Durkheim's Philosophy Lectures : Notes from the Lycée de Sens Course, 1883-1884.

By: Durkheim, EmileContributor(s): Gross, Neil | Jones, Robert Alun | Joas, HansPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2004Copyright date: ©2004Description: 1 online resource (359 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780511211478Subject(s): Social sciences--PhilosophyGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Durkheim's Philosophy Lectures : Notes from the Lycée de Sens Course, 1883–1884DDC classification: 301.01 LOC classification: H61.15 .D8713 2004Online resources: Click to View
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Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Translators' Note -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- The Importance of Understanding the Early Durkheim -- The Unfamiliarity of a New Manuscript -- The Matter of Authenticity -- Institutional Constraints on Durkheim's Freedom of Speech -- Central Themes in the Lectures -- Interpretive Possibilities -- PART ONE Preliminary Matters -- ONE The Object and Method of Philosophy -- TWO The Object and Method of Philosophy (Conclusion) -- THREE Science and Philosophy -- FOUR The Divisions of Philosophy -- PART TWO Psychology -- FIVE The Object and Method of Psychology -- SIX Faculties of the Soul -- SEVEN On Pleasure and Pain -- EIGHT The Inclinations -- NINE The Emotions and Passions -- TEN Theory of Knowledge -- ELEVEN External Perception and Its Conditions. The Senses -- TWELVE External Perception. The Origin of the Idea of Externality -- THIRTEEN External Perception. On the Objectivity of the Idea of Externality. (1) Does the External World Exist? -- FOURTEEN External Perception. On the Objectivity of the Idea of Externality. (2) On the Nature of the External World -- FIFTEEN Consciousness. On the Conditions of Consciousness -- SIXTEEN Consciousness. On the Origin of the Idea of the Self -- SEVENTEEN Consciousness. On the Nature of the Self -- EIGHTEEN Reason. The Definition of Reason -- NINETEEN Reason. The Material of Reason. (1) Principles of Reason -- TWENTY Reason. The Material of Reason (2) Rational or First Ideas -- TWENTY ONE Reason. Empiricism -- TWENTY TWO Reason. Evolutionism. The Theory of Heredity -- TWENTY THREE Reason. On the Objectivity of Rational Principles -- TWENTY FOUR Faculties of Conception. On the Association of Ideas -- TWENTY FIVE Faculties of Conception. Memory -- TWENTY SIX Faculties of Conception. Imagination.
TWENTY SEVEN Faculties of Conception. Sleep. Dreams. Madness -- TWENTY EIGHT Complex Operations of the Mind. Attention. Comparison. Abstraction -- TWENTY NINE Complex Operations of the Mind. Generalization. Judgment. Reasoning -- THIRTY The Object and Method of Aesthetics -- THIRTY ONE What Is Beauty? -- THIRTY TWO Prettiness and the Sublime. Art -- THIRTY THREE On Activity in General. Instinct -- THIRTY FOUR Habit -- THIRTY FIVE On the Will and on Freedom -- THIRTY SIX On Freedom (Continued). Psychological Determinism -- THIRTY SEVEN On Freedom (Conclusion). Scientific Determinism. Theological Fatalism -- PART THREE Logic -- THIRTY EIGHT Introduction. On Logic -- THIRTY NINE On Truth. On Certainty -- FORTY On Certainty (Conclusion) -- FORTY ONE On False Certainty or Error -- FORTY TWO Skepticism -- FORTY THREE Ideas. Terms. Judgments. Propositions -- FORTY FOUR Definition -- FORTY FIVE On the Syllogism -- FORTY SIX On Induction -- FORTY SEVEN Fallacies -- FORTY EIGHT On Method -- FORTY NINE Method in the Mathematical Sciences -- FIFTY The Methodology of the Physical Sciences -- FIFTY ONE Method in the Natural Sciences -- FIFTY TWO Method in the Moral Sciences -- FIFTY THREE Method in the Historical Sciences -- FIFTY FOUR Language -- PART FOUR Ethics -- FIFTY FIVE Definition and Divisions of Ethics -- FIFTY SIX On Moral Responsibility -- FIFTY SEVEN On Moral Law. The History of Utilitarianism -- FIFTY EIGHT Critique of Utilitarianism. The Morality of Sentiment -- FIFTY NINE The Morality of Kant -- SIXTY The Moral Law -- SIXTY ONE On Duty and the Good. On Virtue. Rights -- SIXTY TWO ( A ) Division of Practical Ethics -- SIXTY TWO ( B ) Individual Morality -- SIXTY THREE Domestic Ethics -- SIXTY FOUR Civic Ethics -- SIXTY FIVE General Duties of Social Life -- SIXTY SIX General Duties of Social Life. (1) The Duty of Justice.
