Mind-Body: A Pluralistic Interpretation of Mind-Body Interaction under the Guidelines of Time, Space, and Movement

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MIND-BODY

A Pluralistic Interpretation of Mind-Body Interaction Under the Guidelines of Time, Space, and Movement

Adrian C. Moulyn

Contributions in Philosophy, Number 46

GREENWOOD PRESS

New York • Westport, Connecticut • London

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  • Recent Titles in Contributions in Philosophy ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter 1 Time, Space, and Movement 9
  • Notes 22
  • Chapter 2 Causality and Purposiveness 25
  • Notes 37
  • Chapter 3 Compartmentalization and Interpenetration 41
  • Notes 48
  • Chapter 4 the Mental Triad and the Precious Present 51
  • Notes 62
  • Chapter 5 Extrospection, Introspection, Intra-Audition 65
  • Notes 74
  • Chapter 6 Two Schemas 77
  • Notes 87
  • Chapter 7 Mentation, Memory, Emotionality 89
  • Notes 100
  • Chapter 8 the Body, Evolution, Animism 103
  • Chapter 9 Mind and Body, Unity, Holism 115
  • Notes 130
  • Chapter 10 Self, Ego, Individual, Soul 133
  • Notes 150
  • Chapter 11 Ascending, Transcending, Descending 151
  • Notes 161
  • Chapter 12 Conclusion 163
  • Summary 176
  • Selected Bibliography 179
  • Author Index 185
  • Subject Index 189
  • About the Author 192
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