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springer com booksellers Springer News 11 12 2009 Philosophy 125. E Eells University of Wisconsin Madison WI USA G Ernst Universit di Roma Tre Italy R Fan. J Fetzer University of Minnesota Duluth MN USA,Eds Tommaso Campanella Reconstructionist. The Place of Probability in The Book and the Body of Nature Confucianism. Rethinking Morality after the West, IN HONOR OF ELLERY EELLS 1953 2006 A friend of Galileo and author of the renowned. utopia The City of the Sun Tommaso Campan Contrasting with conventional Neo Confucian. ella Stilo Calabria 1568 Paris 1639 is one of attempts to recast the Confucian heritage in light. The purpose of philosophy broadly conceived the most significant and original thinkers of the of modern Western values this book offers a. can be described as that of attempting to resolve early modern period His philosophical project Reconstructionist Confucian project to reclaim. heretofore unsolved conceptual and theoretical centred upon the idea of reconciling Renaissance Confucian resources to meet contemporary moral. problems especially those that lie at the founda philosophy with a radical reform of science and and public policy challenges Ruiping Fan argues. tions of knowledge and values Given the central society He produced a complex and articulate that popular accounts of human goods and social. role of science in acquiring reliable knowledge the synthesis of all fields of knowledge including justice within the dominant individualist culture. study of science has become of special impor magic and astrology During his early formative of the West are too insubstantial to direct a life of. tance within philosophy And within philosophy years as a Dominican friar he manifested a restless virtue and a proper structure of society Instead he. of science in turn no other concept possesses impatience towards Aristotelian philosophy and demonstrates that the moral insights of Confucian. the centrality and importance as does that of its followers As a reaction he enthusiastically thought are precisely those needed to fill the moral. probability To clarify and illuminate the place of embraced Bernardino Telesio s view that knowl vacuum developing in post communist China and. probability in science Ellery Eells and James H edge could only be acquired through the observa to address similar problems in the West The book. Fetzer have brought together some of the most tion of things themselves investigated through the has a depth of reflection on the Confucian tradi. distinguished philosophers from our time senses and based on a correct understanding of the tion through a comparative philosophical strategy. link between words and objects and a breadth of contemporary issues addressed. Features unrivaled by any other work on these topics. 7 Comprehensive overview about the place of Features. probability in science 7 Explanation of the role 7 A comprehensive intellectual biography of an Features. of probability in evolutionary theory and quantum important and complex philosopher of the Renais 7 Most importantly this is the first book in. mechanics 7 New contribution from renowned sance 7 A historical reconstruction of social and English to address in depth both the attempt to. philosophers as Elliott Sober Ellery Eels and James cultural relationships between the sixteenth and revive reconstruct Confucianism in contemporary. H Fetzer the seventeenth century 7 A volume useful to China as well as bring those efforts to bear on a. clarify some philological and interpretative prob range of ethical and social political issues brought. Fields of interest lems concerning modern editions and translations about by the recent economic and political devel. Philosophy of Science Epistemology Statistical of Campanella s texts opments in China. Theory and Methods,Fields of interest Fields of interest. Target groups History of Philosophy Ethics Non Western Philosophy. Philosophers of science,Target groups Target groups. Type of publication University students and teachers people interested Philosophers working in the application of. Contributed volume in Italian Renaissance political science and polit Chinese philosophy especially Confucianism. ical philosophy early modern European history to contemporary ethical bioethical and social. political issues philosophers interested in Chinese. Type of publication philosophy more broadly and contemporary. Monograph ethical bioethical and social political issues in. general academics interested in the ethical dimen, sions of the recent economic and political develop.
ments in China,Type of publication,Humanities Social Sciences and Law. Due December 2009, Humanities Social Sciences and Law Humanities Social Sciences and Law. Original Italian edition published by Laterza Rome 2002. Due December 2009 Due December 2009,2010 Approx 325 p International Archives of the. 2010 Approx 450 p Boston Studies in the Philosophy History of Ideas Archives internationales d histoire des 2010 Approx 255 p Philosophical Studies in. of Science Volume 284 Hardcover id es Volume 200 Hardcover Contemporary Culture Volume 17 Hardcover. 7 approx 139 95 126 00 7 approx 99 95 90 00 7 approx 99 95 90 00. 7 approx D 149 75 A 153 95 7 approx D 106 95 A 109 95 7 approx D 106 95 A 109 95. sFr 217 50 sFr 166 00 sFr 155 50, ISBN 978 90 481 3614 8 ISBN 978 90 481 3125 9 ISBN 978 90 481 3155 6. 9 HTUAPI bdgbei 9 HTUAPI bdbcfj 9 HTUAPI bdbf g, 126 Philosophy Springer News 11 12 2009 springer com booksellers.
