Reason, Method, and Value: A Reader on the Philosophy of Nicholas Rescher

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Dale Jacquette
Walter de Gruyter, May 2, 2013 - Philosophy - 643 pages
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Rescher’s writings cover virtually every area of the subject and develop a philosophical system that has been characterized as unique in the present era for its comprehensiveness. This series presents studies designed to facilitate access to the ideas of this important contemporary thinker.

 

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Contents

NICHOLAS RESCHERS SYSTEMATIC PHILOSOPHY IntroductionDale Jacquette
1
Part I THEORY OF INQUIRY
19
Part II LOGIC AND PARADOX
123
Part III SCIENCE AND ITS LIMITS
225
Part IV METAPHYSICS
355
Part V ETHICAL AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY
455
Part VI PHILOSOPHICAL SYSTEMATIZATION
547
BOOKS BY NICHOLAS RESCHER
633
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