Nagel, Thomas

Nagel, Thomas

(1937–  ) philosopher; born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. After receiving a Harvard doctorate (1963), he taught at the University of California: Berkeley (1963–66) and Princeton (1966–80), then became a professor and department chairman at New York University. His specialties include ethics, philosophy of mind, and ancient philosophy; his books include Mortal Questions (1978).
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Nagel, Thomas. "An Invitation to Hand-Wringing." London Review of Books 36, no.
Nagel, Thomas, The Possibility of Altruism (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1970)
Nagel, Thomas, 'What Is It Like to Be a Bat?' (1974) 83(4) Philosophical Review 435
NAGEL, Thomas. Mind and Cosmos: Why the Materialist Neo-Darwinian Conception of Nature Is Almost Certainly False.
Nagel, Thomas, (2002), Concealment and Exposure, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Nagel, Thomas. "What Is It Like to Be a Bat?" Philosophical Review 83 (1974): 435-450.
(2) MURPHY, Liam; NAGEL, Thomas. O mito da propriedade: os impostos e a justica.
(31) Cf., MURPHY, Liam; NAGEL, Thomas. O mito., cit.
(11) MURPHY, Liam e NAGEL, Thomas. O mito da propriedade--os impostos e a justica.
149-150; e MURPHY, Liam e NAGEL, Thomas. O mito da propriedade, p.
NAGEL, Thomas. Other Minds: Critical Essays, 1969-1994.