Experience, Existence and the Good: Essays in Honor of Paul Weiss

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Experience, Existence, and The Good
Essays in Honor of Paul Weiss

EDITED BY Irwin C. Lieb

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY PRESSCARBONDALE

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Experience, Existence and the Good: Essays in Honor of Paul Weiss
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Experience 1
  • I - Experience and Speculation 3
  • 2 - Experience and Philosophy 25
  • 3 Creativity and Otherness 39
  • 4 - Love and Metaphysics 49
  • 5 - Purposes and Words 69
  • 6 - Man in Nature 89
  • 7 - The Limits of Reductionism 100
  • Existence 117
  • 9 - The Elusive Nature of the Past 126
  • 10 - Causality and Time 143
  • 11 - Is the Word Reality Meaningful? 158
  • 12 - Time and Action 169
  • 13 - Existence and Being 178
  • The Good 213
  • 16 - The Objectivist View of Human Freedom a Criticism 230
  • 17 - Is There a Primacy of Practical Reason? 247
  • 18 - The Analysis of the Good in Kierkegaard's Purity of Heart 260
  • 19 - The Criterion of the Good and the Right 275
  • 20 - The Metaphysics of Liberty 285
  • Publications by Paul Weiss 297
  • Index 303
  • Index 305
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