U Feest Technische Universit t Berlin Germany Ed G Fl istad University of Oslo Norway Ed O Gal W Charles T University of Sydney NSW. Australia Eds, Historical Perspectives on Contemporary Philosophy. Erkl ren and Verstehen Volume 10 The Body as object and. Philosophy of Religion instrument of knowledge,Embodied Emipircism in Early Modern. The conceptual pair of Erkl ren and Verstehen Science. explanation and understanding has been an The present volume a continuation of the series. object of philosophical and methodological Contemporary Philosophy International Institute. debates for well over a century Discussions to of Philosophy provides an international survey of. this day are centered around the question of significant trends in contemporary philosophy It was in 1660s England according to the received. whether certain objects or issues such as those Volume 10 Philosophy of Religion contains view in the Royal Society of London that science. dealing with humans or society require a special seventeen surveys written in English French and acquired the form of empirical enquiry we recog. approach different from that of the physical German describing the variety of philosophical nize as our own an open collaborative experi. sciences In the course of such philosophical approaches to religion and the impact of the mental practice mediated by specially designed. discussions we frequently find references to ongoing secularization process on religious beliefs instruments supported by civil discourse. historical predecessors such as Dilthey s discus The articles reflect upon the major world religions stressing accuracy and replicability Guided by the. sion of the relationship between Geisteswissen of Buddhism Christianity Hinduism Islam philosophy of Francis Bacon by Protestant ideas of. schaft and Naturwissenschaft Windelband s Judaism and African religions but also on such thisworldly benevolence by gentlemanly codes of. distinction between nomothetic and idiographic topics as Mayas and Nahuas conception of man decorum and by a dominant interest in mechanics. methods or Weber s conception of an interpre theology and philosophy and Christianity and and the mechanical structure of the universe the. tative sociology However these concepts are philosophy members of the Royal Society created a novel. rarely placed in the historical contexts of their experimental practice that superseded former. emergence Nor have the shifting meanings of Features modes of empirical inquiry from Aristotelian. these terms been analyzed The present volume 7 Continues the explorations of important topics observations to alchemical experimentation. considers a variety of intellectual social and mate in the series Contemporary Philosophy This volume focuses on the development of. rial factors that contributed to the debate 7 Contains up to date studies from different empiricism as an interest in the body as both. continents 7 Includes 17 surveys showing the the object of research and the subject of experi. Features variety of approaches to Religion ence Re embodying empiricism shifts the focus of. 7 It addresses a current interest in a contextual interest to the life sciences medicine physiology. ized history of philosophy 7 It is interdisci From the contents natural history. plinary in that it brings together historians of Introduction Guttorm Fl istad Philosophical. science and philosophers Intuition of Religious Problems in our Age Features. Tomonobu Imamichi Transformation de la 7 Overview from worldwide distinguished. From the contents philosophie de la religion Francis Jacques philosophers about the role of the body in empiri. Uljana Feest Historical Perspectives on Erkl ren Bezeugte religi se Erfahrung philosophische cism 7 New insights in the works of philosoph. and Verstehen Introduction 2 Denise Phillips Theorie und ihre Vermittlung durch die Postulate ical giants like Locke Galileo Bacon Lamarck. Epistemological Distinctions and Cultural Politics der Vernunft Richard Schaeffler The Relation Berkeley Spinoza and Hume 7 Exploration of. Educational Reform and the Naturwissenschaft between Theology and Philosophy A Story of the keen interest in the body as both the object of. Geisteswissenschaft Distinction in mid 19th Troubled Twins Theodore de Boer Christianity research and as the subject of experience in the. century Germany3 Bernhard Kleeberg Vestiges of and Philosophy Torstein Theodor Tollefsen God development of Empiricism. the Book of Nature On Concepts of Meaning in and Desire Jan Olav Henriksen. German Theology around 19004 Fields of interest,Fields of interest Philosophy of Science. Fields of interest Philosophy of Religion Metaphysics Non Western. History of Science History of Philosophy Philosophy Target groups. Philosophy of Science Philosophers of science,Target groups. Target groups Researchers Type of publication, Historians and philosophers of the human Contributed volume.
