John Haldane


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Scottish physiologist and brother of Richard Haldane and Elizabeth Haldane

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(1.) John Haldane, First Things, November, 2005, pp.
Heythrop, Conteston, and the Jesuit Contribution to Philosophy, JOHN HALDANE
John Haldane: David, you are one of a small number of British artists, indeed of contemporary artists more generally, whose main form of art-making is wall drawing.
For example, John Haldane had proposed that Aquinas's notion of formal identity between cognizer and object would overcome the problems that Hilary Putnam found in functionalism, and would call for an interpretation of Aquinas according to which mental representations are not mental items, but acts of the mind, i.e., 'representations' in the theatrical sense (cf.
Knasas's account of being, or John Haldane's philosophy of mind.
Partick Thistle fan John Haldane, Glasgow, said: 'I was at Ross County at the weekend, was charged pounds 14 for a ticket then was told to stop jumping up and down at the back of the stand because the press men sitting behind me couldn't see the game.
In her anthology Women Philosophers (1996), gathering work from the seventeenth century to the present day, Mary Warnock describes her as "the undoubted giant among women philosophers." Adds Professor John Haldane: "She certainly has a good claim to be the greatest woman philosopher of whom we know and to have been one of the finest philosophers of the twentieth century." (Dr.
Retired merchant banker John Haldane, 71, was walking to the green at the 382yd par-4 fourth at the exclusive Old Prestwick club in Ayrshire when he had a heart attack.
Not a great deal of what is offered here is strictly original; Feser is very frank in giving credit to authors such as David Oderberg, John Haldane, and John Wippel, among many others.
John Haldane, Maryhill, said: 'I watched the Manchester United v Lyon game the other night.
Paper, 50.00 [euro]--Analytical Thomism, since it was first proposed by John Haldane in the nineties, has attracted an important group of philosophers.
John Haldane, Maryhill, Glasgow: 'Partick Thistle won 4-0 but Armand One is terrible.
Partick fan John Haldane, Maryhill, said: 'If they're being honest, I'm sure Inverness are glad they're not going up at the moment.
In what follows, I take John Haldane's work as offering a view representative of this sort of reasoning.