A Century of Philosophy
A philosophical and historical testament to the 20th century, this volume consists of a series of interviews conducted in 1999/2000 between the centenarian Hans Georg Gadamer in Conversation with Riccardo Dottori and his former assistant and associate of over 30 years, Riccardo Dottori.
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A Philosophy of Finitude
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