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Sceptical Idealist: Michael Oakeshott as a Critic of the

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Anselm of Canterbury is sometimes misleadingly referred to as the "Father of Scholasticism", although his approach was not really in keeping with the Scholastic method. Each literary period develops the philosophy from the previous one, and all philosophical ideas in this course center on a concept we call THE GREAT CHAIN OF BEING [title of a book by Arthur Lovejoy]. Your reason is not more wounded, since a choice must necessarily be made in choosing one rather than the other.

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Publisher: Imprint Academic (January 29, 2003)

ISBN: 0907845223

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