Studies on the History of Romanian Philosophy XVI


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de istorie a filosofiei româneşti, XVI, Relația minte-corp [Studies on the History of Romanian Philosophy, XVI, Mind-Body Relationship]

Editors: Alexandru Surdu, Mona Mamulea, Titus Lates, Mihai Popa, Viorel Cernica
Bucharest, Romanian Academy Publishing House, 2020, 224 p.
ISSN: 2065-4405

CONTENTS

I. UNIVERSAL DOCTRINES THROUGH PARTICULAR LOOKING GLASSES: ECHOES, INFLUENCES, AFFINITIES

  • Alexandru Surdu, Kantian echoes in the Romanian culture 11
  • Ionuț Isac, „If this thinker could have acquired a systematic philosophical education...” The self-taught philosopher Vasile Conta interpreted by Professor Nicolae Bagdasar 15
  • Ion Dur, Young Vasile Băncilă and Arthur Schopenhauer: On ethics, sociology and politics 32
  • Liviu Bordaș, The reception and image of Yoga in Romanian lexicography (I) 51 pdf2.png
  • Claudiu Baciu, Noica and Whitehead: Conceptual affinities 78 pdf2.png
  • Constantin Stroe, Dimitrie C. Nădejde on the psychological motivation of forming and functioning of the moral laws of individual behaviour and social order 87
  • Mihai Popa, Being and living: The need for metaphysics in Nae Ionescu’s view 107

II. MIND–BODY RELATIONSHIP

  • Bogdan Rusu, Philosophical psychology and the mind–body problem at the beginning of the 19th century (1800–1830) 119 pdf2.png
  • Mona Mamulea, Mind as an object of experiment and the materialist philosophy. The standpoint of Maiorescu 150 pdf2.png
  • Andrei Posea, Points of convergence between Vasile Conta, C. Rădulescu-Motru and Mircea Florian: Mind–body relationship 163

DOSSIER: A MIND–BODY CONTROVERSY ON PETROVICI’S DOCTORAL THESIS

  • Introductory note [M. M.] 183 pdf2.png
  • Note on the present edition 185 pdf2.png
  • G. Bogdan-Duică, The first doctoral thesis in philosophy defended in Romania 187 pdf2.png
  • Ioan Petrovici, Mind and body (I) 191 pdf2.png
  • Ioan Petrovici, Mind and body (II) 196 pdf2.png
  • G. Bogdan Duică, The first doctoral thesis in philosophy defended in Romania (A last word) 202 pdf2.png
  • Mind–body relationship in Romanian philosophy (anthology by Titus Lates) 211 pdf2.png

III. REFERENCES

  • The history of Romanian philosophy in 2019 (a bibliography by Titus Lates) 219 pdf2.png
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