Thinking in the Ruins: Wittgenstein and Santayana on Contingency

Vanderbilt University Press (2000)
Thinking in the Ruins will enhance our understanding of the intellectual accomplishments of monumental thinkers Ludwig Wittgenstein and George Santayana, showing how each influenced subsequent American philosophers. The book also serves as a call to philosophers to look beyond traditional classifications to the substance of philosophical thought.
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Call number B3376.W564.H63 2000
ISBN(s) 0826513417   9780826513410  
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