Kierkegaard: Arguments of the Philosophers, 37 Volume Set (Arguments of the Philosophers)

Kierkegaard: Arguments of the Philosophers, 37 Volume Set (Arguments of the Philosophers) By Alastair Hannay, Kierkegaard Arguments of the Philosophers Volume Set Arguments of the Philosophers This book is available either individually or as part of the specially priced Arguments of the Philosphers Collection
  • Title: Kierkegaard: Arguments of the Philosophers, 37 Volume Set (Arguments of the Philosophers)
  • Author: Alastair Hannay
  • ISBN: 9780415203708
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Library Binding
  • Kierkegaard: Arguments of the Philosophers, 37 Volume Set (Arguments of the Philosophers) By Alastair Hannay, This book is available either individually, or as part of the specially priced Arguments of the Philosphers Collection.
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    1. Alastair Hannay

      Alastair Hannay born 1932 is Professor emeritus at the University of Oslo Educated in Edinburgh and London, he continues the Scottish tradition of subjective idealism In Mental Images 1971 he argues that visual images, like physical portraits, resemble visible objects As a kind of sensation a mental image has material properties of its own which allow it to picture He thus contradicts Gilbert Ryle and Daniel Dennett Hannay has translated S ren Kierkegaard, and written an intellectual biography and a monograph about his philosophy Under Hannay s direction managing editor 1962 71, editor 1971 2002 , Inquiry grew into a widely read philosophical journal In Human Consciousness 1990 , Hannay reviews contemporary theories of human consciousness while maintaining a characteristic conservatism Hannay argues that consciousness and the first person point of view cannot be analysed or displaced by scientific materialism, nor can they be explained functionally, a view close to that of Thomas Reid, William Hamilton, and Ferrier.

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