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*  Mind-body dualism
Lycan, William (1996) "Philosophy of Mind" in The Blackwell Companion to Philosophy, ed. Nicholas Bunnin and E. P. Tsui-James, ... of Philosophy of Mind Dualism in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Zombies in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy " ... "Dualism and Mind". Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Dualism at PhilPapers Dualism at the Indiana Philosophy Ontology ... This philosophy states that the mental can exist outside of the body, and the body cannot think. Substance dualism is important ...
*  Philosophy of chemistry
"Philosophy of Chemistry". In Zalta, Edward N. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. International Society for the Philosophy of ... 2006). Philosophy of science. In Encyclopedia of philosophy, second edition. New York, NY: Macmillan. Ebbing, D., & Gammon, S ... Philosophy of Chemistry, J. van Brakel, Leuven University Press, 2000. ISBN 90-5867-063-5 Philosophy of Chemistry: Synthesis of ... For much of its history, philosophy of science has been dominated by the philosophy of physics, but the philosophical questions ...
*  University of Houston College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, Religious Studies, ROTC, Sociology, Visual Studies, and ...
*  Bile
Johansson, Ingvar; Lynøe, Niels (2008). Medicine & Philosophy: A Twenty-First Century Introduction. Walter de Gruyter. p. 27. ...
*  Parallelism (philosophy)
Heil, John (2004). Philosophy of mind: a contemporary introduction. Routledge. pp. 27-29. ISBN 978-0-415-28355-7. ... Philosophy of Baruch Spinoza: Parallelism Spinozism: Parallelism Broad, Charlie (1925). The Mind and its place in nature. ...
*  Linguistic philosophy
The former position is that of ideal language philosophy, the latter the position of ordinary language philosophy. Analytic ... Entry on analytic philosophy in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. ... Linguistic philosophy is the view that philosophical problems are problems which may be solved (or dissolved) either by ... Introduction: Metaphilosophical difficulties of linguistic philosophy. In Richard Rorty (ed.). The Linguistic Turn: Recent ...
*  Wuji (philosophy)
A History of Chinese Philosophy. 2 vols. E. J. Brill. Graham, Angus C., tr. 1990. The Book of Lieh-tzǔ: A Classic of Tao. New ... In Song-dynasty philosophy, however, the same expression 'limitless' should be translated as 'ultimate of beinglessness,' for ... Key Concepts in Chinese Philosophy. Yale University Press.. ... texts associated with diverse schools of Chinese philosophy, ...
*  Irrealism (philosophy)
1997). The Philosophy of Nelson Goodman, Volume 4: Nelson Goodman's Theory of Symbols and Its Applications. New York and London ... 1997). The Philosophy of Nelson Goodman, Volume 1: Nominalism, Constructivism, and Relativism in the Work of Nelson Goodman. ... "Nelson Goodman". In Zalta, Edward N. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. "On Star-Making" by Nelson Goodman. Goodman and ... ISBN 0-915144-34-4. Goodman, N.; Elgin, C.Z. (1988). Reconceptions in Philosophy & Other Arts & Sciences. London: Routledge. ...
*  Taiji (philosophy)
Any philosophy that asserts two elements such as the yin-yang of Chinese philosophy will also look for a term to reconcile the ... This article, however, refers only to the use of the term in Chinese philosophy and Taoist spirituality. The word 太極 comes from ... The term 'supreme ultimate' performs this role in the philosophy of the Book of Changes. In the Song dynasty it became a ... Gedalecia, D. "Excursion Into Substance and Function: The Development of the T'i-Yung Paradigm in Chu Hsi." Philosophy East and ...
*  Hindu philosophy
The Vaiśeṣika philosophy is a naturalist school. It is a form of atomism in natural philosophy. It postulates that all objects ... Hindu philosophy also includes several sub-schools of theistic philosophies that integrate ideas from two or more of the six ... Hindu philosophy refers to a group of darśanas (philosophies, world views, teachings) that emerged in ancient India. The ... This philosophy of "inconceivable oneness and difference". The Cārvāka school is one of the nāstika or "heterodox" philosophies ...
*  Eastern philosophy
Indian philosophy Chinese philosophy Japanese philosophy Korean philosophy Middle Eastern philosophy Indonesian philosophy ... Eastern philosophy or Asian philosophy includes the various philosophies of South and East Asia, including Chinese philosophy, ... 2006) "Philosophies versus Philosophy: In Defense of a Flexible Definition". Philosophy East & West 56 (4) 618-625. [1] OuYang ... Indian philosophy, Buddhist philosophy (dominant in Tibet, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia), Korean philosophy, and ...
*  Process philosophy
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Process philosophy at PhilPapers Process philosophy at the Indiana Philosophy Ontology ... Process philosophy (also ontology of becoming, processism, or philosophy of organism) identifies metaphysical reality with ... Jeremy R. Hustwit (2007). "Process Philosophy". Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. p. 2.a. In Pursuit of a Holistic Worldview ... Hustwit, J. R. "Process Philosophy". Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP). Retrieved 15 June 2017. Viney, Donald. "Process ...
*  Trope (philosophy)
The use of tropes has been extended from a linguistic usage to the field of philosophy of history by, among other theorists, ... One classical solution is that of realism as found in the middle period of Plato's philosophy, with the Republic as a crowning ... This use of the term goes back to D. C. Williams (1953). The basic problem has been discussed previously in philosophy without ... "Nominalism in Metaphysics". In Zalta, Edward N. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Universals entry by Mary C. MacLeod and ...
