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Locke's metaphysics, Matthew Stuart

Label
Locke's metaphysics
Title
Locke's metaphysics
Statement of responsibility
Matthew Stuart
Creator
Author
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Matthew Stuart offers a fresh interpretation of John Locke's 'Essay Concerning Human Understanding', arguing for the work's profound contribution to metaphysics. He presents new readings of Locke's accounts of personal identity and the primary/secondary quality distinction, and explores Locke's case against materialism and his philosophy of action
Cataloging source
BTCTA
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Stuart, Matthew
Index
index present
LC call number
B1298.M48
LC item number
S78 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Locke, John
  • Locke, John
  • Philosophy, English
  • Metaphysics
  • Metaphysik
  • Metaphysics
  • Philosophy, English
Label
Locke's metaphysics, Matthew Stuart
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 493-506) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Categories -- Qualities -- Secondary qualities -- Essence -- Substratum -- Mind and matter -- Identity -- Persons -- Agency: the first edition -- Agency: the revised account
  • section 4.
  • section 46.
  • Essence and identity
  • section 47.
  • Annihilation
  • [Part 8]: Persons
  • section 48.
  • Introducing persons
  • section 49.
  • Persons and substances
  • section 50.
  • Mixed modes
  • The necessity claim
  • section 51.
  • Remembering and forgetting
  • section 52.
  • The sufficiency claim
  • section 53.
  • A fatal error?
  • section 54.
  • Assessing the simple memory theory
  • [Part 9]:
  • section 5.
  • Agency: the first edition
  • section 55.
  • Volition as preference
  • section 56.
  • The objects of volition
  • section 57.
  • Voluntary action
  • section 58.
  • Freedom and forbearance
  • section 59.
  • Relations
  • Volition and negative action
  • section 60.
  • A problem for Locke's account
  • section 61.
  • Freedom of the will
  • section 62.
  • Motivation and preference
  • [Part 10]: Agency: the revised account
  • section 63.
  • Rethinking volition
  • [Part 2]: Qualities
  • section 64.
  • Rethinking motivation
  • section 65.
  • A mistake of one word
  • section 66.
  • Suspending desire
  • section 67.
  • Suspension and indeterminism
  • section 68.
  • Suspension and freedom
  • section 6.
  • section 69.
  • Motivation and judgment
  • section 70.
  • Forbearance in the fifth edition
  • Bibliography
  • Index
  • Index locorum
  • Qualities and powers
  • section 7.
  • Qualities in the drafts
  • section 8.
  • Abbreviations and other conventions
  • Defining primary qualities
  • section 9.
  • Extension
  • section 10.
  • Solidity
  • section 11.
  • Other primary qualities
  • [Part 3]: Secondary qualities
  • section 12.
  • Two kinds of secondary qualities
  • [Part 1]: Categories
  • section 13.
  • Resemblances and bare powers
  • section 14.
  • Colors
  • section 15.
  • Degenerate powers
  • section 16.
  • Apparent colors
  • section 17.
  • Colors and pains
  • section 1.
  • section 18.
  • Transient colors
  • section 19.
  • Other powers
  • [Part 4]: Essence
  • section 20.
  • Real and nominal essences
  • section 21.
  • Relative and total real essences
  • section 22.
  • Introduction
  • Workmanship of the understanding
  • section 23.
  • Anti-essentialism
  • section 24.
  • Natural kinds
  • section 25.
  • Perfecting nominal essences
  • [Part 5]: Substratum
  • section 26.
  • The Idea of substance
  • section 2.
  • section 27.
  • Making the idea of substance
  • section 28.
  • A variety of readings
  • section 29.
  • Obscurity
  • section 30.
  • Confusedness
  • section 31.
  • Problems with the idea of substance
  • Modes
  • [Part 6]: Mind and matter
  • section 32.
  • Immaterial substances
  • section 33.
  • A case for dualism
  • section 34.
  • Thinking matter
  • section 35.
  • Arbitrary determinations
  • section 36.
  • section 3.
  • Voluntarism
  • section 37.
  • Mechanism
  • [Part 7]: Identity
  • section 38.
  • Principles of individuation
  • section 39.
  • The problem of constitution
  • section 40.
