London, Routledge & Paul (1957)
|Abstract||Furthermore, it is not easy for most of us to accept a philosophy however well reasoned which refuses exterior reality to all we see, hear and touch about us. It is such philosophy that gives point to Valery's boutade: 'Philosophy pretends not to ...|
|Keywords||Existentialism French literature History and criticism|
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