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|This volume contains C. D. Broad's Cambridge lectures on Ethics.|
|Incorporating the Perrott Lectures Given in Cambridge University in 1959 and |
1960 C. D. Broad ... If a plausible explanation on such lines can be suggested, it
will be safest not to regard the phenomenon as genuinely paranormal. There are
|Only from the inside, from the standpoint of the agent's living experience, can '|
activity' possibly be apprehended. ... criticism which Professor C. D. Broad makes
in an inaugural lecture published under the title 'Determinism, Indeterminism, and
|incompatibilists suppose, the truth of determinism is irrelevant to whether we |
have the sort of free will required for moral responsibility. ... Such conditional
analyses of 'could have done otherwise' were challenged by C. D. Broad, C.
Campbell, and ... 18 C. D. Broad, 'Determinism, Indeterminism, and
Libertarianism', inaugural lecture delivered at Cambridge in 1934; reprinted in
C. D. Broad, Ethics and The ...
|C.D. Broad. lecture”, all stand for familiar cognitive situations which do arise from |
time to time. We will call them “Perceptual MemorySituations”, or in the present
section simply “MemorySituations”. It will be noticed that the fourexamples whichI
|C. D. Broad. It is obvious that this theorem is of the utmost importance for the |
practical application of the frequency ... In Lecture V von Mises explains and
deals with Marbe's problem of the expectant father who hopes that his child will
be a boy ...
|of the atom, etc.; (2) Prof. C. D. Broad (F. W. H. Myers Memorial Lecture, 1958, p. |
209) does not find those data inconsistent with the idea of disembodied souls; (3)
the "lower", everyday, temporal, intellectual or personal self cannot be expected ...
|... of the ecmclusions.86' I doubt that quite that strong a statement is in order |
concerning Broad's inaugural lecture, but one is ... All of the have a bearing on
some portion or ether of this thesis, though they will have, within the narrow
context of ...
|Selected Essays C.D. Broad ... He did me the honourtomakeme his soleliterary |
executor and one of the two executors and trustees under his will. ... Turning
nowtothe section entitled Philosophy of Science, I will make the following
remarks.The lecture on the Philosophy of Francis Bacon was given in the Senate
House at Cambridge on 5th October 1926, when the University celebrated the
tercentenary of ...
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