Books in category Philosophy – Methodology

  • EPZ Truth and Method

    EPZ Truth and Method
    Hans-Georg Gadamer, Joel Weinsheimer, Donald G. Marshall

    Written in the 1960s, TRUTH AND METHOD is Gadamer's magnum opus.

  • Converging Disciplines

    Converging Disciplines
    Maritt Kirst, Nicole Schaefer-McDaniel, Stephen Hwang, Patricia O’Campo

    This immediately accessible volume differentiates transdisciplinary research from multi- and interdisciplinary strategies, as well as from popular community-based models, and brings a uniquely North American set of perspectives to the …

  • Empathy And Agency

    Empathy And Agency
    Hans Herbert Kogler, Karstan Stueber

    This book takes up those insights and discusses their impact in the context of the most important paradigms in social methodology today."–BOOK JACKET.

  • The Hermeneutic Nature of Analytic Philosophy

    The Hermeneutic Nature of Analytic Philosophy
    Santiago Zabala

    Santiago Zabala presents Tugendhat as an example of merged horizons, promoting a philosophical historiography that is concerned more with dialogue and less with classification.

  • Nat rlichkeit

    Dieter Birnbacher

    This book enquires into the reasons and motives for the privileged position of the (relatively) natural over the (relatively) artificial and seeks out its roots in the history of ideas.

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    الاختبارات والامتحانات: قياس القدرات والأداء
    Lewis R. Aiken

    يوفر هذا الكتاب تغطية موجزة ولكنها كاملة لكل من المفاهيم والطرق والمواد اللازمة لانتقاء وتصميم واستعمال اختبارات التحصيل …

  • الفردوس الأرضي
    عبد الوهاب المسيري

    نُشر هذا الكتاب مرّة واحدة عام 1978م في بيروت، ولم يُنشر ثانية، برغم أهميته الفائقة في إلقاء الضوء على مرحلة فارقة في حياة مؤلّفه …

  • Ideologie

    Peter Tepe

    "Ideologie – das ist doch Schnee von gestern": Die Geringschätzung ist unberechtigt.

  • Deconstruction as Analytic Philosophy

    Deconstruction as Analytic Philosophy
    Samuel C. Wheeler

    These twelve essays treat the thought of "deconstructive" philosophers from the perspective of analytic philosophy and relate the works of such thinkers as Davidson, Quine, and Wittgenstein to the writings of Derrida and de Man.

  • Mind Society and Human Action

    Mind, Society, and Human Action
    Richard E. Wagner

    This book seeks to show how that original humane and social focus can be renewed. The many particular topics the book examines can be traced to two central ideas.

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