  • Matter and temporal parts
  • Substances
  • section 41.
  • Persons and their parts
  • section 42.
  • The difficulty about this relation
  • section 43.
  • Against co-location
  • section 44.
  • Women and masses
  • section 45.
  • The oak and the horse
Control code
829743936
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First edition
Extent
xvii, 522 pages
Isbn
9780191662829
Lccn
2013474241
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)829743936
Label
Locke's metaphysics, Matthew Stuart
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 493-506) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Categories -- Qualities -- Secondary qualities -- Essence -- Substratum -- Mind and matter -- Identity -- Persons -- Agency: the first edition -- Agency: the revised account
  • section 4.
  • section 46.
  • Essence and identity
  • section 47.
  • Annihilation
  • [Part 8]: Persons
  • section 48.
  • Introducing persons
  • section 49.
  • Persons and substances
  • section 50.
  • Mixed modes
  • The necessity claim
  • section 51.
  • Remembering and forgetting
  • section 52.
  • The sufficiency claim
  • section 53.
  • A fatal error?
  • section 54.
  • Assessing the simple memory theory
  • [Part 9]:
  • section 5.
  • Agency: the first edition
  • section 55.
  • Volition as preference
  • section 56.
  • The objects of volition
  • section 57.
  • Voluntary action
  • section 58.
  • Freedom and forbearance
  • section 59.
  • Relations
  • Volition and negative action
  • section 60.
  • A problem for Locke's account
  • section 61.
  • Freedom of the will
  • section 62.
  • Motivation and preference
  • [Part 10]: Agency: the revised account
  • section 63.
  • Rethinking volition
  • [Part 2]: Qualities
  • section 64.
  • Rethinking motivation
  • section 65.
  • A mistake of one word
  • section 66.
  • Suspending desire
  • section 67.
  • Suspension and indeterminism
  • section 68.
  • Suspension and freedom
  • section 6.
  • section 69.
  • Motivation and judgment
  • section 70.
  • Forbearance in the fifth edition
  • Bibliography
  • Index
  • Index locorum
  • Qualities and powers
  • section 7.
  • Qualities in the drafts
  • section 8.
  • Abbreviations and other conventions
  • Defining primary qualities
  • section 9.
  • Extension
  • section 10.
  • Solidity
  • section 11.
  • Other primary qualities
  • [Part 3]: Secondary qualities
  • section 12.
  • Two kinds of secondary qualities
  • [Part 1]: Categories
  • section 13.
  • Resemblances and bare powers
  • section 14.
  • Colors
  • section 15.
  • Degenerate powers
  • section 16.
  • Apparent colors
  • section 17.
  • Colors and pains
  • section 1.
  • section 18.
  • Transient colors
  • section 19.
  • Other powers
  • [Part 4]: Essence
  • section 20.
  • Real and nominal essences
  • section 21.
  • Relative and total real essences
  • section 22.
  • Introduction
  • Workmanship of the understanding
  • section 23.
  • Anti-essentialism
  • section 24.
  • Natural kinds
  • section 25.
  • Perfecting nominal essences
  • [Part 5]: Substratum
  • section 26.
  • The Idea of substance
  • section 2.
  • section 27.
  • Making the idea of substance
  • section 28.
  • A variety of readings
  • section 29.
  • Obscurity
  • section 30.
  • Confusedness
  • section 31.
  • Problems with the idea of substance
  • Modes
  • [Part 6]: Mind and matter
  • section 32.
  • Immaterial substances
  • section 33.
  • A case for dualism
  • section 34.
  • Thinking matter
  • section 35.
  • Arbitrary determinations
  • section 36.
  • section 3.
  • Voluntarism
  • section 37.
  • Mechanism
  • [Part 7]: Identity
  • section 38.
  • Principles of individuation
  • section 39.
  • The problem of constitution
  • section 40.
  • Matter and temporal parts
  • Substances
  • section 41.
  • Persons and their parts
  • section 42.
  • The difficulty about this relation
  • section 43.
  • Against co-location
  • section 44.
  • Women and masses
  • section 45.
  • The oak and the horse
Control code
829743936
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First edition
Extent
xvii, 522 pages
Isbn
9780191662829
Lccn
2013474241
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)829743936

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