Review of Metaphysics 45 (1):124-125 (1991)

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Jeremiah Hackett
University of South Carolina
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Marjorie Grene's essays dealing with twentieth-century European philosophy are, as she informs the reader, "written from something like 'a continental' point of view." She also informs the reader that these collected essays, written at various times between 1938 and 1974, are a form of philosophical journalism. If it is journalism, then, it is journalism of a high quality. The book may also serve as a kind of record of the itinerarium mentis of a very lively and perceptive reader of philosophy in both continental and in modern American forms.
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest
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