Artifacts, Representations and Social Practice

Essays for Marx Wartofsky

Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science Band 154

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The essays collected here in honor of Marx Wartofsky's sixty-fifth birthday are a celebration of his rich contribution to philosophy over the past four decades and a testimony to the wide influence he has had on thinkers with quite various approaches of their own. His diverse philosophical interests and main themes have ranged from constructivism and realism in the philosophy of science to practices of representation and the creation of artifacts in aesthetics; and from the development of human cognition and the historicity of modes of knowing to the construction of norms in the context of concrete social critique. Or again, in the history of philosophy, his work spans historical approaches to Hegel, Feuerbach, and Marx, as well as contemporary implications of their work; and in applied philosophy, problems of education, medicine, and new technologies. Marx's philosophical theorizing moves from the highest levels of abstraction to the most concrete concern with the everyday and with contemporary social and political reality. And perhaps most notably, it is acutely sensitive to the importance of historical development and social practice. As a student of John Herman Randall, Jr. and Ernest Nagel at Columbia, Marx developed an exemplary background in both the history of philosophy and systematic philosophy and subsequently combined this with a wide acquaintance with analytic philosophy. He is at once aware of the requirements of system and of the need for rigorous and careful detailed argument.

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Einband Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum 20.10.2012
Herausgeber C. Gould, Robert S. Cohen
Verlag Springer Netherland
Seitenzahl 572
Maße 22.3/15.2/3.1 cm
Gewicht 856 g
Auflage Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1994
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-94-010-4390-8

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