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By Peter Unger

ISBN-10: 0195155610

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This daring and unique paintings of philosophy offers an exhilarating new photograph of concrete truth. Peter Unger provocatively breaks with what he phrases the conservatism of present-day philosophy, and returns to important topics from Descartes, Locke, Berkeley, Hume and Russell. Wiping the slate fresh, Unger works, from the floor up, to formulate a brand new metaphysic able to accommodating our enormously human viewpoint. He proposes a global with inherently strong details of 2 simple types: one psychological yet now not actual, the opposite actual yet now not psychological. even if of 1 type or the opposite, every one person possesses powers for picking his or her personal direction, in addition to powers for interplay with different contributors. it is just a only psychological particular--an immaterial soul, like yourself--that is ever healthy for actual deciding on, or for awake experiencing. conscientiously reasoning that the one passable metaphysic is one who situates the actual along the non-physical, Unger rigorously explains the genesis of, and continuous interplay of, the 2 facets of our deeply dualistic global. Written in an obtainable and pleasing sort, whereas advancing philosophical scholarship, all of the energy on this planet takes readers on a philosophical trip into the character of truth. during this riveting highbrow experience, Unger unearths the necessity for a wholly novel method of the character of actual reality--and indicates how this strategy can result in entirely unforeseen probabilities, together with disembodied human life for billions of years. the entire energy on the earth returns philosophy to its such a lot bold roots in its fearless try and solution profoundly tough human questions on ourselves and our international.

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