from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who accepts the theory of panpsychism.
  • Relating to panpsychism or to its adherents.


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  • He criticizes the use of intentional language in biology but as an atheist, an intentionality specialist, and presumably not a panpsychist, he still seems perfectly happy utilizing intentionality language in reference to human beings.

    Against Darwinism

  • If Dennett is a materialist, and he admits that subjective experience is real — and he is an anti-vitalist and anti-dualist — then he must also be a panpsychist.

    2010 February « Anglican Samizdat

  • I'm assuming your atheist friend considers natural processes to be mindless in other words, he or she is not some sort of panpsychist.

    The von Daniken School of Biblical Interpretation

  • To take another example, he thinks it important to notice that regarding the mind-body problem there are three options available to us, not two, as is usually assumed: some form of dualism, some form of the materialist view that psyche is reducible to body, and some form of the panpsychist

    Charles Hartshorne

  • Although Hartshorne and Whitehead are both political liberals, Hartshorne is, despite his view of panpsychist reality as thoroughly social, more of a libertarian liberal and Whitehead more of a redistributive liberal.

    Charles Hartshorne

  • In summary, if disenchantment is a source of environmentally destructive or uncaring attitudes, then both the aesthetic and the animist/panpsychist re-enchantment of the world are intended to offer an antidote to such attitudes, and perhaps also inspirations for new forms of managing and designing for sustainability.

    Environmental Ethics

  • Instead of bulldozing away old suburbs and derelict factories, the synergistic panpsychist sees these artefacts as themselves part of the living cosmos, hence part of what is to be respected.

    Environmental Ethics

  • Another alternative that I find very attractive is some strain of the vitalist/idealist/panpsychist/panentheistic worldview.

    Another Chink in a Worldview's Armor?

  • This is fully compatible with a vitalist/idealist/panpsychist view that has become a strong player in consciousness explorations.

    Alpha Centauri U., BioEvolution 7314

  • (For some arguments regarding panpsychist ontology see the writings of David Chalmers, Rupert Sheldrake and Hans Moravec).

    Review - Orphans Of Chaos, by John C. Wright


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