[Charles T. Wolfe’s] various essays—on materialism in historical perspective, materialism and dreams, the status of the brain, and embodiment—bring together an important idea of Wolfe’s, namely the possibility of a kind of a priori access to materialism, which he pursues by tracing the possibility of active and vital materialism from the 18th century to the present neo-materialists. Though, according to him, the right question from the start might be: Are we the heirs of Enlightenment materialism?
– Ruth E. Hagengruber
Hagengruber, Ruth Edith. “Review: Charles T. Wolfe, Lire le matérialisme.” Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2023.
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