Structure and the Metaphysics of Mind: How Hylomorphism Solves the Mind-Body Problem

2016.09.04 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews William Jaworski, Structure and the Metaphysics of Mind: How Hylomorphism Solves the Mind-Body Problem, Oxford University Press,
2016.09.04 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews William Jaworski, Structure and the Metaphysics of Mind: How Hylomorphism Solves the Mind-Body Problem, Oxford University Press, [More]

The desire to conclude with a clear moral can lead writers to try to bring closure. This awkwardness rarely pays off, especially when the topic is <strong>marital angst</strong>

The desire to conclude with a clear moral can lead writers to try to bring closure. This awkwardness rarely pays off, especially when the topic is marital
The desire to conclude with a clear moral can lead writers to try to bring closure. This awkwardness rarely pays off, especially when the topic is marital [More]

Open plans, glass walls, communal table-desks, exposed brick: The carefully curated aesthetic of the modern office and the grim fate of the "<strong>knowledge worker</strong>"

Open plans, glass walls, communal table-desks, exposed brick: The carefully curated aesthetic of the modern office and the grim fate of the &quot;knowledge
Open plans, glass walls, communal table-desks, exposed brick: The carefully curated aesthetic of the modern office and the grim fate of the "knowledge [More]

Cognitive Pluralism

2016.09.03 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Steven Horst, Cognitive Pluralism, MIT Press, 2016, 360pp. $54.00 (hbk) ISBN 9780262034234. Reviewed by Bryce Huebner,
2016.09.03 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Steven Horst, Cognitive Pluralism, MIT Press, 2016, 360pp. $54.00 (hbk) ISBN 9780262034234. Reviewed by Bryce Huebner, [More]

Nicolaus Taurellus

[New Entry by Andreas Blank on September 6, 2016.] Nicolaus Taurellus (b. 1547 Montbeliard, d. 1606 Altdorf) is one of the early modern German philosophers who re-established metaphysics as a topic
[New Entry by Andreas Blank on September 6, 2016.] Nicolaus Taurellus (b. 1547 Montbeliard, d. 1606 Altdorf) is one of the early modern German philosophers who re-established metaphysics as a topic [More]

Metaphor

[Revised entry by David Hills on September 6, 2016. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Metaphor is a poetically or rhetorically ambitious use of words, a figurative as opposed to literal use. It
[Revised entry by David Hills on September 6, 2016. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Metaphor is a poetically or rhetorically ambitious use of words, a figurative as opposed to literal use. It [More]

Imagine a government chosen by those with knowledge of politics, economics, and policy. No more <strong>rule by the dismayingly ignorant</strong>. The appeal is clear &mdash;&nbsp;and fatal

Imagine a government chosen by those with knowledge of politics, economics, and policy. No more rule by the dismayingly ignorant. The appeal is clear &amp;mdash;&amp;nbsp;and
Imagine a government chosen by those with knowledge of politics, economics, and policy. No more rule by the dismayingly ignorant. The appeal is clear — and [More]

Imagine a government chosen by those with knowledge of politics, economics, and policy. No more <strong>rule by the dismayingly ignorant</strong>. The appeal is clear - and fatal

Imagine a government chosen by those with knowledge of politics, economics, and policy. No more rule by the dismayingly ignorant. The appeal is clear - and
Imagine a government chosen by those with knowledge of politics, economics, and policy. No more rule by the dismayingly ignorant. The appeal is clear - and [More]

"<strong>The <strong>Grand Decoration</strong></strong>," Monet's multipart installation project, preoccupied the last decade of his life. It was a period of vacillation, self-doubt, and selfishness

&quot;The Grand Decoration,&quot; Monet&#39;s multipart installation project, preoccupied the last decade of his life. It was a period of vacillation, self-doubt, and
"The Grand Decoration," Monet's multipart installation project, preoccupied the last decade of his life. It was a period of vacillation, self-doubt, and [More]

Estimates of <strong>executions under Lenin and Stalin</strong> suggest an average of more than 10,000 per week. We've never come to terms with the cause and consequence of those killings

Estimates of executions under Lenin and Stalin suggest an average of more than 10,000 per week. We&#39;ve never come to terms with the cause and consequence of those
Estimates of executions under Lenin and Stalin suggest an average of more than 10,000 per week. We've never come to terms with the cause and consequence of those [More]