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What is Philosophy?: Embodiment, Signification, Ideality

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What is Philosophy?: Embodiment, Signification, Ideality
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Publisher: re.press
ISBN/ASIN: 0992373409
ISBN-13: 9780992373405
Number of pages: 340

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The enterprise of philosophy has been under sustained attack throughout the 20th century, not just by the sciences and allied cultural forces but within the traditions of analytic and Continental thought themselves. This work attempts to diagnose the roots of these assaults on the enterprise of philosophy and responds to them by developing a new constructive and systematic 'image of philosophy.'

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