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The Cambridge Companion to Common-Sense Philosophy

(Cambridge Companions to Philosophy)

Peels, Rik (EDT)   Van Woudenberg, Ren (EDT)

Cambridge Univ Pr 2020/11
375 p.   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781108469364
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KCN: 1039923867
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Containing fifteen newly commissioned chapters from leading experts in the history of philosophy, epistemology, the philosophy of science, moral philosophy and metaphysics, this Companion offers an exploration of common-sense philosophy in its many forms, tracing its development as a concept and considering the roles it has been assigned to play throughout the history of philosophy.

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This Companion offers a comprehensive exploration of the historical development and philosophical importance of common-sense philosophy. It will prove an essential guide for students and scholars hoping to gain a greater understanding of the history - and enduring appeal - of using common sense to navigate complex philosophical problems.
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Table of Contents

Introduction: why common sense matters Rene van Woudenberg and Rik Peels; Part I: 1. Attitudes towards common sense in sncient Greek philosophy Richard Bett; 2. Common sense, science, and scepticism in the early modern world Stephen I. Wagner; 3. The Scottish school of common-sense philosophy Paul Wood; 4. Husserl, common sense, and the natural attitude Nicolas de Warren; 5. Moore and common sense Thomas Baldwin; 6. Common sense and ordinary language: Wittgenstein and Austin Krista Lawlor; Part II: 7. The delineation of common sense Rene van Woudenberg; 8. Common sense in metaphysics Joanna Lawson; 9. Common-sense realism Nicholas Rescher; 10. The epistemic authority of common sense Rik Peels; 11. Scepticism and certainty: Moore and Wittgenstein on common sense and philosophy Duncan Pritchard; 12. Morality and common sense Noah Lemos; 13. Common sense and ontological commitment Chris Ranalli and Jeroen de Ridder; 14. The tension between scientific knowledge and common-sense philosophy Massimo Pigliucci; 15. A scientific-realist account of common sense Orly Shenker; References; Index.