C. D. Broad, "A Reply to My Critics," in
The Philosophy of C.D. Broad, edited by Paul Arthur Schilpp (New York: Tudor Publishing Company, 1959)
(I) Nature, Subdivisions, and Methods of Philosophy,
- A. "CRITICAL" AND "SPECULATIVE PHILOSOPHY"
- B. NATURE AND METHODS OF SPECULATIVE PHILOSOPHY
- (II) Philosophy and Religion,
- (III) Formation of Empirical Concepts
- A. ABSTRACTION
- B. DESCRIPTIVE IDEAS
- (IV) Substance, Process, and Causation
- A. SUBSTANCE
- B. THING AND PROCESS
- The beginning-to-exist and ceasing-to-exist of a Thing
- "Absolute Process"
- C. CAUSATION
- Epistemological Questions
- Analytical Questions
- (V) Induction and Laws of Nature
- A. LAWS OF NATURE
- B. INDUCTION
- The so-called "Problem of Induction"
- Professor Nelson's account of Inductive Argument
- Assumptions about Antecedent Probability
- The notion of "Loading"
- Induction by Simple Enumeration and the Hypothetical Method
- The Theory of "Generators"
- Necessary Conditions and Sufficient Conditions
- (VI) Time in general, and Precognition in particular,
- A. TIME IN GENERAL
- Qualitative Change and "Absolute Becoming"
- The notion of "Successive Phases"
- The theory of 2-dimensional Time.
- The Specious Present
- B. PRECOGNITION
- Professor Ducasse's "Theory Theta"
- Inter-relations of Physical Events
- Inter-relations of Experiences
- Relations of Experiences to Physical Events
- Professor Flew's Comments
- The Epistemological Objection
- The Causal Objection
- The Fatalistic Objection
- (VII) The Psychophysical Individual
- A. THE SELF AND SELF-KNOWLEDGE ACCORDING TO MCTAGGART
- B. EPIPHENOMENALISM
- C. THE "COMPOUND" THEORY
(VIII) Sense-perception and Matter
A. Professor Price's Paper
- Range of Application of the "Act-Object" Analysis
- "Appearing so-and-so" and the "Sensum Theory"
B. Professor Marc-Wogau's Paper
- Argument from Continuity
- Argument from the finite velocity of light
C. Professor Yolton's Paper
- "Phenomenalism," "Phenomenalistic Realism," and "Dualistic Realism"
- "Ontological Construction"
- The "phenomenalistic" and the "dualist" strands
- (IX) Moral Philosophy.
A. PROFESSOR FRANKENA'S QUESTIONS.
B. MORAL PHILOSOPHY AND MORAL PRACTICE
C. "OUGHT" AND "CAN"
D. THE EXISTENTIAL ACCOUNT OF HUMAN PERSONALITY.