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Mind Science and History
Mind Science and History
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Howard E. Kiefer - Author
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Hardcover - 321 pages
Release Date: June 1970
ISBN10: 0-87395-052-6
ISBN13: 978-0-87395-052-7

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Table of Contents

Introduction

PHILOSOPHY OF MIND

The Limits of Naturalism
Brand Blanshard

Can Their Be a Science of Human Behavior? (A Response)
Richard Taylor

Some Problems about Thinking
Gilbert Ryle

A Peculiar Kind of Thinking (A Response)
Stuart Hampshire

Toward a Logical Geography of Personality: Traits and Deeper Lying Personality Characters
William P. Alston

Belief in Other Minds
Kenneth Stern

The Malign Genie Revisisted (A Response)
John Catan

PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE

Issues in the Logic of Reductive Explanations
Ernest Nagel

Theory Meets Experience
Mario Bunge

Models for Scientific Practice (A Response)
Peter Caws

Do We Know the World Though Science?
Richard Schlegel

On Some Alleged Limitations of Scientific Knowledge (A Response)
Ernest Nagel

A Practitioner's View of the Biological Sciences
Bentley Glass

PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY

Historical Explanation
P.H. Nowell-Smith

Can Philosophers Learn from Historians?
Alan Donagan

On Importance in History
W. H. Dray

The Logic of the Succession of Cultures
David Braybrooke

Social Determinism and Freedom
Mihailo Markovic

Is There a "Philosophy of History"?
Henry Steel Commager

Notes on Contributors



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