An Introduction to Contemporary German Philosophy

Cambridge [Eng.]The University Press (1935)
Werner Brock. was concerned equally with nature and with human life and was striving to explore the reality of all that exists, philosophy met with a serious crisis. For a fundamental issue arose: must philosophy be merged in science or has it ...
Keywords Philosophy, German  Philosophy, Modern
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