C.D. Broad's Ontology of Mind
DescriptionC. D. Broads' this book considers most representative work, namely, The Mind and Its Place in Nature. Oaklander considers what Broad has to say about such fundamental issues as substance, universals, relations, space, time, and intentionality in the contexts of perception, memory and introspection.
L. Nathan Oaklander studied philosophy at the university of Iowa. He is a student of Gustav Bergmann, one of the most distinguished ontologist in twentieth-century philosophy. Oaklander is professor of philosophy at the university of Michigan-Flint. He is president of the Philosophy of Time Society, editor of the journal CHRONOS, and one of the most distinguished philosophers in the area of ontology and philosophy of time.