Gabriel Marcel's Perspectives on The Broken World
This volume presents Marcel's four-act play, The Broken World, followed by his essay Concrete Approaches to Investigating the Ontological Mystery, with commentaries by Henri Gouhier and Marcel Belay, and a companion essay by K.R. Hanley.
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A FourAct Play by Gabriel Marcel
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