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2008 | 17 | 1(65) | 125-135
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On Non-Dualistic Philosophy of Mitterer

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Apparently Josef Mitterer was inspired in his philosophy by irritation, a feeling that could have been evoked by his concentration on thechniques of argumentation, ie. those procedures in philosophy which are often a source of impatience to many inquisitive readers. As a main objective of his work Mitterer chose a campaign against dualism in philosophy. This immediastely raises the question, why he believes that dualism is methodologically inferior to other positions, like monism, for instance. His program of escaping from arbitrariness does not look very promising if his main argument in its favor is that it can free philosophy from dualistic conceptions of language or reality
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  • P. Zeidler, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, Instytut Filozofii, ul. Szmarzewskiego 89c, 60-569 Poznan, Poland
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08PLAAAA054021
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