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eBook International Library of Philosophy: What is Value?: An Essay in Philosophical Analysis (Volume 56) ePub

by Everett W. Hall

  • ISBN: 0415225396
  • Category: Humanities
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  • Author: Everett W. Hall
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (November 30, 2000)
  • Pages: 270
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1. Published by Routledge (2000). ISBN 10: 0415225396 ISBN 13: 9780415225397.

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Home Browse Books Book details, What Is Value? . A glance at the section-headings of the ensuing essay will show the reader that, like the title, they all have the form of questions.

Home Browse Books Book details, What Is Value? An Essay in Philosophical Analysis. It is not assumed that this device will materially increase the sale of the present work. Although the whole literate world is vitally interested in bringing to a settlement the current strife of various incompatible systems of values, only a very few people will, or perhaps can, take the time to make the logically prior investigation as to what value - any value whatever - is.

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Part I: What is Philosophy? . The book's apparent simplicity easily belies its sophistication. Offers a general survey of philosophy as well as a focused attack on materialism and relativism.

Part I: What is Philosophy?:. 1. The Origins of Philosophy. 2. The Contemporary Situation. Trigg's opening chapter cleverly sets the scenefor what follows as well as providing useful background on the emergence of Western philosophy. This is an excellent book. Science and Christian Belief. Concentrates on the problem of obtaining knowledge about the nature of reality, particularly through science. Isolates and elucidates the presuppositions of modern science.

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