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*  The Philosophy of Freedom - Wikipedia
... in relation to Husserl's transcendental reduction". Phenomenology of Life from the Animal Soul to the Human Mind II: The Human ... as we do when we take perception to be a causal effect of the things as they are in themselves on us. Metaphysical realism is ... Here Steiner can be read as giving his account of the structure and basis of what is today called the mind-body problem. ... But there is more to the human being's cognitive inventory than percept, concept and mental picture. There is the relation of ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Philosophy_of_Freedom
*  The Ontology of Psychology: Questioning Foundations in the Philosophy of Mind // Reviews // Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews //...
Its main ambition is to provide a physicalist solution to the mind-body problem that might explain the unconscious mind and the ... Brakel discusses a variety of metaphysical positions in the philosophy of mind. She rejects arguments for dualism, such as ... The basic idea is that human understanding is guided by consistency. Those domains of knowledge use consistency to achieve a ... since these accounts fail to provide causal efficacy for mental events. She endorses reductive physicalism in the spirit of ...
  https://ndpr.nd.edu/news/the-ontology-of-psychology-questioning-foundations-in-the-philosophy-of-mind/
*  Do You Have Free Will? | California Magazine
... be causal relations between the mind and the body if they are two different kinds of substances in two different metaphysical ... It's because the human mind, no pun intended, or should I say brain? is not infallible. We make mistakes, and sometimes those ... nobody ever succeeded in making any sense of how there could be causal relations between the mind and the body if they are two ... We are now at the point where the question of the relations of the mind and the body can stop being philosophical questions and ...
  https://alumni.berkeley.edu/california-magazine/march-april-2008-mind-matters/do-you-have-free-will
*  Structure and the Metaphysics of Mind: How Hylomorphism Solves the Mind-Body Problem // Reviews // Notre Dame Philosophical...
... for Jaworski's hylomorphism is that the particularity of tropes helps explain how properties figure in causal relations. This ... In this case, it may be argued that the difference between the triangle and, say, a living human body is that there is no ... While modern hylomorphism may offer promising answers to some pressing metaphysical worries it must struggle to dispel the ... Structure and the Metaphysics of Mind: How Hylomorphism Solves the Mind-Body Problem. Published: September 06, 2016. William ...
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*  Kabbalah Unveiled | Kabbalah | Zohar
and then once above the body. the human mind is almighty andits action can be stopped only by limited concepts. in this way you ... Taoism creates "causal bodies" above the physical. Further Ascent through Jacob's Ladder To maintain consciousness after the ... but lower mammals don't understand the idea of death.. our relation to death and our struggle for survival are basic human ... But after several meditations the frequencies of higher Kethers become "the goal and meaning". metaphysical. but always creates ...
  https://www.scribd.com/document/164715483/Kabbalah-Unveiled
*  Sir William Hamilton, 9th Baronet - Wikipedia
... is presented by Hamilton under the analogous relation between the mind and the body. As the mind is to the body, so is the ... Hamilton was more than a philosopher; his knowledge and interests embraced all subjects related to that of the human mind. He ... hence the conception of the causal relation, according to which every phenomenon has its cause in preceding phenomena, and its ... by insisting on the great importance of psychology as opposed to the older metaphysical method, and by his recognition of the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_William_Hamilton,_9th_Baronet
*  The Human Genome Project (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
... between formal and efficient causation and the accompanying metaphysical preferences for form over matter and mind over body ... As Lewontin argued in his classic paper on heritability, it is impossible to infer causal relations from the analysis of ... 1. Brief History of the Human Genome Project. *2. Philosophy and the Human Genome Project *2.1 Conceptual Foundations of the ... American Society of Human Genetics Board of Directors, 1992, "Statement of the American Society of Human Genetics on Cystic ...
