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CONTENTS ON THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY AND ON PHILOSOPHYCAL QUOTES



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4 - In Plato’s
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8 - Phaedo
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16 - Materialistic Atomism
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19 - On the Sacred Disease
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21 - Individualism And Subjectivity
22 - But Cicero went
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25 - Roman Epicureanism
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31 - People Of The Book
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40 - Although Paul
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46 - Monotheism and Western Conceptions of Self
47 - Resurrected Self
48 - The Resurrection
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52 - A Treatise on the Soul
53 - The Triumph of Dualism
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61 - The Augustinian Synthesis
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67 - The Stream Divides
68 - Consolation of Philosophy was Platonic
69 - So Boethius
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71 - Scotus Eriugena (810?-877?) introduced the Greek Christian Neoplatonist
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73 - Arab Philosophy
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77 - Jewish Philosophy
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79 - The Twelfth-Century Renaissance
80 - Abelard’s
81 - The Story of My
82 - Ethics, or Know Thyself
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85 - Aristotelian Synthesis
86 - How Can Soul and Body Form a Unity?
87 - Alexander Nequam, William of Auvergne, Alexander of Hales, Anonymous
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89 - Bonaventure Versus Aquinas
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94 - Reason Versus Faith: The Challenge of Personal Immortality
95 - Late Scholastic Philosophy
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97 - Nevertheless,
98 - Aquinas’s
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100 - The Divine Comedy
101 - Care Of The Soul
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108 - Late Renaissance Natural Philosophy
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112 - The Growth of Subjectivity
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115 - Mechanization Of Nature
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118 - The Soul in a Mechanized World
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122 - Personal Unity
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126 - The Search After Truth (1674), Malebranche argued
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134 - Naturalizing The Soul
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136 - Berkeley, David Hartley, Thomas Reid, and Abraham Tucker—tended to
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138 - The Clarke-Collins Debate
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140 - Subse-
141 - Swift, John Gay, Thomas Parnell, Robert Harley, and perhaps others), The
142 - Kepler, through Hobbes, Descartes, and Gassendi, to Newton, Boyle, and Locke, it
143 - A Treatise of Human
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149 - Materialism Redux
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151 - Finally,
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153 - What Matters in Survival
154 - The Roots of Egoism
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157 - In France, Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778), in Emile
158 - Theory of Moral Sentiment
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163 - Philosophy Of Spirit
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169 - Empirical Psychology
170 - Reveries of the Solitary Walker
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173 - German and English Romanticism
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182 - Of these critics, Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860), Søren Kierkegaard (1813-
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185 - Kant and Schopenhauer, Kierkegaard believed
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191 - Appearance and Reality: A Metaphysical Essay
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193 - Science Of Human Nature
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196 - by Means of Natural Selection, or The Preservation of Favoured Races in the Strug-
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198 - The Psychopathology of Self
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200 - The Birth of Sociology
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202 - Capital
203 - The Essence of Christianity
204 - Thomas Brown’s
205 - Examination of Sir William Hamilton’
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208 - The Emotions
209 - Developmental Psychology
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212 - The Last Philosopher-Psychologist
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221 - Before The Fall
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228 - In Jean-Paul Sartre’s (1905-1980)
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230 - Analytic Philosophy
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232 - Knowledge of the External World
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237 - Depth Psychology
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239 - Existential and Humanistic Psychology
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241 - Social and Developmental Psychology
242 - In Mind, Self and Society
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245 - Critical Theory
246 - Dialectic of Enlightenment
247 - Xiii
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251 - The History of Sexuality
252 - This, Foucault
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254 - Texts,
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257 - The Politicized Self
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260 - Feminism and Gender Studies
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262 - Social and Developmental Contributions
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266 - The Narrative Self
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273 - Analytic Philosophy
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282 - Everything That Happened
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299 - Notes
300 - (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1951); Julian Jaynes,
301 - Theaetetus,
302 - Aristotle: Fundamentals of the History of His Development (1934; reprint, New York: Oxford
303 - The Cambridge History of Seventeenth Century Phi-
304 - Gregory Zilboorg,
305 - The Stoic and Epicurean Philosophers
306 - The Works of Philo Judaeus, the
307 - (New York: Columbia
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310 - Two Greek Aristotelean Commenta-
311 - (New York: Columbia University
312 - The Problem of the Rational Soul,
313 - The Cambridge History of Seventeenth-Century
314 - The Career of Philosophy: From the Middle Ages to the
315 - Mirages of the Selfe: Patterns of Personhood in Ancient and Early Modern
316 - See, for instance, Marleen Rozemond, Descartes’s Dualism
317 - Descartes: His Moral Philosophy and Psychology (New
318 - Discourse on Metaphysics
319 - Second
320 - Memoirs Of the Extraordinary Life, Works, and Discover-
321 - Treatise of Human Nature
322 - the Eighteenth Century
323 - Systems of Hartley and Helvetius
324 - Foundations of Transcendental Philosophy (Wissenschaftslehre), Nova
325 - Human, All Too Human: A Book for Free Spirits,
326 - (New York: Oxford University Press,
327 - Neurypnology; or, the Rationale of Nervous Sleep, Considered in Relation with
328 - Auguste Comte and Positivism
329 - Psychologism: A Case Study in the Sociology of
330 - Language, Truth, and Logic
331 - Markova, “The Development of Self-Consciousness: Baldwin, Mead, and Vygotsky,” in
332 - The Care of the Self
333 - Gender-Nature-Culture
334 - The Dialogical Self: Meaning as Movement
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336 - The Self in Time: Developmental Issues
337 - Continental Philosophy Since 1750: The Rise and Fall of
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339 - References
340 - Blumenthal,
341 - The Medical Works of
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343 - Epictetus,
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345 - Wirtschaft, Recht und Staat im Nation-
346 - New York:
347 - Reconsidering Psychology: Perspectives from Continental Philosophy,
348 - An Examination of Sir William Hamilton’
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350 - Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society
351 - Philadelphia: Trinity
352 - The Philosophy of Thomas
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355 - Avempace (Ibn Ba
356 - Beckett, Samuel, 259
357 - Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas
358 - Gay, John, 149
359 - Herbart, Johann Friedrich
360 - Lamarck, Jean-Baptiste de
361 - Nozick, Robert, 343
362 - Rabinow, Paul, 340
363 - Tart, Charles, 249
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365 - Subject Index
366 - Dark Ages, 76-81
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368 - Frankfurt School, 253-254
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