Le varietà del naturalismo
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‘Naturalism’ is a category that applies to different philosophical perspectives sharing the idea that nature is the primary object of philosophical enquiry. However, the philosophical debate of the second half of the twentieth century, mainly within analytical philosophy, has led towards an identification of naturalism with the sole scientific naturalism. The volume contains the proceedings of a doctoral workshop, in which PhD students and professors of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne critically discussed this tendency. The contributions present some versions of naturalism, from ancient to contemporary philosophy, with the aim of showing how a naturalistic approach, together with some notions it implies (i.e. nature, habits, disposition, behaviour), may constitute valid categories of interpretation of reality out of a scientist paradigm.
Published: July 27, 2019
Language: it, en, frISBN (print): 978-88-6969-326-7
Keywords: Sou. Aristotle. Epistemological naturalism. Second philosophy. Haturalism. Human nature. Will. Ontological naturalism. Nature. Consciousness. Personal identity. Disposition. Change. Nature. Physical pains. Fear. Theory of knowledge. Dewey. Uni-directionality. Human nature. Past. Ethics. Sensible affections. Medieval philosophy. Cartesianism. Consciousness. Epicureanism. Scepticism. Political epistemology. Self. Seneca. Naturalization. Virtue. Nick Enfield. Fear. Laws. Naturalization. Human sociality. Naturalism. Culture and mind. Theory of knowledge.Language. Emergentism. Method. nurture. Habits. Diogenes of Oinoanda. Soul and body unity. Nicomachean Ethics. Physical pains. Spinoza. Disposition. David Hume. Past. Political philosophy. Metaphilosophy. Cosmopolitanism. Political epistemology. Emergentism. Language. Mind. Medieval philosophy. Dualism. Citizen of the world. Continuism. Justice. Sensible affections. God. Mind. Method. Scepticism. Nature vs. Continuism. Wittgenstein. Stoicism. Language and cognition. Self.