  https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/human-genome/
*  Frontiers | Methodological Problems on the Way to Integrative Human Neuroscience | Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience
We neither discuss ontological questions (e.g., the nature of the mind) nor review data, except when it is necessary to ... that core disciplines of neuroscience can be integrated using systemic concepts that also entail human-environment relations. ... We neither discuss ontological questions (e.g., the nature of the mind) nor review data, except when it is necessary to ... The discussion is aimed at the development of an explicit methodology of integrative human neuroscience, which will not only ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnint.2016.00041/full
*  Functionalism (philosophy of mind) - Wikipedia
... with the proper causal relations between inputs and outputs, the system will be a real mind, with mental states, consciousness ... Previous attempts to answer the mind-body problem have all tried to resolve it by answering both questions: dualism says there ... "the state with the causal role x". The referent of the description in humans is a type of brain state to be determined by ... Functionalism is fundamentally what Ned Block has called a broadly metaphysical thesis as opposed to a narrowly ontological one ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Functionalism_(philosophy_of_mind)
*  Materialism | philosophy | Britannica.com
The word materialism has been used in modern times to refer to a family of metaphysical ... including facts about the human mind and will and the course of human history) are causally dependent upon physical processes, ... including facts about the human mind and will and the course of human history) are causally dependent upon physical processes, ... Since mental entities, such as pains, are defined in commonsense psychology in terms of their causal roles (in relation to ...
  https://www.britannica.com/topic/materialism-philosophy
*  List of unsolved problems in philosophy - Wikipedia
Mind-body problem[edit]. The mind-body problem is the problem of determining the relationship between the human body and the ... However, '1+1=2' is true regardless of the content of the antecedent; a causal or meaningful relation is not required. The ... "metaphysical" systems on the other'. Popper attributes this problem to Kant. Although Popper mentions mathematics and logic, ... The problem therein is to establish how the mind and body communicate in a dualistic framework. Neurobiology and emergence have ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unsolved_problems_in_philosophy
*  Aristotle-functionalist
... relation posited between body and mind is "more intimate" (p. 132) than the simple causal relation proposed by Descartes. His ... take a human body, combine it with the "form" of life and you have a living human. In this case, the term "form" has to do ... "mind" very exactly) is but a special case of a larger metaphysical position. To put things perhaps more concretely, dualism has ... Feigl, H. (1970). Mind-body, not a pseudo-problem. In C. V. Borst (Ed.), The mind-brain identity theory (pp. 33-42). London: ...
  http://www.yorku.ca/christo/papers/Aristotle-functionalist.htm
*  Outline of philosophy - Wikipedia
... as well as the basic categories of being and their relations. Philosophy of mind - studies the nature of the mind, mental ... Philosophy of action - theories about the processes causing willful human bodily movements of a more or less complex kind. This ... Metaphysics replaces the unargued assumptions embodied in such a conception with a rational and organized body of beliefs about ... Anarchism Authoritarianism Conservatism Liberalism Libertarianism Social democracy Socialism Philosophy of language Causal ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outline_of_philosophy
*  David Hume - Wikipedia
This leads Hume to the third branch of causal inference, Belief. Belief is what drives the human mind to hold that expectancy ... In other words, the mind must already possess a unity that cannot be generated, or constituted, by these relations alone. Since ... is confined to the mind's ability to recombine the information it has already acquired from the body's sensory experience (the ... a form of anti-metaphysical empiricism. According to the logical positivists, unless a statement could be verified by ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Hume
*  George Berkeley facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about George Berkeley
... later generalized in his Principles of Human Knowledge (1710), that visual ideas are in our minds. Given his general doctrine ... The body of the book consists, on the one hand, of a discussion of contemporary chemical theory and, on the other, of a ... Since they stand in an accusative relation to a perceiver, the ideas are held to be inactive; this is the doctrine of ... As a result, causal explanation cannot be reducible to the "action" of any phenomenalagents, be they "attraction" or " ...
  https://www.encyclopedia.com/people/philosophy-and-religion/philosophy-biographies/george-berkeley
*  On Human Persons // Reviews // Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews // University of Notre Dame
However, I don't see how the relation between a person and her body and between a statue and its "body" can be the same, as ... Thus, Animalism is at odds not only with any form of mind-body dualism, a doctrine nobody in the present volume defends anyway ... Again, such an apparently clear distinction between conceptual and metaphysical or ontological questions might pose more ... but there is nothing in the nature of the causal processes we know … that speaks against the existence of such entities." Thus ...
