Josef Quitterer:
Wie viel Freiheit braucht Verantwortung? Ethische Implikationen neurowissenschaftlicher Studien.
In: Zeitschrift für medizinische Ethik 52 (2006), 45-56.

Georg Gasser, Josef Quitterer, Nikolaus Wandinger, Joseph Wang
Identity through change - Why the soul has not died yet.
In: Papers of the Metanexus Conference 2006.

Winfried Löffler
Neurowissenschaften und Ethik: Was müssen wir neu (be-)denken?
In: Zeitschrift für medizinische Ethik 52 (2006), 80-90.


Bruno Niederbacher / Edmund Runggaldier (Hrsg.)
Die menschliche Seele- Brauchen wir den Dualismus?
Frankfurt: Ontos-Verlag, (Metaphysical Research, Bd. 7), 2006

Till recently dualistic conceptions of the human person were considered outdated. Lately, however, prominent philosophers revived dualistic approaches. Why do they hold dualistic positions? Was Plato a dualist? Did Aristotle need dualism? Are Christians, believing in resurrection, forced to interpret the human person dualistically? Is there are middle position between dualism and naturalism? Do naturalists and dualists share a problematic understanding of the human body? Answers to these and other questions are found in this book.
With contributions of Eleonore Stump, Richard Swinburne, Uwe Meixner, Josef Quitterer, Anselm W. Müller, Michael Bordt, Uwe Voigt, Marianne Schark, Michael-Thomas Liske, Edmund Runggaldier and Bruno Niederbacher.

Franz-Markus Peschl (Hrsg.)
Die Rolle der Seele in der Kognitions- und Neurowissenschaft
Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, (Der Begriff der Seele , Bd. 3 ), 2005
(table of contents )

Essays on the notion 'soul' by Gerhard Roth, Wolf Singer, Lüder Deecke, Josef Quitterer, Alexander Batthyany, Ansgar Beckermann, Thomas Metzinger, Alex Riegler and others are collected in this anthology.

Georg Gasser (Ed.)
How Successful is Naturalism?
Publications of the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society , (Bd. 4).
De Gruyter, 2008.


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