University of Minnesota Press, c2016
- : hardcover
Originally published: 1952
Translated from the French
Includes bibliographical references and index
Unfazed by the idea of philosophy ending where science began, post-WWII French philosopher Raymond Ruyer elaborated a singular, nearly unclassifiable metaphysics and reactivated philosophy's capacity to speculate on its canonical questions: What exists? How are we to account for life? What is the status of subjectivity? And how is freedom possible?
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