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Under this system of depersonalization, the person is already "dead." In 335 Aristotle returned to Athens and founded a school of philosophy and rhetoric, the Lyceum. This couldn’t be further from the truth. It is customary to distinguish between two main factions in early modern epistemology: the empiricists on the one hand and the rationalists on the other. Not only has Copleston published numerous monographs, but also his writing has been excerpted and collected in everything from texts of introductory readings to volumes of essays about specialized, technical philosophical issues.

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Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers (June 1, 1999)

ISBN: 9004114947

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