Norton's another monist
- only he affirms naught but spirit.
* An idealistic monist
who long puzzled the philosophers of that time with his denial of the existence of matter, but whose clever argument was finally demolished when the new empiric facts of science were philosophically generalized.
John Rawls' gamification of justice leads him--along with many other monist
political philosophers, not least Ronald Dworkin--to fail to take politics seriously enough.
(78) Possibly in emulation of his teacher, al-Biqa'i gave his Sufi Monist
opponents three options: debate, mubahala, or duel.
Regardless of whether the mind-body problem is resolved by a dualist or monist
solution, the different-from-matter or same-as-matter human mind creates meaning and value from information.
"Charging Others with Epistemic Vice." The Monist
While Spinoza refers to this monist
substance by God in the above quotations, he elsewhere calls it 'nature' in the sense of extension.
or dualist character of the domestic legal order, encompassing
Stump, E., <<Aquinas's Account of Freedom: Intellect and Will>>, The Monist
80 (1997) 576-597.
view holds that domestic and international law are part of a
There are also descriptive chapters dealing with the Hindu monist
, Swami Vivekananda, the neo-Hasidic teachings of Maurice Friedman (Buber scholar and Heschel intimate), and Christian friendship with Martin Luther King, Jr., Reinhold Niebuhr, William Sloane Coffin, Daniel Berringan, and others.
Lobis professes that Cavendish's natural philosophy (which reflects her vitalist and monist
materialist worldview) is governed by sympathies and antipathies but not in enforced or predetermined terms, but rather in active, voluntary ones.