Aristotelian Arguments for Immaterial Powers: Actual Problems And Potential Solutions
Dr. Daniel DeHaan
University of Oxford
Dr Daniel D. De Haan is the Frederick Copleston Senior Research Fellow & Lecturer in Philosophy and Theology in the Catholic Tradition at Blackfriars and Campion Hall, Oxford University. His research focuses on philosophical anthropology, philosophy of mind and neuroscience, moral psychology, and the metaphysics of hylomorphism. He is the author of Necessary Existence and the Doctrine of Being in Avicenna’s Metaphysics of the Healing (Brill, 2020) and “A Heuristic for Thomist Philosophical Anthropology: Integrating Commonsense, Experiential, Experimental, and Metaphysical Psychologies,” American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 2022.