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Author: Donald A Semisch
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Publisher: Whitmore Pub. Co (1981)

Beyond catchwords: Essays of a philosopher without portfolio by Donald A Semisch



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A philosopher is, broadly speaking; a person who is deeply interested in the pursuit of truth, while a moralist is a person who teaches human beings the distinction between what is right and what is wrong and urges them to tread the right path only. Bacon appears in this dual role in many of the essays that he has written. All these, we might say, are the observations of a list. Bacon’s object in writing this essay is manifestly to instill into the minds of his readers a love of truth. The essay, Of Friendship, is the work of a pure utilitarian.

Beyond Good and Evil confirmed Nietzsche’s position as the towering European philosopher of his ag. An interesting examination of these questions in this well loved popular philosophy book.

Greatest Hits (Sorted by Theme)  . Montaigne was a French Rennaisance philosopher noted for his merging of casual anecdotes with intellectual insight. He published his massive volume ‘essais‘, which went on to popularize and reinforce the essay as a literary genre. His influence as a philosopher was wide, and has includes many of his contemporaries, many of them appearing also on this list. Beyond Good And Evil – Nietszche.

Home Browse Books Book details, G. K. Chesterton: Philosopher without Portfolio. G. It might very well be questioned-by more than one reader -whether it is still worthwhile to write a book about an author who, it is true, profoundly influenced Anglo-American thought in the first four decades of this century, but whose productivity was so copious that it is difficult to think of it as of truly lasting value. There is a certain sense in which such a questioning is justified. As I see it, there is no reason to write another biography of G. Chesterton: that has been admirably taken care of already.

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