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Human Nature and Human Values - Interpreting Isaiah Berlin

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Human Nature and Human Values - Interpreting Isaiah Berlin

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Human Nature and Human Values - Interpreting Isaiah Berlin by Norman COLES
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Subject - Philosophy The mature thought of the political philosopher, Isaiah Berlin, is shot through with reflections on central human values and on humanness. But how does Berlin know they are central? And that the traits and limits of humanness are as he believes them to be? These questions are explored in this short, and accessible analysis. Considering insights of many kinds - political, metaphysical, and religious - a reading of Berlin's views is given which is surprising but shows them to be compelling, defensible, and of continuing importance. This book argues for an interpretation of Berlin's views that will interest students of politics, philosophy and religions, in particular Buddhism, Christianity and Judaism, although Berlin had no religious, confessional, beliefs as such.
Release date NZ
August 4th, 2004
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Egerton House Publishing
Pages
268
Dimensions
140x216x15
ISBN-13
9780954627546
Product ID
1838548

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