Atlantic Highlands, NJ, USA: Humanities Press (1995)
AbstractAddresses the meaning of rationality. The author argues that common conceptions of this notion are founded upon dubious myths of reason; and that systematic approaches to rational understanding are inherently limited by denying the cognitive value of myth and metaphor.
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