Fundamental Problems : The Method of Philosophy as a Systematic Arrangement of Knowledge, by Carus, Paul
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- ISBN: 9780554491042 | 0554491044
- Cover: Hardcover
- Copyright: 8/30/2008
1891. Carus, an independent philosopher who studied and published on Eastern and Western philosophy, was instrumental in raising Western awareness of Buddhism at the turn of the century. Carus writes in the Preface that: The view here presented, in spite of all our differences with Kant, may be considered as the natural outcome of Kant's philosophy. The view here presented unites two qualities which may appear contradictory at first sight. It is radical, and at the same time conservative...and, Our fundamental conceptions of world and life, therefore, for practical purposes, for our individual welfare, for the destiny of our nation and for that of humanity, are of greatest importance. On the philosophy of our age depends the health of our religious, our scientific, our industrial, our mercantile, our political and our social development. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.