Fundamentals of Philosophy
Fundamentals of Philosophy is a comprehensive and accessible introduction to philosophy. Based on the well-known series of the same name, this textbook brings together specially commissioned articles by leading philosophers of philosophy's key topics.
Each chapter provides an authoritative overview of topics commonly taught at undergraduate level, focusing on the major issues that typically arise when studying the subject. Discussions are up to date and written in an engaging manner so as to provide students with the core building blocks of their degree course. Fundamentals of Philosophy is an ideal starting point for those coming to philosophy for the first time and will be a useful complement to the primary texts studied at undergraduate level. Ideally suited to novice philosophy students, it will also be of interest to those in related subjects across the humanities and social sciences.
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8 PHILOSOPHY OF MIND
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actually aesthetics analytic analytic philosophy Anselm Aquinas argued argument argument form Aristotle Aristotle’s basic belief best explanation Blackwell Cambridge causal cause century Christian claim concept concerns conﬁrm conﬁrmation Continental philosophy critical deﬁned deﬁnite descriptions Descartes difﬁcult distinction entities epistemology ethics evidence example existence experience expression fact false ﬁnd ﬁrst Frege God’s human hypothesis idea important induction inference inﬁnite instantiates interpretation knowledge Kripke language laws Leibniz London matter means medieval philosophy mental metaphysical moral Neoplatonic Nicholas of Cusa notion objects one’s Oxford University Press philosophy of language philosophy of mind physical piece of clay Plato political possible worlds predicate logic premises principle problem proper names properties proposition psychological quantiﬁers question reason reference Routledge sceptical scientiﬁc semantic value sense sentence signiﬁcant Socrates someone soul speciﬁc suppose theism theory things thought tradition trans true truth truth—value understanding valid virtue ethics