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Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Philosophy. Contents: Introduction: Idealism, metaphysics and community in the 20th century, William Sweet; Idealism: Primus inter pares: . Stove among the idealists, Hugo Meynell; .
Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Philosophy. Bradley's absolute, or rationality transmuted, Lee F. Werth; Bradley and Green on relations, . Bradley on conflict of interest, Don MacNiven; . Bradley's metaphysics of feeling and the theory.
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Series: Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Philosophy. I had to read this book for my graduate school metaphysics course and it was quite literally one of the best books I've ever read. It is scholarly enough to be appropriate as a part of a graduate school course, but written clearly enough to be appropriate for an undergraduate course as well.
Metaphysics and Epistemology. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002) (Ashgate Studies in Philosophy and Theology in Late Antiquity).
Examining the ontological nature of social groups and the way in which groups are and should be regarded within moral deliberation, this book makes an original contribution to the field of social philosophy. Tackling a fundamental metaphysical question that has either been ignored or unsatisfactorily addressed: 'what kind of thing is a social group?', Sheehy argues for an ontological realism of groups and then goes on to discuss the practical and moral question of whether groups can be regarded as the bearers of moral status, rights and moral judgements.
Idealism, Metaphysics and Community. This title was first published in 2001
Idealism, Metaphysics and Community. Publisher: Routledge. Idealism, Metaphysics and Community examines the place of idealism in contemporary philosophy, and its relation to problems of metaphysics, political thought, and the study of the history of philosophy.
Sweet studied political science, theology, and philosophy in Canada, France, and Germany. Idealism, Metaphysics, and Community (2001). He completed a DEA in political science at the Sorbonne at the Université de Paris (with Luc Ferry), a PhD in philosophy at the University of Ottawa, and a . h. at the Université Saint-Paul. He also studied at Carleton University, the University of Manitoba, the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, and the Centre Sèvres, (Faculté de Théologie de la Compagnie de Jésus, Paris). British Idealism and Aesthetics (2001).
This volume collects seventeen new essays by well-established and junior scholars on the philosophical relevance of metaxological philosophy and its main proponent, William Desmond. The volume mines metaxological thought for its salience in contemporary discussions in Continental philosophy, specifically in the fields of metaphysics, philosophy of religion, ethics, and aesthetics. Among others, topics under discussion include the goodness of being, the existence and nature of God, and the aesthetic dimensions of human becoming.
Young posits the idea of 'freedom in community' and traces its origin back to Aristotle. Taking as his premise that humans are deeply social beings who live their lives intricately interwoven with each other, he examines what type of political community is relevant for us in this post-Classical, post-Enlightenment and, indeed, post-Existential world.