Collingwood and the Metaphysics of Experience [NOOK Book]

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Collingwood and the Metaphysics of Experience re-visits Collingwood's body of work and locates it in the context of the fundamental problems of philosophy and shows that Collingwood is both an influential and key philosophical figure of the twentieth century.
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Overview

Collingwood and the Metaphysics of Experience re-visits Collingwood's body of work and locates it in the context of the fundamental problems of philosophy and shows that Collingwood is both an influential and key philosophical figure of the twentieth century.
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'The book is a beautifully written, well-argued and controversial contribution to some fundamental debates in Collingwood scholarship. It locates and connects Collingwood's work in relation to key issues of twentieth century philosophy and convincingly makes the case for his continuing philosophical relevance.' - The Philosopher's Magazine

'A close reading of Collingwood through the foil of Kantian philosophy ... a remarkable book.' - Colloquy

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Meet the Author

Giusseppina D'Oro is lecturer in philosophy at the University of Keele.
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Table of Contents

Preface
List of abbreviations
Introduction 1
1 Collingwood and the metaphysics of experience 9
2 The Kantian heritage of Collingwood's descriptive metaphysics 24
3 Collingwood and the realism/anti-realism debate 37
4 Collingwood's anti-naturalism 53
5 Collingwood's 'rehabilitation' of the ontological proof 67
6 Collingwood and the radical conversion hypothesis 79
7 Collingwood and the project of naturalised epistemology 88
8 The Idea of History as a branch of descriptive metaphysics 103
9 Collingwood's philosophy of mind and action 125
10 Conclusion: Collingwood and the nature of philosophical knowledge 140
Notes 144
Bibliography 165
Index 172
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