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Lateral And Vertical Structures Of Politics: Psychological Movement And Principles Of The Natural Sciences. (Work In Progress), Editor Jul 2000

Lateral And Vertical Structures Of Politics: Psychological Movement And Principles Of The Natural Sciences. (Work In Progress), Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article discusses Dr. Ji-Young Kim's theory of mind, and the political implications of it.


Bernard Lonergan On A Catholic Liberal Arts Education, Richard Liddy Jun 2000

Bernard Lonergan On A Catholic Liberal Arts Education, Richard Liddy

Department of Religion Publications

No abstract provided.


Bernard Lonergan On A Catholic Liberal Arts Education, Richard M. Liddy May 2000

Bernard Lonergan On A Catholic Liberal Arts Education, Richard M. Liddy

Richard M Liddy

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How Can My Mind Move My Limbs? Mental Causation From Descartes To Contemporary Physicalism, Jaegwon Kim Jan 2000

How Can My Mind Move My Limbs? Mental Causation From Descartes To Contemporary Physicalism, Jaegwon Kim

Philosophic Exchange

Mental events enter into causal relations with bodily events. The philosophical task is to explain how this is possible. Descartes’ dualism of mental and material substances ultimately founders on the impossibility of pairing mental events with physical events as causes and effects. This is what I have called “the pairing problem.” Many contemporary views also fail to explain mental causation. In the end, we are left with a dilemma. If mental phenomena are irreducible to physical phenomena, then mental phenomena lose their causal efficacy. However, if mental phenomena are reducible to physical phenomena, then casts doubt on the very existence ...


"This Is Not A Christ": Nietzsche, Foucault, And The Genealogy Of Vision, Gary Shapiro Jan 2000

"This Is Not A Christ": Nietzsche, Foucault, And The Genealogy Of Vision, Gary Shapiro

Philosophy Faculty Publications

There is nothing surprising about linking the names of Nietzsche and Foucault, something that Foucault himself frequently did. We know that the practices of archaeology and genealogy owe much to On the Genealogy of Morals; and in The Order of Things Foucault celebrates Nietzsche for being able to look beyond the epoch of "man and his doubles,'' thinking of the Obermensch as designating that which is beyond man, and for serving, along with Mallarme, as one of the prophets of the hegemony of language in the emerging episteme of the postmodern world. Here I want to focus on other affinities ...


Relationships And Universal Energy Laws, Carroy U. Ferguson Dec 1999

Relationships And Universal Energy Laws, Carroy U. Ferguson

Carroy U "Cuf" Ferguson, Ph.D.

Relationships are our most intense forms of "mirrors" in the world. They show us in direct and indirect ways how we are using our personal energy systems in what I call our three life spaces. They show us how we consciously and unconsciously employ what some authors have called Universal Energy Laws (see attached descriptions of these laws) to co-create the quality of our relationships. Whether or not we "attract" and/or deal with relationships in conscious or subconscious ways, what I call the "mirror effect" is reflected in our three life spaces—personal life space, societal life space, and ...