Blackwell Companions to Philospohy: The Blackwell Companion to Naturalism

Editor: Clark, Kelly James
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: Wiley

Single-User Purchase Price: $195.00
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ISBN: 978-1-11-865760-7
Category: Philosophy
Book Status: Available
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The Blackwell Companion to Naturalism provides a systematic introduction to philosophical naturalism and its relation to other schools of thought.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Contributors
  • Preface
  • Naturalism and its Discontents
  • Naturalizing Ethics
  • Naturalism in the Continental Tradition
  • The Naturalism Question in Feminism
  • On Naturalistic Metaphysics
  • Naturalism and Realism in the Philosophy Science
  • Naturalism without Scientism
  • “The Horrid Doubt”: Naturalism and Evolutionary Biology
  • Naturalism and Antinaturalism in the Sociology of Science
  • Why Methodological Naturalism?
  • Naturalism and the Question of Realism
  • Non-Naturalistic Metaphysics
  • Naturalism and Physicalism
  • Natural Mind
  • Naturalism and Dualism
  • Epistemological Naturalisms
  • Dewey, Naturalism, and the Problem of Knowledge
  • Truth and Naturalism
  • Against Naturalism about Truth
  • Mathematics and Metaphysical Naturalism
  • Naturalism and Mathematics: Some Problems
  • Naturalism and Free Will
  • Free Will and Naturalism: How to Be a Libertarian, and a Naturalist Too
  • Does the New Wave in Moral Psychology Sink Kant?
  • Naturalism in Metaethics
  • Evolution and Moral Naturalism
  • Scientific Naturalism and the Explanation of Moral Beliefs: Challenging Evolutionary Debunking
  • What's to be Said for Moral Non-Naturalism?
  • Naturalism and Moral Psychology
  • Militant Modern Atheism
  • Why Naturalism Cannot Account for Natural Human Rights
  • Cognitive and Evolutionary Approaches to Religion
  • The Naturalness of Religious Belief: Epistemological Implications
  • Naturalism in Indian Philosophy
  • The Natural History of Shame and its Modification by Confucian Culture