I’ll Be “Fesing” Up …

I’ve ordered Edward Feser’s books “The Last Superstition” and “Introduction to Mind” (I think that’s what it’s called). So, in a little while, I’ll read and review them, and see if what people are saying about them is accurate. I’d have gotten Aquinas, but it’s a 1 – 2 month wait for that one and I wanted to get “A Critique of Practical Reason” soon to read it. Although I might read Feser’s stuff first.

As an aside, on Philosophy of Mind I recommend “Knowledge and Mind: An Introduction” by Andrew Brook and Robert J. Stainton. It’s a bit long in the tooth now, but I really enjoyed it and was taught by both of them at different points, and they’re quite good at explaining positions they don’t agree with in a way that doesn’t just dismiss it out of hand. I might dig that one out and read it to compare it to Feser’s introduction.


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