The Reality of Time is cogently thought out and clearly written. Once I started, I could not put it down. I regard this book as an eminently perceptive presentation of the import of time for all intellectual concerns.
The Reality of Time is cogently thought out and clearly written.
The Reality of Time book. Reality of Time (SUNY Series in Philosophy). 088706860X (ISBN13: 9780887068607).
More by Errol E. Harris. Formal, Transcendental and Dialectical Thinking: Logic and Reality. Salvation from Despair: A Reappraisal of Spinoza's Philosophy. The Foundations of Metaphysics in Science. Earth Federation Now: Tomorrow is Too Late. One World or None: Prescription for Survival. The Fundamentals of Philosophy: A Study of Classical Texts.
Harris, Errol E. 1988, The reality of time, Errol E. Harris State University of New York Press Albany. SUNY series in philosophy. An expanded version of the Gilbert Ryle lectures, delivered at Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, in Canada, in 1984"-Pref. Bibliography: p. 181-194.
The Reality of Time (1988). Information about his being Distinguished Professor of Christian Philosophy at Vilanova in 1982 is from the unpublished manuscript of Errol Harris's autobiography,'Bound in Shallows'. Cosmos and Anthropos (1991). Cosmos and Theos (1992). Nature, Mind and Modern Science (1954), pp. 117-186, 274-351. Nature, Mind and Modern Science, .
Errol E Harris, The Reality of Time, Albany: SUNY Press, 1988, pp xii + 204. Hegel Bulletin 12 (1-2):100-105 (1991). H. S. Harris - 1998 - Dialogue 37 (3):609-610. Dialectic and Contemporary Science: Essays in Honor of Errol E. Philip T. Grier - 1989 - Upa. Reply to Gordon: Formal and Dialectical Logic. Errol E. Harris - 1991 - International Philosophical Quarterly 31 (4):485-487.
7 Redhead, Michael Nonlocality and Peaceful Coexistence pp 166-7, in Space, Time and Causality, Swinburne, R Ed. Dordrecht: Reidel, 1973, pp 151–189. Volume 12, Issue 1-2 (number 23/24). Errol E Harris, Formal, Transcendental and Dialectical Thinking: Logic and Reality, Albany: SUNY Press, 1987, pp ii + 289. - Errol E Harris, The Reality of Time, Albany: SUNY Press, 1988, pp xii + 204.
Harris shows that certain basic presuppositions underlying the techniques of symbolic logic have resulted in intellectual stultification, moral dilemma, and . Harris is John Evans Professor Emeritus at Northwestern University. Библиографические данные.
Harris shows that certain basic presuppositions underlying the techniques of symbolic logic have resulted in intellectual stultification, moral dilemma, and practical sterility. These presuppositions are shown to be at variance with those of contemporary scientific method. Critical consideration is given to alternatives, and a more appropriate logic of science is proposed, providing an escape from crippling relativism and promising objective validation of value judgments.
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I. Introduction: The Nature and Vindication
Prevalent Repudiation of Metaphysics What is Metaphysics? The Restoration of Metaphysics
II. Metaphysical Problems of Time
Passage, Movement, and Measurement How Do We Identify the Present? Change, Permanence, and the Transcendence of Passage Spinoza Provides a Clue
III. Physical Time
Attempts to Eliminate Passage from Physical Time Process, Order, and Chaos The Paradoxes of Zeno Cosmic Time Time Reversal Cosmic History and Cosmic Unity
IV. Biological Time
Organism and Duree The Emergence of Life Evolution Environment and Biological Clocks Behavior Biocoenoses Conclusion
V. Psychological Time
The Stream of Consciousness The Specious Present Time and the Transcendental Subject The Problem of the Transcendental Ego Soultion to the Problem
VI. Historical Time
Res Gestae The Idea of the Historical Past The Historical Process Structuralism and Deconstructionism
VII. Dialectic in History
Historical Thinking Transformation of Conceptual Schemes The Dialectical Scale Historical Objectivity The Historical Universal
VIII. Evolution and Omega
Evolution , Diachronic, and Synchronic The Features of Wholeness Differentiation and Process The Clue to "Omega" Omega and Time Omega and Deity "Mysticism"