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by William T Blackstone
Author: William T Blackstone
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston (1971)
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Recommended reading for essays and examination. C. The Four Causes: Meaning and Purpose in Nature. Bertrand Russell, History of Western Philosophy. Book 2, chapter 4, Saint Augustine’s Philosophy and Theology. 9. D. Politics as the supreme practical science. 352-358 in the English text, about 7 pages of this long chapter. Chadwick, The Development of Latin Christian Thought: The Early Church, 213-236, The Reader.
Meaning and Existence : Introductory Readings in Philosophy
Meaning and Existence : Introductory Readings in Philosophy.
Introductory Readings. Russell/Whitehead, Frege and Brouwer) and contemporary movements. Primary Texts (Books).