The Felt Meanings of the World: A Metaphysics of Feeling

Purdue University Press (1986)
In a critical dialogue with the metaphysical tradition from Plato to Hegel to contemporary schools of thought, the author convincingly argues that traditional rationalist metaphysics has failed to accomplish its goal of demonstrating the existence of a di.
Keywords Emotions (Philosophy  Metaphysics
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Call number B105.E46.S65 1986
ISBN(s) 0911198768   9780911198768  
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