The Force of Reason and the Logic of Force
Graduate studies at Western
Palgrave Macmillan (2004)
|Abstract||The Force of Reason and the Logic of Force investigates the concept of force through various "episodes" in the history of philosophy. The author argues that force arises on the basis of the distinction of reality and mere appearance. The book looks at figures who reduce force to something other than itself as well as figures who develop a "logic of force" that allows them to trace the operation of force without such a reduction.|
|Keywords||Violence History Power (Philosophy History|
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|Call number||B105.V5.L44 2004|
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