sciences historians of the philosophy of science Type of publication. Contributed volume,Type of publication,Contributed volume. Humanities Social Sciences and Law Humanities Social Sciences and Law. Humanities Social Sciences and Law,Due December 2009 Due December 2009. Due November 2009, 2010 Approx 420 p Contemporary Philosophy A New 2010 Approx 400 p Studies in History and Philosophy. 2010 Approx 277 p Archimedes Volume 21 Hardcover Survey Volume 10 Hardcover of Science Volume 25 Hardcover. 7 approx 139 95 126 00 7 approx 139 00 125 00 7 approx 139 95 126 00. 7 approx D 149 75 A 153 95 7 approx D 148 73 A 152 90 7 approx D 149 75 A 153 95. sFr 217 50 sFr 216 00 sFr 217 50, ISBN 978 90 481 3539 4 ISBN 978 90 481 3526 4 ISBN 978 90 481 3685 8. 9 HTUAPI bdfdje 9 HTUAPI bdfcge 9 HTUAPI bdgifi, springer com booksellers Springer News 11 12 2009 Philosophy 127.
R Goulding University of Notre Dame IN USA R Joyce University of Sydney NSW Australia I A Karawan W McCormack S E Reynolds. S Kirchin University of Kent UK Eds University of Utah Salt Lake City UT USA Eds. Defending Hypatia,Ramus Savile and the Renaissance. A World Without Values Values and Violence, Rediscovery of Mathematical History Essays on John Mackie s Moral Error Theory Intangible Aspects of Terrorism. Why should mathematics the purest of sciences For centuries certain moral philosophers have Most books on terrorism deal with descriptions. have a history Medieval mathematicians took maintained that morality is an illusion comparable of terrorist organizations and activities some. little interest in the history of their discipline Yet to talking of ghosts or unicorns These moral skep examine privacy and civil liberties issues and. in the Renaissance the history of mathematics tics claim that the world simply doesn t contain the others treat terrorism as a series of policy choices. flourished This book explores how Renaissance sort of properties such as moral badness moral Hardly any books deal with the foundational. scholars recovered and reconstructed the origins of obligation etc necessary to render moral state questions of values and violence as they relate to. mathematics by tracing its invention in prehistoric ments true Even seemingly obvious moral claims terrorism The two unique features of this book. Antiquity its development by the Greeks and its such as killing innocents is morally wrong fail are that it deals with violence at the normative. transmission to modern Europe via the works of to be true What would lead someone to adopt foundations of values and human dignity and. Euclid Theon and Proclus such a radical viewpoint Are the arguments in its that it includes many of the best known authors. favor defensible or plausible What impact would in the world from a variety of disciplines making. Features embracing such a view have on one s practical life it a paradigmatic example of cutting edge study. 7 The only English monograph on Peter Ramus s in interdisciplinary scholarship with a focus on. mathematical works 7 One of the very few Features bringing theories and policy issues closer together. English monographs on any aspect of Ramus s 7 The long needed up to date book on Mackie s Values and Violence includes chapters by a dozen. intellectual programme 7 The only substantial error theory reflecting the latest views and of the leading scholars in the world on patterns of. treatment in any form of the life and work of accounts in the field 7 The only book on the political violence responses to terrorism and the. Henry Savile one of the pioneers of mathematical market to focus comprehensively on the topic basic value choices inherent in them. teaching at Oxford 7 Explains for the first time of moral skepticism 7 Mackie s error theory. the origins of the fictitious biography of Euclid revisited by leading scholars in the field 7 Covers Features. direct descendants of Mackie s error theory such as 7 Includes contributions from several world. Contents moral fictionalism renowned scholars 7 Provides an interdisci. Introduction Chapter 1 Lineages of Learning plinary look at political violence 7 Provides an. Chapter 2 Ramus and the History of Math From the contents explication of values that guide policy choices. ematics Chapter 3 From Plato to Pythagoras Introduction R Joyce S Kirchin 1 Against. The Scholae mathematicae Chapter 4 To Ethics J Burgess 2 Abolishing Morality R Fields of interest. Bring Alexandria to Oxford Henry Savile s1570 Garner 3 The Argument from Moral Experience Political Philosophy International Foreign. Lectures on Ptolemy Chapter 5 The Puzzling D Loeb 4 The Fictionalist s Attitude Problems Law Comparative Law Political Science. Lives of Euclid Chapter 6 Rending Hypatia The G Oddie 5 Mackie on Practical Reason D Phil. Body of the Elements Conclusion Appendices lips 6 Nietzsche Nihilism and the Doppelganger Target groups. Bibliography Problem C Pigden 7 Mackie and the Alleged Scholars and professionals in any field but espe. Queerness of Moral Properties D Copp 8 cially ethicists political philosophers political. Fields of interest Mackie s Notion of Objectivification R Joyce 9 and legal theorists and anyone interested in the. Philosophy of Science Mathematics general Clas Motivation and Queerness S Kirchin 10 Moti moral legal political and public policy issues of. sical Studies vational Internalisms and Empirical Evidence W terrorism as well as scholars in peace and conflict. Sinnott Armstrong 11 Beyond the Error Theory studies international relations and national and. Target groups M Smith international security of great interest to govern. Historians of science historians of classical schol ment officials academic libraries and the general. arship humanism historians of european universi Fields of interest public. ties historians of mathematics Ethics,Type of publication. Type of publication Target groups Contributed volume. Monograph Researchers,Type of publication,Contributed volume. Humanities Social Sciences and Law, Humanities Social Sciences and Law Humanities Social Sciences and Law.
