- Title Pages
- Editions and Abbreviations
- Dreamers and Madmen
- The Second Meditation and Objections to Cartesian Dualism
- Back to the Ontological Argument
- The Mind‐Body Union, Interaction, and Subsumption
- The Strange Hybridity of Spinoza's <i>Ethics</i>
- “A Free Man Thinks of Nothing Less Than of Death”
- Reflections on the Masham‐Leibniz Correspondence
- Locke and the Nature of Matter
- God and Matter in Locke
- Berkeley, God, and Explanation
- Occasionalism and Strict Mechanism
- Kant on Causality
- Kant on Science and Experience
- (p.3) Introduction
- Early Modern Philosophy
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