Hector-Neri Castañeda

edited by James E. Tomberlin


  • One.- Self-Profile.- I. De Re: My Search for Philosophy.- 1. Family and Ecological Background.- 2. Sunday School: My Philosophico-Theological Crisis.- 3. Public Schools: My First Educational Crisis.- 4. Expulsion from the Normal School: My Second Educational Crisis.- 5. Exilio from Highschool.- 6. The Costa Rican Experience: A Grammatological Crisis.- 7. The 1944 Revolution of Guatemala.- 8. University of Minnesota: Philosophical Training and My First Professional Crisis.- 9. Return to Guatemala: My Major Professional Crisis.- 10. Paradisiacal-Hellish Year at Oxford: A Minor Philosophical Crisis.- 11. Philosophizing in the United States.- 12. Promenading Outside the Ivory Tower: u and Its Professional Services.- 13. Wandering Outside the Ivory Tower: Dean of Latino Affairs.- II. De Dicto: My Philosophical Search.- A. Diachronic Capsule.- 1. The Subjective/Objective Tension.- 2. God, Morality, and the Unity of Practical Reasoning.- 3. Language as the Depository of World, Self, and Experience.- 4. Wittgenstein's Anti-Private Language Arguments.- 5. Reference, the Language of Other Minds, and Guise Theory.- 6. Overall View of My Philosophical Constructions.- 7. My Concern with the History of Philosophy.- B. Self, Thinking, and Reality.- 1. Exegesis of the Anti-Private Language Situation.- 2. Realism, the Past, Sameness, and Phenomenological Linguistics.- 3. Metaphysical Internalism and the Holistic Indivisible Noumenon.- 4. The Metaphysical Dimension of Semantic Vocabulary.- 5. Five Dimensions of Certainty.- 6. Gross Individual Guises.- 7. The Multifarious Ontological Semiotics of the First-Person Pronoun.- 8. The I-Manifold and Semantic Denotation vs Doxastic Denotation.- 9. The Problem of Sameness in the I-Network.- 10. Self-Consciousness and First-Person Reference.- 11. Indexical Reference and Indexical Guises.- 12. Indicators, David Kaplan's Direct Reference, and Indexical Subjectivity.- 13. Perception, Direct Reference, and Perceptual Guises.- 14. Intentional Action and Indexical Reference.- 15. The Causation of Intentional Action.- 16. The Grammar of Indexical (Experiential) Reference.- 17. Ontological Exegesis of Indexical Reference.- 18. The Non-Worldliness of Indexical Guises and Other Minds.- 19. The Transcendental Prefix and Experience.- Two.- Casta?eda's Ontology.- Mind and Guise: Castaneda's Philosophy of Mind in the World Order.- Castaneda's Philosophy of Language.- Castaneda's Theory of Knowing.- Thinking-to-Be and Thinking-to-Do: Some Remarks on Casta?eda on Believing and Intending.- Good Samaritans and Castaneda's System of Deontic Logic.- Casta?eda's Theory of Deontic Meaning and Truth.- Casta?eda Theory of Morality.- Casta?eda on Plato, Leibniz, and Kant.- Replies.- Three.- Philosophical Bibliography of Hector-Neri Casta?Eda.- Index Of Names.- Index Of Subjects.

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書名 Hector-Neri Castañeda
著作者等 Castañeda, Hector-Neri
Tomberlin, James E.
シリーズ名 Profiles
出版元 D. Reidel Pub. Co.;Sold and distributed in the U.S.A. and Canada by Kluwer Academic Publishers
刊行年月 c1986
ページ数 xiii, 443 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 9027720738
NCID BA00175937
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