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Mind and Matter 1919–1921

George Frederick Stout

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Mind and Matter represents the philosophical perspectives of a man who has devoted his life to the subject. Stout is not bound by any one particular philosophical school in his discourse, but interacts with several in the logical consideration of the relationship between mind and matter, as well as the fundamental questions of existence. He argues that most metaphysical arguments for the relationship between mind and matter and for their very existence are insufficient, and ultimately it is impossible to assert either without enlisting ‘Common Sense’.
R. Scott Spurlock
University of Edinburgh

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OriginalCambridge University Press1931
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Templeton Press