Sunday, February 19, 2017

Critique of subjectalism - and an answer: Dewey's metaphysics and the question of whether quality is merely "in" the mind

Does the claim that nature itself is qualitatively pervasive merely read human traits and experience unnecessarily into the world? Ordoes it actually confirm a deeper naturalistic continuity between human and non-human by emphasizing generic traits of what is commonly real itself?

Tom Alexander discusses this in "The Problem of Dewey’s Metaphysics and the Generic Traits of Existence”  HERE.