De Anima

De Anima

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by Aristotle
     
 

In De Anima, Aristotle seeks to uncover what separates the living from the dead. He steers a course between two extremes, with all of reality as nothing more than atoms on one side and the mind as independent from the body on the other side. Ultimately, he invents a third kind of position that views mental phenomena to be thoroughly dependent on, though notSee more details below

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In De Anima, Aristotle seeks to uncover what separates the living from the dead. He steers a course between two extremes, with all of reality as nothing more than atoms on one side and the mind as independent from the body on the other side. Ultimately, he invents a third kind of position that views mental phenomena to be thoroughly dependent on, though not reducible to, physical events.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781605204338
Publisher:
Cosimo
Publication date:
12/01/2008
Pages:
108
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.38(d)

Table of Contents

De Anima (On the Soul)Foreword

Introduction
I. Entelechism
II. The Life of Aristotle
III. The Philosophical Background
IV. The Development and Scope of Entelechism
V. Perception, Imagination and Desire
VI. Intellect
VII. Entelechism in the Modern Debate
VIII. Conclusion
IX. The Translation
Glossary

On the Soul

Book I

The Traditional Background

Chapter One: The Scope of the Work
Chapter Two: Some Earlier Theories
Chapter Three: Comments on Earlier Views I
Chapter Four: Comments on Earlier Views II
Chapter Five: General Remarks

Book II

The Nature of the Soul
Chapter One: Soul as Form
Chapter Two: The Psychic Hierarchy I
Chapter Three: The Psychic Hierarchy II
Nutrition
Chapter Four: Methodological Remarks; Nutrition
Sense-perception
Chapter Five: Sensation
Chapter Six: The Types of Sense-object
Chapter Seven: Sight
Chapter Eight: Hearing
Chapter Nine: Smell
Chapter Ten: Taste
Chapter Eleven: Touch
Chapter Twelve: Perception as the Reception of Form without Matter

Book III

Sense-perception

Chapter One: General Problems of Perception I
Chapter Two: General Problems of Perception II
Imagination
Chapter Three: Imagination
Intellect
Chapter Four: Intellect
Chapter Five: Intellect; Active and Passive
Chapter Six: Intellect; Simple and Complex
Chapter Seven: Appendix to Sense and Mind
Chapter Eight: SUmmary of Account of Sense-perception and Thought
Motivation
Chapter Nine: Motivation; The Division of the Soul
Chapter Ten: Motivation
Chapter Eleven: Appendix to Motivation

Appendix: Animal Survival
Chapter Thirteen: The Teleological Context I
Chapter Fourteen: The Teleological Context II

Notes
Bibliography

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