The main goals of this volume are, first, to extend and deepen the contemporary Anglophone discussion of philosophical anthropology; and, second, to do so as a contribution to contemporary discussions of naturalism, broadly construed. The main purpose of this Introduction is to elucidate and motivate these goals, as well as to provide an overview of the chapters that follow. I fulfill that purpose in three stages: first, a brief clarification of the meaning of the volume's title and the motives for its selection; second, a cursory historical and thematic introduction to the volume's main theme, philosophical anthropology; and, third, an overview of individual chapters.
Honenberger, P. (2016)., Introduction, in P. Honenberger (ed.), Naturalism and philosophical anthropology, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-26.
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