Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame Press, c1994.
484 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Direct Realism Without Materialism, Panayot Butchvarov-- Naturalism and Realism, Frederic Sommers-- Naturalism - Both Metaphysical and Epistemiological, Hilary Kornblith-- Can Propositions Be Naturalistically Acceptable? Jeffrey C. King-- Autonomy Naturalised, Marina A.L. Oshana-- Autonomy Reconsidered, Sara Buss-- Naturalism and the Problem of Intentionality, Michael Tye-- Emotions and Ethical Knowledge - Some Naturalistic Connections, Michael Stocker-- Intentionality and Naturalism, Stephen P. Stich and Stephen Laurence-- What Is A Mind?, Arnold Zuboff-- Animal Minds, John R. Searle-- Some Remarks on Logical Truth - Human Nature and Romanticism, Richard Eldridge-- Quine and Naturalised Epistemiology, Richard Foley-- Quine's Naturalism, Peter Hylton-- Against Naturalised Epistemiology, Laurence BonJour-- Naturalistic Epistemiology and Reliabilism, Alvin I. Goldman-- Skepticism and Naturalistic Epistemiology, Richard Fumerton-- Epistemiology Naturalised and "Epistemiology Naturalised", Richard E. Grandy-- Epistemiology Denatured, Mark Kaplan-- Kripke on Wittgenstein and Normativity, George M. Wilson-- Are Our Logical and Mathematical Concepts Highly Indeterminate?, Hartry Field-- Responsibility and History, John Martin Fischer-- Voluntary Motion, Biological Computation and Free Will, Partick Suppes-- If You Can't Make One, You Don't Know How It Works, Fred Dretske.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
In recent years naturalism has become a focal point in the discussions of many contemporary philosophers. "Philosophical Naturalism" in the series "Midwest Studies in Philosophy" offers a broad sampling of previously unpublished essays that represent the current status of discussions of naturalism. (source: Nielsen Book Data)