Year of manufacture: 1950
Author: Ralph Barton Perry
Genre: Philosophy (scientific publication)
Publisher: Harvard University press
Number of Pages: 729
In the book of one of the founders of American neo-realism Ralph Barton Perry, the concept of value is analyzed, as it is represented in the Western philosophical tradition. The concepts of value, interest, their place in culture and role in the social system are considered.
For specialists in philosophy.
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