Due November 2009,Due November 2009 Available,2010 Approx 250 p Philosophical Studies Series. 2010 Approx 299 p Archimedes Volume 25 Hardcover Volume 114 Hardcover 2009 XVIII 290 p 20 illus 10 in color Studies in Global. 7 approx 99 95 90 00 7 approx 99 95 90 00 Justice Volume 4 Softcover. 7 approx D 106 95 A 109 95 7 approx D 106 95 A 109 95 7 39 95 35 99. sFr 155 50 sFr 155 50 7 D 42 75 A 43 95 sFr 62 00, ISBN 978 90 481 3541 7 ISBN 978 90 481 3338 3 ISBN 978 90 481 3404 5. 9 HTUAPI bdfebh 9 HTUAPI bd did 9 HTUAPI bdeaef, 128 Philosophy Springer News 11 12 2009 springer com booksellers. F Orilia University of Macerata Italy M Talasiewicz University of Warsaw Poland T T nnsj University of Stockholm Sweden. Singular Reference Philosophy of Syntax From Reasons to Norms. A Descriptivist Perspective Foundational Topics On the Basic Question in Ethics. Singular reference to ourselves and the ordinary This book is intended as a preliminary work for a This book originated from a discussion between. objects surrounding us is a most crucial philo uniform description of language especially overall the author Derek Parfit and Wlodek Rabinowicz. sophical topic for it looms large in any attempt to organization and architecture of grammar and its and further developed in correspondence and. understand how language and mind connect to the connection with semantics An array of general intense discussions with Wlodek Rabinowics and. world This book explains in detail why in the past logical intuitions concerning the initial require John Broome The author disputes the recent trend. philosophers such as Frege Russell and Reichen ments for building and interpreting compound in metaethics that focuses on reasons rather than. bach have favoured a descriptivist approach to this expressions stemming from Frege Husserl and norms The reader is invited to take a new look. matter and why in more recent times Donnellan Ajdukiewicz is spelled out to form a general at the traditional metaethical questions of moral. Kripke Kaplan and others have rather favoured a framework allowing for critical evaluation of semantics ontology and epistemology. referentialist standpoint The now dominant refer today s leading paradigms such as Generative The author mainly concerns himself with. entialist theories however still have a hard time Grammar Montague Grammar or Type Logical particular aspects of these problems Which. in addressing propositional attitudes and empty Grammar are the problems of morality Are there many. singular terms Here a way out of this difficulty The main message of the book is that categorial different moral questions or do they all in the. emerges in an approach that incorporates aspects grammar is not only one of the competing theories final analysis reduce to one The bold claim made. of the old fashioned descriptivist views of Frege of syntax but according to some general features in this book is that there is just one What ought. Russell and Reichenbach without succumbing to is the most plausible framework for logical to be done Moreover there is just one source of. the anti descriptivist arguments that back up the syntax of natural language With profound motiva normativity just one kind of ought question. current referentialist trend tion the book proposes an original treatment of which lends itself to an objectively correct and. quantification and formulates insightful general authoritative answer. Features principles of syntactic analysis, 7 Detailed presentation of singular reference Features. which by examining carefully the pros and cons Features 7 A timely reaction to the turn to reasons in. of the two main rival approaches descriptivism 7 A unique attempt to confront major claims moral philosophy 7 Takes the reader back to. and referentialism provides a broad survey of this of empirically motivated syntactic theory with the basic normative question 7 Defends a realist. topic 7 This survey can work both as an intro foundational ideas of philosophical grammar conception of the ought question 7 Boldly. duction for the non expert and a useful synopsis 7 Inspires the reader to rethink the position claims that the only unique question in ethics is. for the expert of syntax in the philosophy of language and in What ought to be done. linguistics 7 Draws new lines between syntax, From the contents semantics and pragmatics 7 The first book Contents.
