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LSC CPS1 () : LSC CPS1 Theories of Knowledge & Reality

LSC CPS1 () : LSC CPS1 Theories of Knowledge & Reality

2nd Edition
By J. Cover
Copyright: 1993

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ISBN10: 0070132690 | ISBN13: 9780070132696

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Chapter One - Doing Philosophy

Section 1 - What is Philosophy?

Section 2 - How is Philosophy Done?

Section 3 - Why Does One Do Philosophy?

Section 4 - Working with This Text

Chapter Two - Logic and Language

Section 1 - Logic

Section 2 - Language

Section 3 - Modality and Possible Worlds

Chapter 3 - Rationality and the Existence of God

Section 1 - Introduction

Section 2 - Teleological Arguments

Section 3 - Cosmological Arguments

Section 4 - Ontological Arguments

Section 5 - The Problem of Evil

Section 6 - Rationality and Religious Beliefs

Chapter 4 - The Mind-Body Problem

Section 1 - The Traditional Mind-Body Problem

Section 2 - Dualism and Materialism - Arguments and Objections

Section 3 - Dualism and the Relationship Problem

Section 4 - The Problem of Other Minds

Section 5 - Materialism Attempts to Expose the Cartesian Myth

Section 6 - Functionalism

Section 7 - Dualism or Materialism?

Section 8 - Personal Identity

Chapter 5 - Perception and Our Knowledge of the External World

Section 1 - Introduction

Section 2 - Direct Realism

Section 3 - Representative Realism

Section 4 - Objections to Representative Realism

Section 5 - Idealism

Section 6 - Assessing Berkeleian Idealism

Chapter 6 - Free Will and Determinism

Section 1 - Introduction

Section 2 - Free Will

Section 3 - Determinism

Section 4 - Incompatibilism

Section 5 - Indeterminism

Section 6 - The Dilemma

Section 7 - Compatibilism

Section 8 - Agency Theory

Section 9 - Free Will and Moral Responsibility