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"It is hard to put this profound book into a category. Despite the author's criticisms of Thoreau, it is more like Walden than any other book I have read. . . . The book makes great strides toward bringing the best insights from medieval philosophy and from contemporary environmental ethics together. Anyone interested in both of these areas must read this book."--Daniel A. Dombrowski, The Thomist "Those who share Kohák's concern to understand nature as other than a mere resource or matter in motion will find his temporally oriented interpretation of nature instructive. It is here in particular that Kohák turns moments of experience to account philosophically, turning what we habitually…
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 11/15/1987
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|Physis The Gift of the Night The Gift of the Word The Gift of the Moral Law|
|Humanitas A Human's Place in Nature Of Humans and Persons A Philosophy of Personalism|
|Skepsis The Shadow of Doubt The Spell of the Demon The Vertigo of History|
|Credo Nature's God and Mine Being, Time, and Eternity The Days of Our Years Postscriptum|
|Index of Names Index of Topics|