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Descartes
Spinoza
Leibniz
Locke
Berkeley
Hume
Kant

 

412 Syllabus, Spring 2016

Paper Topics 4


Notes

The Aristotelian Conception of Substance

Descartes' Dualism

Descartes

Descartes' Life and Works - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP)

Descartes' Epistemology - SEP

Descartes' Modal Metaphysics - SEP

Descartes' Ontological Argument - SEP

Descartes and the Pineal Gland - SEP

Descartes - Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy

 

Spinoza

Spinoza - SEP

 

Leibniz

Leibniz's Modal Metaphysics - SEP

Leibniz's Philosophy of Mind - SEP

Identity of Indiscernibles - SEP

Leibniz on Causation - SEP

Absolute and Relational Theories of Space and Motion - SEP

 

Locke

Locke - SEP

Locke (personal identity supplement) - SEP

 

Berkeley

Berkeley - SEP

 

Hume

Hume - SEP

 

Reid


Reid Inquiry, Chapter 6, Sec. 20 ("Perception in General"), pp. 100 - 105.

Reid Essay Four, Chapter 1, Conception in General.

Reid Essay Two, Chapter 14 ("Thoughts about the Common Theory of Ideas"), pp. 86 - 95 and Chapter 17 ("Objects of Perception, Starting with Primary and Secondary Qualities"), pp. 100 - 106

Reid - SEP

 

Kant

Kant's Critique of Metaphysics - SEP

Kant and Hume on Causality - SEP

"Trials and Errors" - Wired

Kant and Leibniz - SEP

Kant's Philosophical Development - SEP

Kant's Philosophy of Science - SEP

Kant's View of the Mind and Consciousness of Self - SEP

Peirce

Peirce on Fraser's  Works of Berkeley

Misc

Bennett's Early Modern Texts


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