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Means to Message: A Treatise on Truth

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Description

Every Philosophy is a Message. For conveying that message there has to be a tangible means, such as a book. Therefore, for the sake of a minimum of consistency, the philosopher’s message or system should account in full for the reality of the means.
This new book by Stanley L. Jaki aims at unfolding the consequences of this minimum for the main topics of philosophy. The necessary first topic is the objective reality of the means, or in general “objects.” Any neglect of this will result, Jaki argues, in philosophical sleights of hand that endlessly breed one another. Jaki then removes some misconceptions about clarity, as usually identified with science, and demonstrates that science as such cannot account for the reality of the means that carries its message.

Additional information

Format

PDF

Book Author

Jaki, L., Stanley

Number of Pages

233

Publisher

Co, Eerdmans, Pub

Language

English

Publication Date

1999

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