The Person: Readings in Human Nature

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William O. Stephens
Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005 - Philosophy - 415 pages
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For courses in Introductory Philosophy and Philosophy of Man and Human Nature.

 

The vitally important concept of the "person" is featured in this anthology of readings from the history of Western philosophy.  This text which is philosophically more serious yet still reader-friendly, offers a variety of authors and a wide historical scope in the Philosophy of Human Nature market that generally neglects this topic.

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Contents

Nonhuman Persons and Human NonPersons
26
of the Person 38
38
St Thomas Aquinas
47
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

William O. Stephens is a Professor of Philosophy and of Classical & Near Eastern Studies at Creighton University, Nebraska, USA.

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