Year of manufacture: 1956
Author: Ralph Barton Perry
Genre: Philosophy (scientific publication)
Publisher: George Braziller Inc.
Number of Pages: 198
Ralph Barton Perry, one of the founders of American neo-realism, explores the concept of man, viewing it as a phenomenon of culture, generated by the development of science and technology in modern times. Various versions of the concept of man in various philosophical systems are considered, moral requirements, the following, the connection of humanism with the notion of freedom, the relation of humanism and religion.
For specialists in philosophy.
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