Year of manufacture: 1936
Posted by Edward Gleason Spaulding
Genre: Philosophy (scientific publication)
Number of Pages: 341
The American philosopher Edward Gleason Spolding builds his picture of the world, based on the idea that universal determinism does not dominate the world and the world is open to chance - the source of danger, but at the same time the source of the new. The concept of randomness is first introduced here in philosophical discourse and becomes the basis for analyzing the work of consciousness, the processes of cognition, and for constructing a new theory of values that is adequate to contemporary cultural conditions.
For philosophers and historians of philosophy.
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