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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Adler, Mortimer Jerome, 1902-2001.
Difference of man and the difference it makes.
New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mortimer Jerome Adler
|Notes:||"Based on the [2d ser. of] Encyclopaedia Britannica lectures delivered [by the author] at the University of Chicago, 1966."|
|Description:||xvi, 395 pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||The question about man --
The possible answers --
The state of the question, past, present, and future --
The philosophers give all the answers and establish none --
Why Darwin answered the question as he did --
The line drawn by the fossils --
The laboratory findings and their interpretation --
The pivotal fact: human speech --
The pivotal issue: language and thought --
Resolution of the pivotal issue: the negative argument --
Resolution of the pivotal issue: the positive argument --
The efforts of the philosophers to resolve the one issue that remains --
The three prongs of the Cartesian challenge --
The third prong: from Descartes to Turing --
The future resolution of the one remaining issue --
To whom it makes a difference --
The consequences for action --
The consequences for thought.
|Other Titles:||Encyclopaedia Britannica.|
|Responsibility:||Mortimer J. Adler.|