SIXTY SEVEN General Duties of Social Life. (2) Charity -- SIXTY EIGHT Summary of Ethics -- PART FIVE Metaphysics -- SIXTY NINE Metaphysics. Preliminary Considerations -- SEVENTY On the Soul and Its Existence -- SEVENTY ONE On the Spirituality of the Soul (Conclusion). On Materialism -- SEVENTY TWO The Relationship between the Soul and the Body -- SEVENTY THREE On the Immortality of the Soul -- I. Psychological Arguments -- II. Metaphysical Arguments -- III. Moral Proofs -- SEVENTY FOUR On God. Metaphysical Proofs of His Existence -- I. Proofs by the Principle of Perfection -- II. Proofs by the Principle of Causality -- III. Proofs by the Principle of Finality -- SEVENTY FIVE Critique of Metaphysical Proofs of the Existence of God -- SEVENTY SIX Explanation and Critique of the Physicotheological Proof -- SEVENTY SEVEN Critique of the Physicotheological Proof (Conclusion). Moral Proofs of the Existence of God -- SEVENTY EIGHT The Nature and Attributes of God -- I. Metaphysical Attributes -- II. Moral Attributes -- SEVENTY NINE The Relationship between God and the World. Dualism, Pantheism, and Creation -- EIGHTY The Relationship between God and the World (Conclusion). Providence, Evil, Optimism, and Pessimism -- APPENDIX Biographical Glossary -- Index.
Summary: Emile Durkheim sets out to introduce students to the field of philosophy.
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Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Translators' Note -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- The Importance of Understanding the Early Durkheim -- The Unfamiliarity of a New Manuscript -- The Matter of Authenticity -- Institutional Constraints on Durkheim's Freedom of Speech -- Central Themes in the Lectures -- Interpretive Possibilities -- PART ONE Preliminary Matters -- ONE The Object and Method of Philosophy -- TWO The Object and Method of Philosophy (Conclusion) -- THREE Science and Philosophy -- FOUR The Divisions of Philosophy -- PART TWO Psychology -- FIVE The Object and Method of Psychology -- SIX Faculties of the Soul -- SEVEN On Pleasure and Pain -- EIGHT The Inclinations -- NINE The Emotions and Passions -- TEN Theory of Knowledge -- ELEVEN External Perception and Its Conditions. The Senses -- TWELVE External Perception. The Origin of the Idea of Externality -- THIRTEEN External Perception. On the Objectivity of the Idea of Externality. (1) Does the External World Exist? -- FOURTEEN External Perception. On the Objectivity of the Idea of Externality. (2) On the Nature of the External World -- FIFTEEN Consciousness. On the Conditions of Consciousness -- SIXTEEN Consciousness. On the Origin of the Idea of the Self -- SEVENTEEN Consciousness. On the Nature of the Self -- EIGHTEEN Reason. The Definition of Reason -- NINETEEN Reason. The Material of Reason. (1) Principles of Reason -- TWENTY Reason. The Material of Reason (2) Rational or First Ideas -- TWENTY ONE Reason. Empiricism -- TWENTY TWO Reason. Evolutionism. The Theory of Heredity -- TWENTY THREE Reason. On the Objectivity of Rational Principles -- TWENTY FOUR Faculties of Conception. On the Association of Ideas -- TWENTY FIVE Faculties of Conception. Memory -- TWENTY SIX Faculties of Conception. Imagination.

