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Beyond Experience: Metaphysical Theories and Philosophical Constraints (Toronto Studies in Philosophy) ebook

by Norman Swartz


Series: Toronto Studies in Philosophy. Paperback: 449 pages

Series: Toronto Studies in Philosophy. Paperback: 449 pages. He offers various theories, points out issues, objections and advantages of each of them and allows the reader to draw his or her own conclusions. It is a pleasure to read the non-lecturing, easy-to-understand style, but this is not a lightweight book.

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Beyond ExperienceShedding light on a subject that too often seems mysterious and remote, Norman . Swartz's own preference is for what he calls 'negative' theories, those that try to solve metaphysical problems without recourse to entities foreign to science.

Beyond ExperienceShedding light on a subject that too often seems mysterious and remote, Norman Swartz puts a human face on the study of metaphysics. Indeed, one thesis running throughout the book is that metaphysics and science are not separable disciplines but are merely different facets of one and the same discipline.

The present book is an exception to this rule Save. But we will pause here to examine the concept of theory itself.

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Start by marking Beyond Experience: Metaphysical Theories and Philosophical Constraints as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Shedding light on a subject that too often seems mysterious and remote, Norman Swartz puts a human face on the study of metaphysics. Far from being the exclusive handiwork of professional philosophers, Swartz argues, metaphysical theories lie just below the surface of every person's own world-view. He uses a number of case studies and an occasional appeal to Shedding light on a subject that too often seems mysterious and remote, Norman Swartz puts a human face on the study of metaphysics.

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Norman Swartz (born 1939) is a professor emeritus (retired 1998) of philosophy, Simon Fraser University. He is the author or co-author of multiple books and multiple articles on the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. in physics from Harvard University in 1961, an . in history and philosophy of science from Indiana University in 1965 and a P. in history of philosophy of science in 1971 also from Indiana University

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Beyond Experience: Metaphysical Theories and Philosophical Constraints (Toronto Studies in Philosophy) ebook
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