Mind, Values, And Metaphysics: Philosophical Essays In Honor Of Kevin Mulligan - Volume 1 by Anne ReboulMind, Values, And Metaphysics: Philosophical Essays In Honor Of Kevin Mulligan - Volume 1 by Anne Reboul

Mind, Values, And Metaphysics: Philosophical Essays In Honor Of Kevin Mulligan - Volume 1

byAnne Reboul

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This book addresses five main topics of metaphysics in its first section: formal objects and truth-makers; tropes; properties and predicates; varieties of relations; and the notion of explanation in metaphysics. The second part of this volume focuses on the history of philosophy with an emphasis on Austrian philosophy: the ideas of Bolzano, Wittgenstein, Locke and Bergson, amongst others, are explored in the papers presented here.

This is the first volume in a two-volume set that originates from papers presented to Professor Kevin Mulligan, covering the subjects that he contributed to during his career including ontology, mind and value, history and philosophy of mind and philosophy of language. This volume contains thirty two chapters, written by researchers from across Europe, North America and North Africa.

These papers cover topics in metaphysics ranging from Lehrer and Tolliver's discussion of truth and tropes, to Johansson's defence of the distinction between thick and thin relations and Persson and Sahlin's presentation of the difficulties inherent in applying the concept of explanation in metaphysics.

Papers on the history of philosophy include a look at Bolzano's formative years and his conception of mathematics. De Libera examines Brentano's adverbial theory of judgment and Fisette traces the history of the Philosophical Society of the University of Vienna in the late 19th and early 20th century. Marion contests the trendy pragmatist accounts that lump Wittgenstein and Heidegger together and there are analyses of Locke and Bergson's work, amongst the many papers presented here.

This volume contains three chapters in French and one in Spanish. The second volume of this set looks at ethics, values and emotions, epistemology, perception and consciousness, as well as philosophy of mind and philosophy of language.

Anne Reboul is senior researcher at the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) in a laboratory in Lyons. She has a Ph.D. in Language Sciences as well as a Ph.D. in Philosophy. She has been mainly interested in philosophy of language and philosophy of mind and more specifically in pragmatics, semantics and their interface. She h...
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Title:Mind, Values, And Metaphysics: Philosophical Essays In Honor Of Kevin Mulligan - Volume 1Format:PaperbackDimensions:536 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 1.73 inPublished:September 10, 2016Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Dedication: K.M.: Tollendo Tollens; A. Garcia.- Introduction; A. Reboul.- Part 1. Metaphysics.- Formal objects and the argument from knowledge; J. Leech.- The naming of facts and the methodology of language-based metaphysics; A. Betti.- The truth on predicates and connectives; J. Stern.- Truth-makers and convention T; J. Wolenski.- From grounding to truth-making: some thoughts; F. Correia.- Fundamental ontology and ontology of epistemic processes; P. Livet.- Truth and Tropes; K. Lehrer & J. Tolliver.- The facts of tropes; H. Hochberg.- The transcendental metaphysics of G.F. Stout: A Defence and Elaboration of Trope Theory; F. Mac Bride.- Two problems for resemblance nominalism; A. Bottani.- Counting the colours; B. Schnieder.- Predication; P. Leonardi.-Temporal parts and spatial location; D. Costa.- Internal, formal and thin relations; F. Clementz.- All relations are internal - the New Version; I. Johansson.- Connectives, prenectives and dishonoured cheques of metaphysical explanations; P. Blum.- Because; A. Varzi.- Why metaphysicians do not explain; I. Brinck, G. Hermerén, J. Persson & N-E. Sahlin.- Science and metaphysics: the case of quantum physics; M. Esfeld.- Part 2. History of philosophy.- Bolzano's Lehrjahre; J. Sebestik.-Bolzano versus Kant: Mathematics as Scientia Universalis; P. Cantù.- Le direct et l'oblique: sur quelques aspects antiques et médiévaux de la théorie brentanienne des relatifs; A. de Libera.- Austrian philosophy and its institutions: Remarks on the Philosophical Society of the University of Vienna (1888-1938); D. Fisette.- La noción de valor en la filosofía de Meinong; I. Vendrell Ferran.- Austrian and Hungarian philosophy: On the logic of Wittgenstein and Pauler; B. Smith.- Winnowing Wittgenstein: what's worth salvaging from the wreck of the Tractatus; P. Simons.- Wittgenstein, ses prédécesseurs et ses contemporains; M. Ouelbani.- Wittgenstein on Heidegger and cosmic emotions; M. Marion.- Le dogme de la vérité selon Parménide: le voir peut être factif sans être vérace, et "dicible" n'est pas véridictionnel; J-M. Monnoyer.- The mind-body problem in Husserl and Merleau-Ponty; R. Lanfredini.- Locke and the problem of weakness of the will; R. Glauser.- Bergson, truth-making, and the retrograde movement of the true; D. Schulthess.