A history of the quest for philosophical clarity from Descarte to Wittgenstein : "we can only understand what we ourselves have made" /
This work examines the philosophical positions of the canonical thinkers of the Western tradition from Descartes to Wittgenstein. It argues that philosophical discourse becomes confused whenever it has no explicit semantic basis.
|Main Author:||Roscoe, John, 1947-|
Lewiston, N.Y. :
Edwin Mellen Press,
History of the quest for philosophical clarity from Descarte to Wittgenstein.
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|Check holdings at Paniza Library, AUBG||Call Number:||
B791 .R76 2011eb