Eric Weil: A Fresh Look at Philosophy

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University Press of America, 1987 - Philosophy - 186 pages
Presents a summary of the philosophical views of French thinker Eric Weil. The major innovation of Weil's discourse is to embody absolute knowledge in the discourse of such categories as truth, discussion, object, self, God, condition, consciousness, intelligence, personality, the absolute, the unmediated particular, the finite, action, meaning, and wisdom.

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William Kluback is Professor of Philosophy at City University of New York in Brooklyn.

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