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Blackwell Companion to Substance Dualism

(Blackwell Companions to Philosophy)

Moreland, J. P.(EDT)

Wiley-Blackwell 2018/04
528 177 x 251 x   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: US
ISBN: 9781119375265
KCN: 1029880202
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Bringing together contemporary writings from top proponents and critics in a pro-contra format, The Blackwell Companion to Substance Dualism sets the stage for rigorous and lively discourse around dualist and physicalist accounts of human persons in philosophy. Chapters explore emergent, Thomistic, Cartesian, and other forms of substance dualism-broadly conceived-in dialogue with leading varieties of physicalism, including animalism, non-reductive physicalism, and constitution theory.

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A groundbreaking collection of contemporary essays from leading international scholars that provides a balanced and expert account of the resurgent debate about substance dualism and its physicalist alternatives. Substance dualism has for some time been dismissed as an archaic and defeated position in philosophy of mind, but in recent years, the topic has experienced a resurgence of scholarly interest and has been restored to contemporary prominence by a growing minority of philosophers prepared to interrogate the core principles upon which past objections and misunderstandings rest. As the first book of its kind to bring together a collection of contemporary writing from top proponents and critics in a pro-contra format, The Blackwell Companion to Substance Dualism captures this ongoing dialogue and sets the stage for rigorous and lively discourse around dualist and physicalist accounts of human persons in philosophy. Chapters explore emergent, Thomistic, Cartesian, and other forms of substance dualism--broadly conceived--in dialogue with leading varieties of physicalism, including animalism, non-reductive physicalism, and constitution theory. Loose, Menuge, and Moreland pair essays from dualist advocates with astute criticism from physicalist opponents and vice versa, highlighting points of contrast for readers in thematic sections while showcasing today's leading minds engaged in direct debate. Taken together, essays provide nuanced paths of introduction for students, and capture the imagination of professional philosophers looking to expand their understanding of the subject. Skillfully curated and in touch with contemporary science as well as analytic theology, The Blackwell Companion to Substance Dualism strikes a measured balanced between advocacy and criticism, and is a first-rate resource for researchers, scholars, and students of philosophy, theology, and neuroscience.

Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors ix 1 Introduction: Substance Dualism and Its Physicalist Rivals 1 Jonathan J. Loose, Angus J. L. Menuge, and J. P. Moreland 2 Redressing Substance Dualism 22 William G. Lycan Part I. Articulating Substance Dualism 41 3 Substance Dualism: A Defense 43 Charles Taliaferro Debating Emergent Dualism 61 4 The Case for Emergent Dualism 62 William Hasker 5 Against Emergent Dualism 73 Brandon L. Rickabaugh Debating Thomistic Dualism 87 6 Aquinas on the Human Soul 88 Edward Feser 7 In Defense of a Thomistic-like Dualism 102 J. P. Moreland 8 A Critique of Thomistic Dualism 123 William Hasker Debating Cartesian Dualism 132 9 Cartesian Substance Dualism 133 Richard Swinburne 10 Against Cartesian Dualism 152 Jaegwon Kim 11 Non-Cartesian Substance Dualism 168 E. J. Lowe Debating the Unity of Consciousness 183 12 Substance Dualism and the Unity of Consciousness 184 J. P. Moreland 13 Problems with Unity of Consciousness Arguments for Substance Dualism 208 Tim Bayne Debating Near-Death Experiences 226 14 Evidential Near-Death Experiences 227 Gary R. Habermas 15 The Phenomenology of Near-Death and Out-of-Body Experiences: No Heavenly Excursion for "Soul" 247 Michael N. Marsh 16 Why Reject Substance Dualism? 267 Ian Ravenscroft Part II. Alternatives to Substance Dualism 283 17 Why Should a Christian Embrace Materialism (about Human Persons)? 285 Kevin Corcoran Debating Animalism 296 18 For Animalism 297 Eric T. Olson 19 Against Animalism 307 Stewart Goetz Debating Nonreductive Physicalism 316 20 For Nonreductive Physicalism 317 Nancey Claire Murphy 21 Against Nonreductive Physicalism 328 Joshua Rasmussen Debating Constitutionalism 340 22 Constitutionalism: Alternative to Substance Dualism 341 Lynne Rudder Baker 23 Against Constitutionalism 351 Ross Inman Debating Emergent Individualism 368 24 For Emergent Individualism 369 Timothy O'Connor 25 Against Emergent Individualism 377 Robert C. Koons 26 Why Reject Christian Physicalism? 394 Angus J. L. Menuge Part III. Substance Dualism, Theology, and the Bible 411 Debating Biblical Anthropology 412 27 Biblical Anthropology is Holistic and Dualistic 413 John W. Cooper 28 The Strange Case of the Vanishing Soul 427 Joel B. Green Debating the Incarnation 439 29 Dualism Offers the Best Account of the Incarnation 440 Luke Van Horn 30 The Word Made Flesh: Dualism, Physicalism, and the Incarnation 452 Trenton Merricks Debating the Resurrection 469 31 Materialism Most Miserable: The Prospects for Dualist and Physicalist Accounts of Resurrection 470 Jonathan J. Loose 32 I Look for the Resurrection of the Dead and the Life of the World to Come 488 Peter van Inwagen Index 501