Night Of The New Magicians (Turtleback School & Library

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Not familiar with Edith Pargeter's historical fiction altho I have read her Brother Cadfael books - go figure. On the contrary, in her letter about to Governor Wilbur Cross she says explicitly that she encountered in Quebec a "feeling about life and human fate that I could not accept, wholly," something pious and resigned. Dilthey’s lifelong and never-finalized project was to provide for the ‘human sciences’ – Geisteswissenschaften – what Kant had for metaphysics: a programmatic schemata of the possible logical forms of inquiry such that the necessarily true could be separated from both the arbitrary and the speculative.

Pages: 111

Publisher: Turtleback; Reprint edition (August 14, 2007)

ISBN: 141779108X

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