Roger Trigg, Philosophy Matters (Oxford: Blackwell, 2002) [Book Review]

Think 1 (3):107-111 (2003)
Michael Lacewing
Heythrop College
The fundamental premise of Trigg's book is that philosophy is an irreplaceable discipline, and Trigg seeks to defend it from the Scylla of scientism and the Charibdis of relativism. His bold tone will engage many readers in the challenges he discusses.
Keywords Roger Trigg  Scientism  Relativism
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DOI 10.1017/S147717560000052X
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