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|A mind's own place : the thought of Sir William Mitchell / William Martin Davies.
|Davies, W. Martin
|Dept. of Philosophy
|This thesis aims to assess the impact of late nineteenth/early twentieth century science (especially neurology, psychology and physics) on Mitchell's philosophical work and trends in philosophical psychology during that period. It also aims to demonstrate the importance of Mitchell's philosophical work in the context of contemporary theories of mind and content, cognitive science and the philosophy of science and perception, to make clear the extent of Mitchell's philosophical influence on others at the time and to locate Mitchell's work in relation to other influences on philosophy in Australia.
|Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Philosophy, 2001?
|Mitchell, William, Sir, 1861-1962.
|Errata pasted into front.
Bibliography: leaves 425-440.
xii, 445 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm.
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