What Happens to Us When We Think: Transformation and Reality
SUNY Press, 2.07.2003 г. - 149 страници
Author Michael Gelven suggests that thinking metaphysically transforms us, and consequently the nature of metaphysics itself is transformational. Using concrete existential phenomena such as the learning process, how children mature into adults, and how fear can develop into courage, he establishes an understanding of metaphysical transformation.
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