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|Books||Dip. Filosofia||TD 815.11 (Browse shelf)||Copy 001||Available||Paperback ed. 2015.|
Bibliogr. p. -291.
1: Circumscribing the soul : De Anima 1.1 and 2.1. -- 2: Towards a scientific definition of the soul : DA II.2 -- 3: Parts and unity in the definition of the soul. -- 4: The definition of dunamis. -- 5: The priority of the objects over the capacities of the soul. -- 6: The importance of nutrition. -- 7: The soul as an efficient cause. -- 8: The matter of the soul's activities. -- 9: The perceptual capacity extended. -- 10: Phantasia. -- 11: The intellect and the limits of naturalism. -- 12: The locomotive capacity. -- 13: The descent from definition : the capacities of the soul applied. -- 14: The capacities in the parts and lives of animals.
Thomas Kjeller Johansen presents a new account of Aristotle's major work on psychology, the De Anima. He argues that Aristotle explains a variety of psychological phenomena by reference to the soul's capacities, and considers how Aristotle adopts and adapts this theory in his later works.