The Difference of Man and the Difference it Makes [by] Mortimer J. Adler

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World Publishing, 1971 - Philosophical anthropology - 395 pages
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This philosophical analysis of the problem of "human nature" casts a strong and rare light on one of the most important questions ever asked. What is this thing called Man? In the first place he's an ... Read full review

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Excellent book, but written with careful attention to detail, with rigorous intellectual scrutiny, so not for the casual reader. Better if the reader knows something of the questions Adler addresses, and understands something about how philosophical questions are explored. Read full review

Contents

The Question About Man
3
The Possible Answers
19
The State of the Question
36
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