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Philosophy of existence.

Author: John Micallef
Publisher: New York, Philosophical Library [1969]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book is a systematic analysis of the features of existence as the ground for a philosophy of co-existence. The author presents the encounter of the 'self' with the 'other' in the space-time context in search of identity. His analysis is thorough-going and exhaustive. He eschews the traditional method of proving the truth or worth of a philosophical system -- applying rules of logic or axioms of evidence -- and  Read more...
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Micallef, John, 1923-
Philosophy of existence.
New York, Philosophical Library [1969]
(OCoLC)613105287
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Micallef
OCLC Number: 11838
Description: xi, 235 pages illustrations 22 cm

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"This book is a systematic analysis of the features of existence as the ground for a philosophy of co-existence. The author presents the encounter of the 'self' with the 'other' in the space-time context in search of identity. His analysis is thorough-going and exhaustive. He eschews the traditional method of proving the truth or worth of a philosophical system -- applying rules of logic or axioms of evidence -- and instead proves the truth of existentialism by testing existence against existence itself, on all levels that such existence is manifested. The book, then, is structured on the manifestation of existence as it is experienced in everything that exists, and, as such, is an extremely significant addition to the literature of existentialism, as well as a very valuable course-book in the basic elements of existential philosophy." [Book jacket].

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