Naturalism and Philosophical Anthropology: Nature, Life, and by Phillip Honenberger

By Phillip Honenberger

what's a person? Philosophical anthropology has approached this query with strange sophistication, experimentalism, and subtlety. This quantity explores the philosophical anthropologies of Scheler, Gehlen, Plessner, and Blumenberg by way of their relevance to modern theories of nature, naturalism, natural existence, and human affairs.

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