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by Stuart Hampshire

Author: Stuart Hampshire
Subcategory: Philosophy
Language: English
Publisher: Princeton University Press; 1st US - 1st Printing edition (May 21, 1971)
Pages: 270 pages
Category: Politics
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Each of the fourteen essays in this volume is directed to some aspect of these two questions: What are the peculiarities of the concepts that we use to describe and to criticize the mental states and performances of human beings?

Each of the fourteen essays in this volume is directed to some aspect of these two questions: What are the peculiarities of the concepts that we use to describe and to criticize the mental states and performances of human beings? What are the peculiarities of the knowledge that we may possess of our own mental states and attitudes and of the mental states and attitudes of others? Each of us is both a scientific student of others' beliefs.

Freedom of Mind and Other Essays. The center of the freedom-of-mind problem, Professor Hampshire asserts, is the confusion that arises when we try to reconcile the explanations that we would give of the same mental state or process from the two different points of view. Originally published in 1971.

Freedom of mind, and other essays. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

He was head of the literary panel of the Arts Council for many years. Freedom of mind, and other essays.

Subjunctive conditionals. Multiply general sentences. Fallacies in moral philosophy. Ethics: A defense of Aristotle. Ryle's the Concept of mind. The analogy of feeling

Subjunctive conditionals. The analogy of feeling. On referring and intending. Feeling and expression. Disposition and memory. Spinoza and the. Idea of freedom. A kind of materialism. Sincerity and single-mindedness.

The center of the freedom-of-mind problem, Professor Hampshire asserts, is the confusion that arises when we try to reconcile the explanations that we would give of the same mental state or process from the two different points of view.

And other essays by stuart hampshire. LCC 70-137409 ISBN 0-691-07176-4 This book has been composed in Linotype Caledonia Printed in the United States of America by Princeton University Press, Princeton, Ne. Princeton university press princeton, n j. 1971. LCC 70-137409 ISBN 0-691-07176-4. STUART HAMPSHIRE has spent most of his academic career at Oxford University, where he was elected Fellow of All Souls College in the year he completed his undergraduate studies. During World War II he spent five years in the British Army and an additional two years in the Foreign Service. This book has been composed in Linotype Caledonia Printed in the United States of America by Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey. Unauthenticated Download Date 11/19/19 2:53 AM.

Freedom of Mind and Other Essays", 1971.

He was held in high esteem in British society. He was head of the literary panel of the Arts Council for many years. Freedom of Mind and Other Essays", 1971. "Knowledge and the Future" (Gwilym James Memorial Lecture), 1976. "Two Theories of Morality" (Thank-offering to Britain Fund Lecture), 1977.

Each of the fourteen essays in this volume is directed to some aspect of these two questions: What are the peculiarities of the concepts that we use to describe and to criticize the mental states and performances of human beings? What are the peculiarities of the knowledge that we may possess of our own mental states and attitudes and of the mental states and attitudes of others? Each of us is both a scientific student of others' beliefs, desires, and attitudes and the responsible author of his own beliefs and attitudes. The center of the freedom-of-mind problem, Professor Hampshire asserts, is the confusion that arises when we try to reconcile the explanations that we would give of the same mental state or process from the two different points of view.

Originally published in 1971.

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