibilities
  • Mark T. Nelson
  • Gerald Harrison
  • Van Inwagen's consequence argument against compatibilism
  • Grant Sterling
  • Fatalism
  • Fernando Migura and Agustin Arrieta
  • Sartre's argument for freedom
  • Jeffrey Gordon
  • Part III.
  • Epistomology.
  • The cogito arguments of Descartes and Augustine.
  • The Kalam argument for the existence of God
  • Descartes' cogito
  • Joyce Lazier
  • Augustine's "Si fallor, sum" argument (if I am mistaken, I exist)
  • Brett Gaul
  • The Cartesian dreaming argument for external-world skepticism
  • Stephen Hetherington
  • The transparency of experience argument
  • Carlos Mario Muñoz-Suárez
  • The regress argument for skepticism
  • Scott Aikin
  • Harry Lesser
  • Moore's anti-skeptical arguments
  • Matthew Frise
  • The bias paradox
  • Deborah Heikes
  • Gettier's argument against the traditional account of knowledge
  • John M. DePoe
  • Putnam's argument against cultural imperialism
  • Maria Caamaño
  • Davidson on the very idea of a conceptual scheme
  • George Wrisley
Control code
ocn710045144
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 409 pages
Isbn
9781444336382
Lccn
2011012212
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)710045144

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