5 edition of Thinking About Being found in the catalog.
Thinking About Being
Robert W. Shahan
by University of Oklahoma Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||234|
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I believe this book marks a turning point.”―Jonathan Lear, University of Chicago “This book is the most rewarding text by a living author that I have read in years. Kimhi is a philosopher of the highest caliber. Thinking and Being is revolutionary in relation to contemporary orthodoxy by being conservative in relation to certain classical Cited by: 4.
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