What Happens to Us When We Think: Transformation and Reality

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SUNY Press, 2003 M07 2 - 149 páginas
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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ONE Transformations
1
TWO Wonder
19
THREE Being Real
31
FOUR Violence
43
FIVE Truth
59
SIX The Learner
71
SEVEN The Student
89
EIGHT The Child
107
NINE Conflict and Coherence
119
TEN Origins
133
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Michael Gelven is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Northern Illinois University and the author of many books, including Truth and the Comedic Art, also published by SUNY Press, and A Commentary on Heidegger s Being and Time, Revised Edition.

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