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P. Lang, 1995 - Philosophy - 148 pages
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This work seeks to provide a place for angels. This can be done only by setting the meaning of angelic existence, knowledge, and freedom within a larger philosophical context. The presentation is more geometrico, with abundant cross-references between and within the various sections: nature, being, God, human beings, and society. It attempts to indicate the way angels relate to human beings and to the various cultural expressions of the society. It also hints at the way in which the sundry manifestations of the culture relate to individual human beings, namely like that of an angel.

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The Author: George J. Seidel is Professor of Philosophy at St. Martin's College in Lacey, Washington, where he has taught since 1962. Author of six books in the area of philosophy, his most recent work, Fichte's Wissenschaftslehre of 1794: A Commentary on Part I was published in 1993.

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