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*  Kant's Philosophical Development (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
... humans are unqualified parts of nature; mind and body are energetic interacting presences; rationality depends on matter; ... Now he would explore the cognitive access to dynamic interactivity and the causal structure of human integration into nature. ... It cannot even be a basic principle of identity (a = a). Interaction is a relation of distinct items that grip one another-if ... As the title of the New Elucidation of the Principles of Metaphysical Cognition indicates, it is a new attempt to clarify the ...
  https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/kant-development/index.html
*  Glossary of philosophy - Wikipedia
Philosophy is the pursuit of wisdom, spans the nature of the universe and human nature (of the mind and the body), the ... In other words, the causal relations go only one way, from physical to mental. In recent times it is usually considered a type ... Necessitarianism a metaphysical principle that denies that any facts or events are contingent or indeterminate, from human ... Two examples are the attribution of a human body or of human qualities generally to God (or the gods), and creating imaginary ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_philosophy
*  Free will - Wikipedia
... consideration of the relation between mind (for example, consciousness, memory, and judgment) and body (for example, the human ... Some non-causal explanations involve invoking panpsychism, the theory that a quality of mind is associated with all particles, ... Secondarily, metaphysical libertarian free will must assert influence on physical reality, and where mind is responsible for ... Thomas Reid (January 2012). Essays on the Active Powers of the Human Mind; An Inquiry Into the Human Mind on the Principles of ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_will
*  11. Survival Theories and Speculations | spr.ac.uk
The causal relationship between human history and human psychological necessity is also discussed. apparitions/hallucinations/ ... BODY, MIND AND SOUL, Journal 50, 1979-80, pp. 238-43. Attempts to find an alternative to conventional monist-or-dualist ... Metaphysical reflections and speculations. psi/survival/theory. Leaf, Walter. MR PETROVO-SOLOVOVO ON SPIRITISM, Proceedings 19 ... 317-21. Discussion of multi-dimensional ideas of matter and consciousness, in relation to survival of death. survival/physics/ ...
  https://www.spr.ac.uk/node/6074
*  Structural Coupling of of Hermaphrodism and the Androgynous | Unquiet mind of a Transdisciplinary Scholar
Herculine, before Sexing the Body, raises the question of the proximity of relations between the psychological and the ... wiring and connections made within the human mind (I find the corpus callosum useful for situating a discourse of ambivalence ... between a biological hermaphrodite and a metaphysical androgynous mind. However, I do not intend to conflate these two very ... distinct entities, nor am I interested in analyzing the causal morphology of gonadal dysgenesis, except in relation to the ...
  https://scandalousthoughts.wordpress.com/2009/10/19/structural-coupling-of-of-hermaphrodism-and-the-androgynous/
*  reud. A Study in Bourgeois Psychologys, Studies in a Dying Culture VII by Christopher Caudwell 1938
This may sound metaphysical, and yet in the human body we see it given a 'crude' and material physiological basis. Everything ... whether or no it exhibits in a causal manner the inner relations of the phenomena. Of course such explanations break down ... and now introjected by Freud into the human mind. It represents a real struggle but in terms of a Western bourgeois myth. ... either it is impossible to find the causal connexion in the change of the human psyche, or else one accepts the human psyche as ...
  https://www.marxists.org/archive/caudwell/1938/studies/ch07.htm
*  Mind-body dualism - Wikipedia
However, physicalists object that no evidence exists for the causal non-closure of the human body. Robin Collins responds that ... Take a very simple causal relation, such as when a cue ball strikes an eight ball and causes it to go into the pocket. What ... argument for the subsistence and incorruptibility of the intellectual soul takes its point of departure from the metaphysical ... Mind-body dualism, or mind-body duality, is a view in the philosophy of mind that mental phenomena are, in some respects, non- ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind%E2%80%93body_dualism
*  Gilbert Ryle (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
... are what must exist if there is to be a causal explanation of the intelligent behaviour of human bodies; and minds, as the ... the mind-body problem no longer involves construing the mind as an independent substance. But working out the relation between ... 1945, "Philosophical Arguments", originally delivered as the Inaugural Lecture as Waynflete Professor of Metaphysical ... And yet the mind and body influence each other. The view that mind and body are somehow fundamentally different or distinct, ...
  https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/ryle/
*  5. Theories and Speculations | spr.ac.uk
Topics include the mind-body relationship and where psi fits with developments in physics. Papers devoted to sceptical debates ... 267-70. Many metaphysical theories have been advanced about the relation relationship between mind and body. Considering these ... causal mechanism for ostensible precognition is then found in the direct stimulation of the central nervous system of a human ... BODY, MIND AND SOUL, Journal 50, 1979, pp. 238-43. There are three 'planes' that collectively make up reality as we know it: ...
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