The Mass Grave Beneath the Magdeburg Cathedral

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When the conclusions of nuclear physicists are taken into account--especially their studies on atomic particles--the problem of the reality of the material world and how much can be known about it is confronted with new challenges. In the philosophical system of “necessity” and the “necessary being”. This course provides an introduction to philosophy though a consideration of the extraordinary diversity of its historical pedagogical practices and literary (and non-literary) forms and genres. “Philosophy” has been everything from a way of life to an academic profession, and “philosophizing” has been conducted in such forms and genres as Socratic conversation, scholastic debate, lectures, group discussions, dialogues, aphorisms, fables, poetry, meditations, novels, reviews, essays, treatises, music, and more.

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Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (December 13, 2012)

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