A Pluralistic Universe - Hibbert lectures at Manchester College on the present situation in Philosophy


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Nice to read. It's really philosophy. It's about changing how you see the world.


LECTURE I - THE TYPES OF PalL060PBIC THINKING

Our age is growing philosophicaal again.
The torch of learning passes from land to land as the spirit bloweth the flame.

Reduced to their most pregnant difference, empiricism means the habit of explaining wholes by parts, and rationalism meam the habit of explaining parts by woles.

The aim of knowledge, says Hegel, 'is to divest the objective world of its strangeness, and to make us more at home in it'.