What Happens to Us When We Think

What Happens to Us When We Think
State University of New York Press | July 2003 | ISBN-10: 0791457478 | 160 pages | File type: PDF | 1.03 mb

Gelven's book is an analysis of the very nature of philosophical thinking. Clearly inspired by certain canonical figures, such as Plato, Kant, and Heidegger, it is ultimately an original exploration of this theme. The author's originality and insightfulness is, perhaps, best illustrated in his analysis of the transition from childhood to adulthoodan issue that is rarely addressed by philosophers. By explicating the basic structure of this transition. Gelven shows that there is a genuinely metaphysical, rather than merely physical, psychological, or sociological aspect to the move from childhood to adulthood. Here Gelven breaks new ground.

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