Aristotle and Embodied Realism
PHIL 401: Readings in Philosophy (Spring 2007)
This page was last updated May 3, 2007.
A. Basic Materials
B. Study Questions (Now with SQ Sets for LJ Chapters 1-19 Inclusive)
C. Cognitive Science and Embodied Realism Glossary
D. Information on Papers
E. Review for Final Exam (draft 4-27) NEW
F. Web Pages on Aristotle
G. Web Pages on Lakoff and Embodied Realism
H. Discussions and Applications of Lakoff's Views by Dr. Garrett
1. Original Course Description (9-12-06)
3. Attendance Policy and Attendence Threshold Sign-off Document
1. Aristotle Essay (Draft 2-12-07).
(Details on other papers to be supplied later)
2. Paper on Embodied Realism or Cognitive Science of Philosophical Concepts.
(Posted: March 19; Assignment Due: March 29)
3. Paper on Cognitive Science of Philosophy
(Posted: April 5; Assignment Due: April 26)
Not yet available.
The Correspondence Theory of Truth (SEP article)
Aristotle: Stanford Encyclopedia articles
Aristotle on the Track of Substance
(Lecture from PHIL 302 relevant to this course.)
Aristotle on the Passive and Productive Intellect
Aristotle on Metaphor: Selections from Poetics and Rhetoric III. (New 3-28-07)
Why Being is Not a Category for Aristotle (New: April 24, 2007)
Why Mainstream (and Aristotelian) Philosophy Can't Take Conceptual Metaphor Seriously
(Based on the Lakoff-Johnson perspective)
2. About or by George Lakoff
3. Three Realisms Compared (Based on Lakoff-Johnson, chap. 7).
4. Why Mainstream Philosophy Cannot Take Conceptual Metaphor Seriously (New 3-30-07)
5. Conversation on Family Values (New 5-3-07)
1. Metaphorical Bases of Ethical Theories
2. An Overview of the Lakoff-Johnson Philosophy