|Other Retailer||Price Checked Time||Their Price in AUD||Our Price|
|Amazon UK||4 days ago||95.29||$68.09||You save $27.20|
|Amazon US||3 days ago||77.93||$68.09||You save $9.84|
|Book Depository US||3 days ago||75.8||$68.09||You save $7.71|
1. Introduction: Debates about Methods: From Linguistic Philosophy to Philosophical Naturalism Matthew C. Haug Part 1: Naturalism: Varieties and Viability 2. What is Naturalism? Timothy Williamson 3. Why I Am a Naturalist Alex Rosenberg 4. The Unclarity of Naturalism Timothy Williamson 5. Can Naturalism Save the Humanities? Alex Rosenberg 6. On Naturalism in the Quinean Tradition Jeffrey W. Roland 7. Liberal Naturalism: Wittgenstein and McDowell Marie McGinn 8. Naturalism on the Sydney Plan Jenann Ismael Part 2: Methods in Metaphysics, and Epistemology 9. The Easy Approach to Ontology: A Defense Amie L. Thomasson 10. Metaphysical Knowledge E.J. Lowe 11. Three Dogmas of Metaphysical Methodology Jessica Wilson 12. The Poverty of Conceptual Analysis David Papineau 13. Is There Room For Armchair Theorizing in Epistemology? Hilary Kornblith 14. Methods in Analytic Epistemology Kirk Ludwig Part 3: Methods in Philosophy of Language, and Philosophy of Mind 15. The Possibility of a Naturalistic Cartesianism Regarding Intuitions and Introspection Georges Rey 16. Linguistic Intuitions Are Not `The Voice of Competence' Michael Devitt 17. Philosophical and Empirical Approaches to Language Barry C. Smith 18. The First-Person Perspective and Its Relation to Natural Science Lynne Rudder Baker 19. Phenomenological Methods in Philosophy of Mind David W. Smith 20. Some Husserlian Reflections on the Contents of Experience Matthew Ratcliffe Part 4: Methods in Ethics and Aesthetics 21. Intuitions and Experimental Philosophy - Comfortable Bedfellows Neil Levy 22. Beyond The Experience Machine: How to Build a Theory of Well-being Valerie Tiberius 23. Ethics Makes Strange Bedfellows: Intuitions and Quasi-Realism Matthew Bedke 24. On Getting Out of the Arm Chair To Do Aesthetics Gregory Currie. Index
Matthew Haug is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the College of William and Mary, USA.
"... few books gather so many top thinkers to explain and compare methodologies. Haug has edited a fascinating volume, asking 20-plus contributors for in-depth reflections about their areas of expertise. ... Both nonphilosophers and philosophers will benefit from these engagements. Summing Up: Highly recommended." - CHOICE "Authored by an outstanding assembly, this collection covers issues of methodology as they arise in the main subfields of philosophy. Anyone who reads it will be brought to the cutting edges." - Ernest Sosa, Rutgers University, USA "Matthew Haug has assembled a first-rate collection on a timely and important topic. Any reader interested in questions of methodology in the Anglo-American philosophical tradition will find this volume to be brimming with insights." - Tamar Szabo Gendler, Yale University, USA "This star-studded collection of original essays breaks new ground in the lively debate about how we do philosophy. For the first time, the problems raised by the nature of philosophical methods are examined separately for each of the main areas of philosophy. Highly recommended!" - Edouard Machery, University of Pittsburgh, USA