Selected Writings of Richard McKeon: Volume One: Philosophy, Science, and Culture

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University of Chicago Press, 28 mrt. 1998 - 522 pagina's
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Richard McKeon enjoys an enviable reputation as an erudite historian of ideas and exegete of philosophic texts. However, the originality and scope of his achievement as a systematic philosopher are less widely known. In this ambitious three-volume edition, of which Philosophy, Science, and Culture is the first, a selection of McKeon's writings will be collected to showcase his distinctive approach to the analysis of discourse. Volume I covers philosophic theory through his writings on first philosophy (metaphysics) and the methods and principles of the sciences, Volume II examines philosophic arts through his writings on aesthetics and forms of discourse as a whole, and Volume III looks at philosophic practice through his writings on world community and the relations of cultures.

Philosophy, Science, and Culture covers topics that range from philosophic semantics to the processes of the sciences to the forms of human rights. This collection makes McKeon's mission as a philosopher unmistakable. He characterized himself as a philosophic pluralist; he was an American philosopher in the tradition of the pragmatists, one whose philosophy subtly resonates with C. S. Peirce and John Dewey. McKeon also explored the themes of deconstructionism and other late-twentieth-century philosophies decades before their popular emergence—but, in generating a matrix of possibilities for productive debate, he avoided both relativism and the entrapments of dogmatism.

An important collection of his writings, this series will establish Richard McKeon as one of the foremost philosophers of the twentieth century.

Richard McKeon (1900-1985) taught philosophy at the University of Chicago from 1935 to 1973, and at the time of his death had published eleven books and 158 articles on an extraordinary array of topics and cultures. Among his many national and international distinctions, he was awarded the highest honor of the American Philosophical Association when he was invited to give the Paul Carus Lectures in New York in 1965.
 

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Selected writings of Richard McKeon

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General Introduction by Zabava K McKeon
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Philosophy as a Humanism
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A Philosopher Meditates on Discovery
41
Scientific and Philosophic Revolutions
61
Process and Function
82
Philosophy and Theology History and Science in the Thought of Bonaventura and Thomas Aquinas
112
Rhetoric and Poetic in the Philosophy of Aristotle
137
The Hellenistic and Roman Foundations of the Tradition of Aristotle in the West
304
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307
Democracy Scientific Method and Artion
335
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337
424
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139
382
Communication Truth and Society
394
Philosophy and Artion
406

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163
Philosophy and the Development of Scientific Methods
165
Philosophy and Method
183
Philosophic Semantics and Philosophic Inquiry
209
Experience and Metaphysics
222
The Flight from Certainty and the Quest for Precision
229
Being Existence and That Which Is
244
Aristotles Conception of the Development and the Nature of Scientific Method
256
Aristotle and the Origins of Science in the West
290
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414
Fact and Value in the Philosophy of Culture
429
Facts Values and Artions
436
Philosophy and History in the Development of Human Rights
447
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448
Philosophy as an Agent of Civilization
468
Name and Title Index
483
Subject Index
491
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Over de auteur (1998)

Richard McKeon (1900–85) was the Charles F. Grey Distinguished Service Professor of Philosophy and Classics at the University of Chicago.

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