Science, understanding, and justice : the philosophical essays of Martin Eger /Material type: BookPublisher: Chicago : Open Court, c2006Description: xxix, 538 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0812694619 (trade paper : alk. paper); 9780812694611 (trade paper : alk. paper); 9780812694611.Subject(s): Hermeneutics | Science -- Philosophy | Education -- Philosophy | EthicsOnline resources: Table of contents only | Publisher description
|Item type||Location||Call number||Status||Date due|
Epoka University Library
|BD 241 .E35 2006 (Browse shelf)||Available|
Browsing Epoka University Library Shelves Close shelf browser
|BD 21 .R644 1996 The practice of philosophy :||BD 21 .V4 1999 Philosophy, a text with readings /||BD 21 .W64 1998 About philosophy /||BD 241 .E35 2006 Science, understanding, and justice :||BD 241 .P6 1962 Conjectures and refutations;||BD 418.3 .L35 1999 Philosophy in the flesh :||BD 450 .B526 1995 The Lucifer Principle|
Includes bibliographical references (p. 505-524) and index.
Hermeneutics and natural science -- Philosophy and education -- Morality -- Life, death, and dialogue.
"A collection of essays by the late Professor Martin Eger applying the hermeneutic approach to issues of science, education, and ethics. Discusses how concepts of science are conveyed to the general public through popularizations, and includes exchanges between Eger and other leading philosophers"--Provided by publisher.