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- Bridges, Arches and Bricks.Roberta Corvi - unknownNo categories
- Mental Causation for Mind-Body Dualists.Antonella Corradini - 2015 - Humana Mente 8 (29).Interactive dualism is notorious for supporting genuine and autonomous mental causation that is allegedly impossible for its confliction with basic principles of physics. The purpose of this essay is to show the invalidity of this commonplace view, by arguing to the contrary in three different steps. First, I will deal with the objection about the non-scientific character of interactive dualism, as it is conceived of in present-day philosophy of mind. Second, I will illustrate and critically examine three contemporary models of (...)
- Analytic Philosophy Without Naturalism.Sergio Galvan, Antonella Corradini & Jonathan Lowe - unknown
- Two Omnipotent Beings?Ciro De Florio & Aldo Frigerio - 2015 - Philosophia 43 (2):309-324.
- Emergent Dualism: Why and How?Antonella Corradini - unknown
- On Pragmatic Denial.Ciro de Florio, Massimiliano Carrara & Daniele Chiffi - unknownNo categories
- Self-Organization.Fabio Introini - unknownNo categories
- From Objects to Systems. From Systems to Networks?Fabio Introini - unknownNo categories
- Toward a New Lexikon and a Conceptual Grammar to Understand the "Multicultural Issue".Giovanni Bombelli - unknownNo categories
- Two Omnipotent Beings?Aldo Frigerio & Ciro Florio - 2015 - Philosophia 43 (2):309-324.The idea of omnipotence plays a crucial role within the framework of classical theism. God is typically considered omnipotent, that is, able to perform any action. Sometimes, it is said that for God there is no difference between will and action; everything he wishes happens. However, as one reflects on the concept of omnipotence, some rather complex questions arise; the range of God’s possible “actions” is not clear. What are the boundaries of the power of an omnipotent being, if these (...)
- Prohairesis as a Possible Instance of Metaphysical Implication in Aristotle's Ethics.Nicoletta Scotti - unknownNo categories
- Humboldtian Inner Linguistic Form. A Crucial Notion for Present-Day Division of Labor.Savina Raynaud - unknownNo categories
- Lebenswelt and Operational Methodology in the Philosophical and Epistemological Reflections of Hugo Dingler.Dario Marco Sacchi - unknownNo categories
- Introspection Illusion and the Methodological Denial of the First Person Perspective.Giuseppe Lo Dico - unknown
- Neuroeconomics, Identity Theory, and the Issue of Correlation.Giuseppe Lo Dico - unknown
- Deflation and Reflection: On Tennant's Criticism of the Conservativeness Argument.Ciro de Florio - unknown
- Metaphysical Presuppositions of Argument From Design.Sergio Galvan - unknown
- Quantum Physics Meets the Philosophy of Mind: New Essays on the Mind-Body Relation in Quantum-Theoretical Perspective.Antonella Corradini & Uwe Meixner (eds.) - 2014 - De Gruyter.
- 5. Experimental Ethics – A Critical Analysis.Antonella Corradini - 2014 - In Christoph Lumer (ed.), 5. Experimental Ethics – a Critical Analysis. De Gruyter. pp. 145-162.
- Mirror Neurons: Some Critical Remarks.Alessandro Antonietti & Antonella Corradini - unknown
- Quantum Physics and the Fundamentality of the Mental.Antonella Corradini - 2014 - In Uwe Meixner & Antonella Corradini (eds.), Quantum Physics Meets the Philosophy of Mind: New Essays on the Mind-Body Relation in Quantum-Theoretical Perspective. De Gruyter. pp. 51-64.
- Truth, Evidence and Proof in Criminal Proceedings.Giulio Ubertis - unknown
- On the Rationality of Social Practices.Paolo Monti - 2012 - In Francesco Botturi (ed.), Understanding Human Experience: Reason and Faith. Berna, Svizzera: pp. 103-120.Between the 1970s and the 1980s social practices were the object of theoretical research in some areas of sociology and cultural anthropology, to meet the need to integrate structuralist, functionalist or Marxist objectivist theories of society by using more sensitive types of approach to social actors, who were viewed as subjects capable of individual decisions, actions and interpretations. In particular, the role of reflexion on social practices became more relevant in the critique of society as an organic, unified whole, also (...)
- The Work of Clement of Alexandria in the Light of His Contemporary Philosophical Teaching.Marco Rizzi - unknown
- Higher Order Languages and Logical Truth.Ciro de Florio - unknown
- The Ecology of Learning-by-Building: Bridging Design Science and Natural History of Knowledge.Marco de Marco, Renato Fiocca & Francesca Ricciardi - unknown
- Design Research Seen as Applied Science Capable of Theorizing the IT Artifact.Francesca Ricciardi - unknownNo categories
- Extracting Knowledge From Within Design Processes: An Emerging Issue for IS Research.Francesca Ricciardi & Marco de Marco - unknown
- Moral Philosophy in Bioethics. Etsi Ethos Non Daretur?Adriano Pessina - unknown
- Design and Normative Claims in Organization Studies: A Methodological Proposal.Francesca Ricciardi - unknownNo categories
- N-Th Order Logic.Ciro de Florio - unknown
- The Clinical Application of the Biopsychosocial Model in Mental Health: A Research Critique.A. S. Álvarez, M. Pagani & Paolo Meucci - unknown
- Theories of Everyday Life: A Search for Meaning or a Negation of Meaning?Laura Bovone - unknown
- The Role of Metaphysics Between Science and Faith.Sergio Galvan & Ciro de Florio - unknownNo categories
- The Category of "Métissage": Status Quaestionis.Paolo Gomarasca - unknownNo categories
- Emergence in Science and Philosophy: Introduction; Part I Introduction: General Perspectives; Part II Introduction: Self, Agency and Free Will; Part III Introduction: Physics, Mathematics, and the Special Sciences.Antonella Corradini & O'connor Thimothy - unknownNo categories
- Philosophy and Neuroscience.Antonella Corradini - unknown
- Mirror Neurons and Empathy: A Neuroscientific Foundation for Morality?Antonella Corradini - unknown
- The Emergence of Mind. A Dualistic Understanding.Antonella Corradini - unknown
- Omega-Incompleteness, Truth, Intentionality.Sergio Galvan - unknown
- Why a Psychologist Doesn't Need to Be a Constructivist.Antonella Corradini - unknownNo categories
- Francesco Vito at the Catholic University From 1929 to 1968.Daniela Parisi - unknownNo categories
- N-Order, Logic.Ciro de Florio - unknown
- The Tacking Knowledge Strategy. Claudio Ciborra, Konrad Lorenz and the Ecology of Information Systems.Francesca Ricciardi - unknownNo categories