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The conscious mind: In search of a fundamental theory
A clutch of '-isms' characterises the approach to consciousness which David Chalmers defends: dualism, epiphenomenalism, functionalism, anti-reductionism, and -probably -panpsychism. (The authorExpand
Scientific Materialism in Nineteenth Century Germany
1. Background.- I. Ludwig Feuerbach: Father of German Materialism.- II. Reaction in the Fifties.- 2. The Scientific Materialists and their Works.- III. Karl Vogt: Sounding the Alarm.- IV. JacobExpand
Nature Lost?: Natural Science and the German Theological Traditions of the Nineteenth Century
Part I. The Historical Challenge of Religion and Science 1. Historiographical Approaches to German Religion and Science 2. The Shape of German Protestant Theology in the Nineteenth Century Part II.Expand
NEO-KANTIAN FOUNDATIONS OF GEOMETRY IN THE GERMAN ROMANTIC PERIOD
Abstract While mathematics received relatively little attention in the idealistic systems of most of the German Romantics, it served as the foundation in the thought of the Neo-KantianExpand
Hans christian Ørsted's spiritual interpretation of natural science
This paper began as something different from what it has turned out to be. I began by thinking I would try to show what aspects of Schelling’s work were influential in shaping Orsted’s understandingExpand
Science and Christianity
Correspondence and coherence in science: A brief historical perspective
This paper introduces historical aspects of the concepts correspondence and coherence with emphasis on the nineteenth century when key aspects of modern science were emerging. It is not intended toExpand
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