*  Western philosophy
Philosophy portal Analytic philosophy Ancient philosophy British philosophy Continental philosophy French philosophy German ... philosophy Polish philosophy American philosophy Eastern philosophy Glossary of philosophical isms History of philosophy List ... of Philosophy Western philosophy at the Indiana Philosophy Ontology Project Western philosophy at PhilPapers Philosophy Sites ... The three major contemporary approaches to academic philosophy are analytic philosophy, continental philosophy and pragmatism. ...
*  Indeterminacy (philosophy)
... philosophy) Indeterminacy (literature) Indeterminism Meaning Occam's razor Pharmakon (philosophy) Philosophy of science ... Indeterminacy, in philosophy, can refer both to common scientific and mathematical concepts of uncertainty and their ... "Donald Davidson," Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2005. Derrida, Plato's Pharmacy in Dissemination, 1972, Athlone Press, ... Indeterminacy of translation Anti-realism Causality Causal loop Definition Deterministic system (philosophy) Event ( ...
*  Unix philosophy
The UNIX Philosophy, Mike Gancarz, ISBN 1-55558-123-4 Basics of the Unix Philosophy - by Catb.org The Unix Philosophy: A Brief ... The Unix philosophy favors composability as opposed to monolithic design. The UNIX philosophy is documented by Doug McIlroy in ... Instead, what makes it effective is the approach to programming, a philosophy of using the computer. Although that philosophy ... summarized the Unix philosophy as follows: This is the Unix philosophy: Write programs that do one thing and do it well. Write ...
*  Digital philosophy
... is a direction in philosophy and cosmology advocated by certain mathematicians and theoretical physicists, ... digital philosophy attempts to consider some main issues in the philosophy of mind. The digital approach attempts to deal with ... philosophy) Simulated reality Fredkin, Edward (2003). "An Introduction to Digital Philosophy". International Journal of ... In "Digital Philosophy (DP)", Chapter 11, Fredkin raises the question, "Could physics have a strong law of conservation of ...
*  Philosophy & Rhetoric
... is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering the relationship between philosophy and rhetoric. The ... Official website Philosophy & Rhetoric at Project MUSE. ...
*  Political philosophy
... at PhilPapers Political philosophy at the Indiana Philosophy Ontology Project "Political philosophy". ... Western political philosophy originates in the philosophy of ancient Greece, where political philosophy dates back to at least ... Political philosophy is a branch of philosophy. Political philosophy is also considered by some to be a sub-discipline of ... Roman political philosophy was influenced by the Stoics and the Roman statesman Cicero. Indian political philosophy evolved in ...
*  Ancient philosophy
Mary Boyce: "The Origins of Zoroastrian Philosophy" in "Persian Philosophy". Companion Encyclopedia of Asian Philosophy: Brian ... "Morals and Society in Zoroastrian Philosophy" in "Persian Philosophy". Companion Encyclopedia of Asian Philosophy: Brian Carr ... In Western philosophy, the spread of Christianity in the Roman Empire marked the ending of Hellenistic philosophy and ushered ... Cārvāka (Sanskrit: चार्वाक) (atheist) philosophy, also known as Lokāyata, it is a system of Hindu philosophy that assumes ...
*  Contemporary philosophy
Indeed, continental philosophy is often characterized by its critics as philosophy that lacks the rigor of analytic philosophy ... Thus continental philosophy tends toward historicism, where analytic philosophy tends to treat philosophy in terms of discrete ... 20th-century philosophy Analytic philosophy Experimental philosophy - An emerging field of philosophical inquiry that makes use ... Postanalytic philosophy - Postanalytic philosophy describes a detachment and challenge to mainstream analytic philosophy by ...
*  Action (philosophy)
In philosophy, an action is something which is done by an agent. In common speech, the term action is often used ... However, in the philosophy of action, the behavioural sciences, and the social sciences, a distinction is made: behavior is ... A primary concern of philosophy of action is to analyze the nature of actions and distinguish them from similar phenomena. ... "Action". In Zalta, Edward N. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. ...
*  Chabad philosophy
... comprises the teachings of the leaders of Chabad-Lubavitch, a Hasidic movement. Chabad Hasidic philosophy ... Audio lectures on Chabad philosophy on Chabad.org Audio lectures on Chabad philosophy by Rabbi Shlomo Majesky. ... journal edited by Yehoshua Mondshein Jewish philosophy Hasidic philosophy Chabad Tanya', Shneur Zalman of Liadi, Chapter 13. ... With the Chabad philosophy, he elevated the mind above the heart, arguing that "understanding is the mother of fear and love ...
*  Jewish philosophy
ISBN 0-521-39727-8 Adventures in Philosophy - Jewish Philosophy Index (radicalacademy.com) Jewish Philosophy, The Dictionary of ... Jewish philosophy (Hebrew: פילוסופיה יהודית‎) includes all philosophy carried out by Jews, or in relation to the religion of ... This is the "process" in "process philosophy". Process philosophy gives God a special place in the universe of occasions of ... Mysticism is generally understood as an alternative to philosophy, not a variant of philosophy. Among modern the modern critics ...
*  Agricultural philosophy
... (or philosophy of agriculture) is, roughly and approximately, a discipline devoted to the systematic ... While the above philosophies can be useful for guiding decision making on issues concerning land in general, they have limited ... One philosophy grounded in the principle that land has intrinsic value which is directly applicable to agriculture is Aldo ... The most prevalent of these philosophies will be briefly defined below. This view was first put forth by Jeremy Bentham and ...