Table of contents for Plotinus on self : the philosophy of the 'We' / Pauliina Remes.


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Introduction; Part I. The Endowed Structures of Selfhood: 1. Two lives, two identities: the ontological and anthropological setting; 1.1.Temporal particulars; 1.2. Human individuals and individuality; 2. The conscious centre; 2.1. From proprioception to self-consciousness; 2.2. Mental connectedness; 3. The rational self and its knowledge of itself; 3.1. The powers of intellect and reason; 3.2. Self-knowledge of the thinking thing; Part II. Constructing the Self: Between the World and the Ideal: 4. Sculpting your self: self-control, self-determination and self-constitution; 4.1. Free will and self-determination; 4.2. Therapy of emotions and what is up to us; 5. Action and other people: the self as a citizen of two communities; 6. Losing the limits of the self?; Conclusion.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Plotinus.
Self (Philosophy)