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Recommended Reading:Gilbert Ryle, (Chicago, 2000).

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Only the then survives as an foundation for knowledge.

It is also possible that the EAT will refer our case to the Court of Justice of the European Union for clarification of one issue of European law: if a discriminatory provision is introduced for political reasons, what evidence must the Government offer to justify it, and how should the court balance the political need against the damage that it does to employees who are discriminated against?

maintained that mental states can be wholly  as dispositions of human bodies.

(b) The ‘consciousness' account: The view that consciousness is thesubstance. Account (a) allowed the immaterial substance to have anature over and above the kinds of state we would regard as mental. Theconsciousness account does not. This is Descartes' view. The mostobvious objection to this theory is that it does not allow the subjectto exist when unconscious. This forces one to take one of four possibletheories. One could claim (i) that we are conscious when we do not seemto be (which was Descartes' view): or (ii) that we existintermittently, though are still the same thing (which is Swinburne'stheory, (1997), 179): or (iii) that each of us consists of a series ofsubstances, changed at any break in consciousness, which pushes onetowards a constructivist account of identity through time and sotowards the spirit of the bundle theory: or (iv) even morespeculatively, that the self stands in such a relation to the normaltime series that its own continued existence is not brought intoquestion by its failure to be present in time at those moments when itis not conscious within that series (Robinson, forthcoming).

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It is common for modern Aristotelians, who otherwise have a high viewof Aristotle's relevance to modern philosophy, to treat this argumentas being of purely historical interest, and not essential toAristotle's system as a whole. They emphasize that he was not a‘Cartesian’ dualist, because the intellect is an aspect ofthe soul and the soul is the form of the body, not a separatesubstance. Kenny (1989) argues that Aristotle's theory of mind as formgives him an account similar to Ryle (1949), for it makes the soulequivalent to the dispositions possessed by a living body. This‘anti-Cartesian’ approach to Aristotle arguably ignoresthe fact that, for Aristotle, the form is the substance.

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The identification of form and substance is a feature of Aristotle'ssystem that Aquinas effectively exploits in this context, identifyingsoul, intellect and form, and treating them as a substance. (See, forexample, Aquinas (1912), Part I, questions 75 and 76.) But though theform (and, hence, the intellect with which it is identical) are thesubstance of the human person, they are not the person itself. Aquinassays that when one addresses prayers to a saint—other than theBlessed Virgin Mary, who is believed to retain her body in heaven andis, therefore, always a complete person—one should say, not, forexample, ‘Saint Peter pray for us', but ‘soul of SaintPeter pray for us'. The soul, though an immaterial substance, is theperson only when united with its body. Without the body, those aspectsof its personal memory that depend on images (which are held to becorporeal) will be lost.(See Aquinas (1912), Part I, question 89.)

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Du Bois on Race and Culture: Philosophy, Politics, and Poetics, ed.

The EAT also agreed with our argument that the transitional arrangements potentially discriminate on the grounds of sex and race because female and B&EMM members are disproportionately likely to be younger. That issue has also been remitted to the Employment Tribunal for further consideration.