2 edition of Philosophico-scientific problems found in the catalog.
Pierre Henri von Laer
|Statement||translated by Henry J. Koren.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 168 p.|
|Number of Pages||168|
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by P. Henry Van Laer and Henry J. Koren |. Sep 01, · Freud's Theory of Dreams: A Philosophico-Scientific Perspective evaluates Freud's theory of dreams in light of the many philosophical and scientific criticisms that /5. Van Laer, The Philosophy of science [Book Review] E. Namer.
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The question ‘What is life?’ has become a philosophico-scientific problem. in the area of contemporary philosophico-scientific problems, and at Plato, Newton, Popper and the so-called Romantic philosophy of at the same time is an indispensable minimum of knowledge for the.
This Being, which transcends the world, is called God.^^ This God of the philosophers has to be identified with the God of revelation, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. God's existence may be discovered also, as it was done by New- man, by reflecting on the existence of moral categories or man's con.
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Jun 25, · Implicit in this is a kind of philosophico-scientific attitude, found in the personal style if not the stated conviction of even the most postmodern or poststructuralist of scholars, that the work of discovering the truth is too vital to be compromised by sentimentality or manners.
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