Philosophical Essays

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1998 - 213 sivua
Antony Flew is one of the most well-known and respected philosophers alive today. In Philosophical Essays, twelve of Flew's most significant works are gathered together for the first time, creating a unique and valuable collection. The book begins with a new autobiographical sketch of Flew's life and career. In addition to some of the distinguished scholar's most influential and famous articles, Philosophical Essays includes a number of rare works that have not been available to a wide audience until now. This important book will be an essential addition to the library of any philosopher.
 

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Introduction
1
Oxford Linguistic Philosophy
13
Philosophy and Language
23
Theology and Falsification
41
Locke and the Problem of Personal Identity
61
Private Images and Public Language
81
What Impressions of Necessity?
107
Responding to Platos Thrasymachus
117
The Philosophical Foundations
129
Russells Judgment on Bolshevism
143
Stephen Hawking and the Mind of God
175
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Antony Flew is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Reading in England. He is the author of more than twenty books, including Hume's Philosophy of Belief (Routledge). John Shosky is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at American University. He is the editor of Philosophy, Theology, and Justice: Essays on the Philosophy of Antony Flew.

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