From the Foreword by Louis Dupré, Yale University: «This work, glowing with admiration and enthusiasm for now mostly neglected thinkers, proves how beneficial and, indeed, how adventurous can be the journey to oneself through the past that fashioned it. The author invites us to revisit ourselves while abandoning our seclusiveness. We should thank the gentle guide for showing where the way backward leads home to the present.»
|Publisher:||Lang, Peter Publishing, Incorporated|
|Series:||American University Studies Series: Series 5: Philosophy , #116|
About the Author
The Author: William Kluback is a writer and professor of philosophy. He is the author of more than ten books and innumerable articles. He has written books on Paul Valéry, Hermann Cohen, Eric Weil, Joseah Royce, Samuel Hugo Bergman, and Studies in French Literature, Humanism and Theology.