Oxford University Press (2002)
|Abstract||This second and extended edition of Priest's classic includes new chapters on Heidegger and Nagarjuna, as well as reflections on reactions to the first edition. Praise for previous edition: "a splendid tour de force, one which should be read by every philosopher..."--Philosophical Quarterly "[H]ighly entertaining and provocative...an engaging and instructive tour through some of the most perplexing features of our own conceptual finitude..."--TLS.|
|Keywords||Limit (Logic Concepts|
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|Call number||BC199.L54.P75 2002|
|ISBN(s)||0199254052 0199244219 9780199254057|
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