Locke, Berkeley, Kant - From a Naturalistic Point of View. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged.

Locke, Berkeley, Kant - From a Naturalistic Point of View. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged.

von: Yasuhiko Tomida

Georg Olms Verlag AG, 2015

ISBN: 9783487421483 , 255 Seiten

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Locke, Berkeley, Kant - From a Naturalistic Point of View. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged.


 

CONTENTS

7

PREFACE, 2012

9

PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION

13

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

14

INTRODUCTION

17

1 Davidson-Rorty Antirepresentationalism and the Logic of the Modern Theory of Ideas

19

PART ONE: LOCKE

37

2 Locke’s Representationalism without Veil

39

3 The Imagist Interpretation of Locke Revisited: A Reply to Ayers

64

4 Sensation and Conceptual Grasp in Locke

80

5 ‘Separation’ of Ideas Reconsidered: A Response to Jonathan Walmsley

105

PART TWO: BERKELEY

121

6 Locke, Berkeley, and the Logic of Idealism

123

7 Locke, Berkeley, and the Logic of Idealism II

136

8 The Lockian Materialist Basis of Berkeley’s Immaterialism

161

9 Ideas without Causality: One More Locke in Berkeley

177

PART THREE: KANT

191

10 Locke’s ‘Things Themselves’ and Kant’s ‘Things in Themselves’: The Naturalistic Basis of Transcendental Idealism

193

ADDENDA

213

11 Locke’s Naturalism Reconsidered: From the Viewpoint of Contemporary Microphysics

215

12 Experiential Objects and Things Themselves: Locke’s Naturalistic, Holistic Logic, Reconsidered

226

BIBLIOGRAPHY

243

INDEX

253