TWENTY SEVEN Faculties of Conception. Sleep. Dreams. Madness -- TWENTY EIGHT Complex Operations of the Mind. Attention. Comparison. Abstraction -- TWENTY NINE Complex Operations of the Mind. Generalization. Judgment. Reasoning -- THIRTY The Object and Method of Aesthetics -- THIRTY ONE What Is Beauty? -- THIRTY TWO Prettiness and the Sublime. Art -- THIRTY THREE On Activity in General. Instinct -- THIRTY FOUR Habit -- THIRTY FIVE On the Will and on Freedom -- THIRTY SIX On Freedom (Continued). Psychological Determinism -- THIRTY SEVEN On Freedom (Conclusion). Scientific Determinism. Theological Fatalism -- PART THREE Logic -- THIRTY EIGHT Introduction. On Logic -- THIRTY NINE On Truth. On Certainty -- FORTY On Certainty (Conclusion) -- FORTY ONE On False Certainty or Error -- FORTY TWO Skepticism -- FORTY THREE Ideas. Terms. Judgments. Propositions -- FORTY FOUR Definition -- FORTY FIVE On the Syllogism -- FORTY SIX On Induction -- FORTY SEVEN Fallacies -- FORTY EIGHT On Method -- FORTY NINE Method in the Mathematical Sciences -- FIFTY The Methodology of the Physical Sciences -- FIFTY ONE Method in the Natural Sciences -- FIFTY TWO Method in the Moral Sciences -- FIFTY THREE Method in the Historical Sciences -- FIFTY FOUR Language -- PART FOUR Ethics -- FIFTY FIVE Definition and Divisions of Ethics -- FIFTY SIX On Moral Responsibility -- FIFTY SEVEN On Moral Law. The History of Utilitarianism -- FIFTY EIGHT Critique of Utilitarianism. The Morality of Sentiment -- FIFTY NINE The Morality of Kant -- SIXTY The Moral Law -- SIXTY ONE On Duty and the Good. On Virtue. Rights -- SIXTY TWO ( A ) Division of Practical Ethics -- SIXTY TWO ( B ) Individual Morality -- SIXTY THREE Domestic Ethics -- SIXTY FOUR Civic Ethics -- SIXTY FIVE General Duties of Social Life -- SIXTY SIX General Duties of Social Life. (1) The Duty of Justice.

SIXTY SEVEN General Duties of Social Life. (2) Charity -- SIXTY EIGHT Summary of Ethics -- PART FIVE Metaphysics -- SIXTY NINE Metaphysics. Preliminary Considerations -- SEVENTY On the Soul and Its Existence -- SEVENTY ONE On the Spirituality of the Soul (Conclusion). On Materialism -- SEVENTY TWO The Relationship between the Soul and the Body -- SEVENTY THREE On the Immortality of the Soul -- I. Psychological Arguments -- II. Metaphysical Arguments -- III. Moral Proofs -- SEVENTY FOUR On God. Metaphysical Proofs of His Existence -- I. Proofs by the Principle of Perfection -- II. Proofs by the Principle of Causality -- III. Proofs by the Principle of Finality -- SEVENTY FIVE Critique of Metaphysical Proofs of the Existence of God -- SEVENTY SIX Explanation and Critique of the Physicotheological Proof -- SEVENTY SEVEN Critique of the Physicotheological Proof (Conclusion). Moral Proofs of the Existence of God -- SEVENTY EIGHT The Nature and Attributes of God -- I. Metaphysical Attributes -- II. Moral Attributes -- SEVENTY NINE The Relationship between God and the World. Dualism, Pantheism, and Creation -- EIGHTY The Relationship between God and the World (Conclusion). Providence, Evil, Optimism, and Pessimism -- APPENDIX Biographical Glossary -- Index.

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