Philosophy in America at the Turn of the Century
APA Centennial Supplement, Journal of Philosophical Research
This special supplement of the Journal of Philosophical Research
contains invited papers prepared by several well known philosophers on
the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the American
Philosophical Association (APA). These wide ranging essays look ahead
as well as to the recent and more distant past, and suggest the diversity,
directions, and challenge of contemporary philosophy in the United States.
These papers have been published as a service to the profession by the
Journal of Philosophical Research, in cooperation with the APA's
Committee on Lectures, Publications, and Research.
This volume is available online with the Journal of Philosophical Research. Print copies can be ordered below. .
Table of Contents
Robert Audi, Preface
John Searle, "Philosophy in a New Century"
Gilbert Harman, "The Future of the A Priori"
Charlene Haddock Seigfried, "Has Passion a Place in Philosophy?"
Karen Hanson, "On 'Those Truths of Experience Upon Which Philosophy is Founded'"
George S. Pappas, "On Some Philosophical Accounts of Perception"
Jaegwon Kim, "The American Origins of Philosophical Naturalism"
Christine M. Korsgaard, "Realism and Constructivism in Twentieth-Century Moral Philosophy"
· ISBN-13: 978-1-889680-33-0 · ISBN-10: 1-889680-33-8 · Published August 2003 ·
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