Volume 15 · Number 2 · Pages 175–177
That Which Must not, Can not Be

Michael Schorner

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Abstract

Open peer commentary on the article “Why Josef Mitterer’s Non-Dualism Is Inconsistent” by Stefan Weber. Abstract: I show that the issues raised in Weber’s target article are based on an inaccurate account of the history of philosophy and a questionable interpretation of non-dualism.

Handling Editor: Alexander Riegler (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

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Schorner M. (2020) That which must not, can not be. Constructivist Foundations 15(2): 175–177. https://constructivist.info/15/2/175

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Mitterer J. (2011) Das Jenseits der Philosophie. Wider das dualistische Erkenntnisprinzip [The beyond of philosophy: Against the dualistic principle of cognition]. Reprint of the original edition from 1992 with a new afterword. Velbrück Wissenschaft, Weilerswist. ▸︎ Google︎ Scholar
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