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2015 | 27/t.t. | 105-125
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Nisi ipse intellectus. Nie-redukcjonistyczna filozofia umysłu w Leibniza Nowych rozważaniach dotyczących rozumu ludzkiego

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Nisi Ipse Intellectus. Non-reductionist Philosophy of the Mind in Leibniz’s New Essays on Human Understanding
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Developed in his polemics with Locke, Leibniz’s conception of the mind based on the so called ‘system commune’ is an example of what the non-reductionist and non-naturalistic view has to offer in the philosophy of the mind. In this paper I discuss the following issues: the status of New essays in Leibniz’s works, the consciousness- mind relation as understood by both philosophers, conception of the innate and innate-acquired relation in the so called ‘system commune’. I have divided this work into four parts. In the first one I present the status of New essays in Leibniz’s works and I explain his conception of the ‘system commune’. In the second one I investigate Locke’s arguments on the nativism and his conception of the innate. Next, I discuss the conception of the innateness, as proposed by Leibniz, and the mind-consciousness relation. Finally, I present the conclusions drawn from the above analyses.
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105-125
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2015
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References
  • Arnsperger W., Christian Wolffs Verhältnis zu Leibniz, Weimar 1897.
  • Bissinger A., Die Struktur der Gotteserkenntnis. Studien zur Philosophie Christian Wolffs, Bonn 1970.
  • Leibniz G.W., Nowe rozważania dotyczące rozumu ludzkiego, tłum I. Dąmbska,Warszawa 1955.
  • Locke J., Rozważania dotyczące rozumu ludzkiego, tłum. B. J. Gawecki, Warszawa 1955.
  • Usakiewicz J., Witalistyczne podstawy monadologii G.W. Leibniza, w: Implikacje filozofii Leibniza, red. S. Folaron, Częstochowa 1997.
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Publication order reference
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http://hdl.handle.net/11320/4035
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bwmeta1.element.hdl_11320_4035
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