1 Introduction Referentialism versus Descrip to ground Categorial Grammar with Situation Acknowledgements Preface 1 Introduction. tivism 2 Background notions 3 Why descrip Semantics and facts about First Language Acquisi 2 The Humean Notion of Practical Reasons. tivism was so successful 4 Why Referentialism is tion 3 The Moral Normative Notion of Practical. so successful 5 Definite descriptions and proper Reasons 4 In Defense of Moral Realism 5 Some. names 6 Indexicals 7 Tense temporal indexi Fields of interest Consequences of Moral Realism 6 Reasons from. cals and other miscellaneous issues 8 Conclu Philosophy of Language Logic Syntax Prudence and Rationality 7 Reasons from Justice. sion accounting for the referentialist data and Aesthetics 8 Reasons to Believe 9 Reasons. Target groups to Desire 10 Conclusion References Index. Fields of interest Any scientist interested in logic linguistics inter. Philosophy of Language Philosophy of Mind face and in philosophy of language postgraduate Fields of interest. Theoretical Linguistics students in philosophy and or linguistics Ethics Philosophy. Target groups Type of publication Target groups, Researchers graduate and uppergraduate students Monograph Philosophers especially ethicists concerned with. in philosophy of language moral reasoning,Type of publication Type of publication. Monograph Monograph, Humanities Social Sciences and Law Humanities Social Sciences and Law. Humanities Social Sciences and Law,Due November 2009 Due November 2009. Due November 2009, 2010 Approx 260 p Philosophical Studies Series 2010 Approx 180 p Trends in Logic Volume 29.
Volume 113 Hardcover Hardcover 2010 X 180 p Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy. 7 approx 99 95 90 00 7 approx 99 95 90 00 Volume 22 Hardcover. 7 approx D 106 95 A 109 95 7 approx D 106 95 A 109 95 7 99 95 90 00. sFr 166 00 sFr 155 50 7 D 106 95 A 109 95 sFr 155 50. ISBN 978 90 481 3311 6 ISBN 978 90 481 3287 4 ISBN 978 90 481 3284 3. 9 HTUAPI bd b g 9 HTUAPI bdcihe 9 HTUAPI bdcied, springer com booksellers Springer News 11 12 2009 Philosophy 129. A Tymieniecka World Institute for Advanced,Phenomenological Research and Learning Hanover. NH USA N Muhtaroglu University of Kentucky,Lexington KY USA Eds. Classic Issues in,Islamic Philosophy and,Theology Today. This collection of classic issues in Islamic theology. and philosophy authored by young Islamic,scholars is for Islamic and Occidental readers.
alike While the questions are classic these studies. are not focused on historical matters They proceed. from the authors personal quest prompted by,contemporary concerns as they seek to understand. the old themes afresh as relevant to inherited,Islamic wisdom These studies strike us as initi. ating its contribution to the New Enlightenment,which emerges from the technologico pragmatic. turn of today s universal situation loosening its,grip Firstly by their response to the present day. call to revivify metaphysics benefitting from the,evolution of knowledge.
Secondly the search for renewed Islamic illumina,tion is manifested in our authors sharing their. reflection in encounters with Occidental thinkers,renewing the precious ties between East and West. that were formed in the Middle Ages and then,From the contents. 1 An Internalist Model of Immediate Awareness,of God through Knowledge by Presence from an. Islamic Philosophy Perspective A Yazdani 2,On the Prospects of an Islamic Extension of the.
Warrant E Baldwin 3 An Occasionalist Defense,of Free Will N Muhtaroglu 4 Reason and Revela. tion Rational Idealism and the Sufism of Ibn,Arabi S C Vannatta 5 Iqbal on Self and Privacy. a Critical Analysis in the light of Wittgenstein s. Philosophical Investigations M S Ahsen,Fields of interest. Philosophy of Religion Religious Studies Non,Western Philosophy. Target groups,Philosophers phenomenologist moslem scholars.
philosphers of religion,Type of publication,Contributed volume. Humanities Social Sciences and Law,Due January 2010. 2010 XII 200 p Islamic Philosophy and Occidental,Phenomenology in Dialogue Volume 4 Hardcover. 7 99 95 90 00,7 D 106 95 A 109 95 sFr 155 50,ISBN 978 90 481 3572 1.


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