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Series: Avebury Series in Philosophy.
Series: Avebury Series in Philosophy. Hardcover: 168 pages. Publisher: Avebury (July 1, 1991). ISBN-13: 978-1856280433. Product Dimensions: . x . x 9 inches. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Careers. Hardcover: 173 pages.
David Holbrook was born in Norwich in 1923
David Holbrook was born in Norwich in 1923. He was educated at City of Norwich School and won a scholarship to study English at Downing College, Cambridge for a year in 1941, where he was a pupil of F. R. Leavis. Evolution and the Humanities, 1987; The Novel and Authenticity, 1987; Further Studies in Philosophical Anthropology, 1988
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This book seeks to explore the understanding of Fabianism of both the Webbs and the Fabian Women’s Group and how this understanding shaped their views regarding such gender-centred issues as the family wage; protective labour law; and women’s place in the welfare state, the home and the labou. aperback – 2016-11-11 Routledge Avebury Series in Philosophy.
David Holbrook was born in Norwich in 1923. What Is It to Be Human?: New perspectives in philosophy. Evolution and the Humanities. Aldershot, Hampshire, UK: Avebury, 1987; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1987. Aldershot, Hampshire, UK: Avebury, Brookfield, VT: Gower, 1990. Creativity and Popular Culture. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, London: Associated University Presses, 1994. English in a University Education. Great Malvern, UK: Cappella Archive, 2000.
Evolution and the Humanities. David Holbrook, Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge, has written a polemic not so much against evolution as against scientific reductionism (which he sees incarnate in neo-Darwinism)
Evolution and the Humanities. David Holbrook, Fellow of Downing College, Cambridge, has written a polemic not so much against evolution as against scientific reductionism (which he sees incarnate in neo-Darwinism). He proceeds from revulsion at the existentialist vision of "life as a 'scientific accident. He's no creationist but, rather, a from-the-gut free-form vitalist-just as preoccupied with the perceived moral consequences of the Darwinian revolution as any Bible-thumping moralist could be. St. Martin's Press (1987). Similar books and articles. The Role of the Humanities in the Modern University: Some Historical and Philosophical Considerations. This article has no associated abstract. Evolution (Biology Philosophy Humanities. Consilience, Cultural Evolution, and the Humanities. Mahali Phamotse & Mike Kissack - 2008 - Journal of Philosophy of Education 42 (1):49-65. Did the Devil Make Darwin Do It?: Modern Perspectives on the Creation-Evolution Controversy. David B. Wilson & Warren D. Dolphin (ed. - 1996 - Iowa State University Press.
The main aim of this book is to use a naturalistic, evolutionary approach to solve some of the most important problems in. .
The main aim of this book is to use a naturalistic, evolutionary approach to solve some of the most important problems in philosophy. The first two problems come from the philosophy of science: the problem of rationality of science and the problem of truth in science. In presenting the first problem, the author argues that the views of Kuhn and Feyerabend do create a very The main aim of this book is to use a naturalistic, evolutionary approach to solve some of the most important problems in philosophy
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