Ways of Worldmaking

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Hackett Publishing, 1978 - Philosophy - 148 pages
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Provides a workable notion of the kinds of skills and capacities that are central for those who work in the arts.
 

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Although new to all of this, I find it highly applicable in my study of "politics of space." In both instances, I am attempting to link such to history as critical social theory of South African post-1994 society in an attempt to understand the ever-increasing ANC-ification of our every-day life.
ChristoEngelbrecht
Kleinemonde East
South Africa
See also <independent.academia.edu.christoengelbrecht/papers>
 

Contents

VI
22
Exceptions Taken
23
Verbal Quotation
41
A PUZZLE ABOUT PERCEPTION
71
THE FABRICATION OF FACTS
91
vii
109
Convention and Content I 16
116
Veracity and Validity
125
The Fair Sample
133
37
143
71
145
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Nelson Goodman is Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus, Harvard University.

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