Angels fear: towards an epistemology of the sacred

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Macmillan, 1987 - Philosophy - 224 pages
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Angels fear: towards an epistemology of the sacred

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Bateson was working on this book when he died in 1980 but was nowhere near completing it; his daughter added chapters and other material that she is careful to identify as her own. Those looking for a ... Read full review

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I've read such a lot in this area of thinking. Watzlawick, Wittgenstein, Spencer-Brown, even Wiener and of course Whitehead. And don't forget the difficult Wilfrid Sellars. I consider myself quite ... Read full review

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Introduction mcb gb
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The World of Mental Process gb
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Why Do You Tell Stories? mcb
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