|Abstract||Physics and metaphysics (with a letter from K.R. Popper) -- Relation between cause and effect (with a letter from V. Tonini) -- Chance or finality? (with two letters from L. Pauling and two from J. Eccles) -- The individual and metaphysics : life existentalism and the mystery of life (with a letter from H. Von Balthasar) -- The hidden roots of pain (with a letter from P. Pavan).|
|Keywords||Metaphysics Science Philosophy|
|Call number||BD111.P46 1992|
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