Important Scientists and Philosophers of Our Times

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Buch & Media, 2010 - Philosophy, Modern - 89 pages
The aim of philosophical doctrine is the lecture about the remarkable of new world aspects as they have developed in the present time. The fall can be compared with Kant's Copernican Turn.

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About the author (2010)

Gerhard Wilczek was born in Gera (Thuringen) in 1930 and worked as a teacher at secondary schools in Munich and Ingolstadt. Moreover he gave lectures at adult education schools in Ingolstadt and Eichstatt. The author has published several works dealing with philosophical and historical topics. Earlier publications of the author are "The red belief," "Epistemology of Lenin," "Main questions of philosophy," "World-investigations," "Being and existence," "Natural scenes and metaphysics," "Little world history of philosophy," "Life and death," "Meditations" and other writings.

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