Pansychism is the idea that some form of mentality and
consciousness exist in all living and nonliving things and thus
presents a challenge to an unwavering physicalist metaphysics. The
Routledge Handbook of Panpsychism covers the long history of the
subject in philosophy-from the Presocractics to the 21st
century-elucidates and synthesizes important contemporary
philosophical and scientific research in the area, and addresses
the advantages and difficulties of panpsychism as an approach to
problems in philosophy of mind. With 30 chapters written especially
for this volume by an internationally respected team of
contributors, this Handbook serves as useful starting point and
comprehensive reference for anyone interested in this promising,
growing and multidimensional field.
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