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Herbert Wallace Schneider (March 16, 1892 – October 15, 1984) was a German American professor of philosophy and a religious studies scholar long associated with Columbia University. Born in Berea, Ohio, Schneider completed his undergraduate and graduate education at Columbia, going on to teach at that school for many years
Arguments are clearly and concisely stated, and Rescher's own "deontological" or "chastened utilitarianism" is sharply outlined.
Quigley tests these hypotheses by a detailed analysis of five major civilizations: the Mesopotamian, the Canaanite, the Minoan, the classical, and the Western.
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The philosophical analysis that grew up in Cambridge under the leadership of Whitehead, russel and Moore, the sophisticated . The present work treats of several aspects of American philosophy in their historical perspective.
The philosophical analysis that grew up in Cambridge under the leadership of Whitehead, russel and Moore, the sophisticated, modernized versions of Catholic scholasticism from Paris and the the schools of value theory, existentialism, phenomenology, logical positivism, psychoanalysis, and socialism from Vienna-these are now pervasive forces in American culture. The author has interpreted philosophically the revolutionary changes that recent years have brought in the domain of education, church, politics, natural sciences etc.
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combines philosophical analysis with historical background. includes a helpful detailed guide to further reading and an extensive bibliography. All students of medieval philosophy, medieval history, theology or religion will find this necessary reading.