First-Person Reference, Tomis Kapitan
Castaneda and Contemporary Continental Philosophy, James G. Hart
1. He: A Study in the Logic of Self-Consciousness
2. Indicators and Quasi-Indicators
3. On the Phenomeno-Logic of the I
4. Philosophical Method and Direct Awareness of the Self
5. Self-Consciousness, Demonstrative Reference, and the Self-Ascription View of Believing
6. The Self and the I-guises, Empirical and Transcendental
7. First-Person Statements About the Past
8. Metaphysical Internalism, Selves, and the Indivisible Noumenon (A Fregeo-Kantian Reflection on Descartes's Cogito)
9. Persons, Egos, and Is: Their Sameness Relations
10. I-Structures and the Reflexivity of Self-Consciousness
Collects Castaneda's major writings on self-reference and self-consciousness.
Hector-Neri Castaneda (1924-1991) was Mahlon Powell Professor of Philosophy at Indiana University. He was founder and editor of Nous. Among his works are Sprache und Erfahrung, Thinking, Language, and Experience, and Thinking and the Structure of the World.James G. Hart is Professor of the Philosophy of Religion at Indiana University. He is author of The Person and the Common Life and co-editor (with Lester Embree) of The Phenomenology of Values and Valuing.Tomis Kapitan is Professor of Philosophy at Northern Illinois University. He is editor of Philosophical Perspectives on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.