Review of Metaphysics 32 (1):161-162 (1978)

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To a field of study not intensively cultivated by Marxists, Wikse contributes a criticism of what he calls "idiocy," the tendency to regard the self as private property. Whereas earlier writers like L. Sève or A. Schaff focused principally upon psychological and philosophical theories of the person, Wikse directs attention rather to experience, his own and that of others, mainly as this is reflected in language.
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest
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