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Is Rational Mysticism Compatible with Feminism? A critical examination of Plotinus and Kashani
(University of Canterbury. Philosophy, 2006)
Plotinus (3rd century C.E.) and Afdal al-Din Kashani (12th century C.E.) each posit that the highest human goal is to become aware of the ultimate unity of reality. Both are rational mystics, and each describes a rigorous ...
Consciousness and feedback. Explaining the coherence of content, and the integration of semantics into syntactic operations
(University of Canterbury. School of Philosophy and Religious Studies, 2006)
Despite the shift from dualism to materialism, philosophy of mind and cognitive science still face the challenge of explaining the interaction of the physical and the mental. The language of thought hypothesis, combined ...