Many autobiographies are written with an eye toward settling old scores, but this is not one of them. These memoirs are striking because of the absence of any rancor or bitterness toward old intellectual or literary adversaries.
Introduction: Perennial Philosophy Historicized The mainstay of perennial philosophy is the problem of "the one and the many." In the…
Central to Federici’s analysis is the distinction he makes between competing concepts of democracy.
There is much that is still alive in Santayana’s philosophical explication of Goethe’s Faust, especially Goethe’s appeal to the understanding to be derived from phenomena themselves.