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Emile Durkheim, the founder of French sociology, introduces secondary school students to the field of philosophy in this series of lectures. He pursues topics as diverse as philosophical psychology, logic, ethics, and metaphysics, in the course of at… weiterlesen
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Titel: Durkheim's Philosophy Lectures
Autor/en: Emile Durkheim

ISBN: 0521630665
EAN: 9780521630665
Sprache: Englisch.
Übersetzt von Neil Gross, Robert Alun Jones
CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR

Januar 2015 - gebunden - 358 Seiten

Beschreibung

Emile Durkheim, the founder of French sociology, introduces secondary school students to the field of philosophy in this series of lectures. He pursues topics as diverse as philosophical psychology, logic, ethics, and metaphysics, in the course of attempting to articulate a unified philosophical position. Intellectual historians, historically-minded philosophers, and French historians will find the lectures a valuable historical document.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Foreword; Translator's note; Acknowledgements; Introduction;
Part I. Preliminary Matters:
1. The object and method of philosophy;
2. The object and method of philosophy (conclusion);
3. Science and philosophy;
4. The divisions of philosophy;
Part II. Psychology:
5. The object and method of psychology;
6. Faculties of the soul;
7. On pleasure and pain;
8. The inclinations;
9. The emotions and passions;
10. Theory of knowledge;
11. External perception and its conditions. The senses;
12. External perception. The origin of the idea of externality;
13. External perception. On the objectivity of the idea of externality. (1) Does the external world exist?
14. External perception. On the objectivity of the idea of externality. (2) On the nature of the external world;
15. Consciousness. On the conditions of consciousness;
16. Consciousness. On the origin of the idea of the self;
17. Consciousness. On the nature of the self;
18. Reason. The definition of reason;
19. Reason. The material of reason. (1) Principles;
20. Reason. The material of reason. (2) Rational or first ideas;
21. Reason. Empiricism;
22. Reason. Evolutionism. The theory of heredity;
23. Reason. On the objectivity of rational principles;
24. Faculties of conception. On the association of ideas;
25. Faculties of conception. Memory;
26. Faculties of conception. Imagination;
27. Faculties of conception. Sleep. Dreams. Madness;
28. Complex operations of the mind. Attention. Comparison. Abstraction;
29. Complex operations of the mind. Generalization. Judgment. Reasoning;
30. The object and method of aesthetics;
31. What is beauty;
32. Prettiness and the sublime. Art;
33. On activity in general. Instinct;
34. Habit;
35. On the will and on freedom;
36. On freedom (continued). Psychological determinism;
37. On freedom (conclusion). Scientific determinism. Theological fatalism.
Part III. Logic:
38. Introduction. On logic;
39. On truth. On certainty;
40. On certainty (conclusion);
41. On false certainty of error;
42. Skepticism;
43. Ideas. Terms. Judgments. Propositions;
44. Definition;
45. On the syllogism;
46. On induction;
47. Fallacies;
48. On method;
49. Method in the mathematical sciences;
50. The methodology of the physical sciences;
51. Method in the natural sciences;
52. Method in the moral sciences;
53. Method in the historical sciences;
54. Language;
Part IV. Ethics:
55. Definition and divisions of ethics;
56. On moral responsibility;
57. On moral law. The history of Utilitarianism;
58. Critique of Utilitarianism. The morality of sentiment;
59. The morality of Kant;
60. The moral law;
61. On duty and the good. On virtue. Rights; 62A. Division of practical ethics; 62B. Individual morality; 63. Domestic ethics; 64. Civic ethics; 65. General duties of social life; 66. General duties of social life. (1) The duty of justice; 67. General duties of social life. (2) Charity; 68. Summary of ethics;
Part V. Metaphysics: 69. Metaphysics. Preliminary considerations; 70. On the soul and its existence; 71. On the spirituality of the soul (conclusion). On materialism; 72. The relationship between the soul and the body; 73. On the immortality of the soul; 74. On God. Metaphysical proofs of his existence; 75. Critique of metaphysical proofs of the existence of God; 76. Explanation and critique of the physiotheological proof; 77. Critique of the physiotheological proof (conclusion). Moral proofs and the existence of God; 78. The nature and attributes of God; 79. The relationship between God and the world. Dualism, pantheism, and creation; 80. The relationship between God and the world (conclusion). Providence, evil, optimism, and pessimism; Appendix: biographical glossary; Index.

Portrait

Neil Gross is Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Southern California. He writes on classical and contemporary sociological theory, as well as the sociology of ideas. His work has appeared in such journals as Theory & Society, American Sociological Review, Sociological Theory, and Annual Review of Sociology. Robert Alun Jones is the author of Emile Durkheim: An Introduction to Four Major Works (1986), The Development of Durkheim's Social Realism (1999), and The Secret of the Totem: Religion and Society in the Works of McLennan, Smith, Frazer, Durkheim, and Freud (forthcoming), as well as numerous essays and journal articles on Durkheim and his contemporaries. He has also been editor of both Etudes durkheimiennes and Knowledge and Society.

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