Judging and understanding : essays on free will, narrative, meaning and the ethical limits of condemnation / edited by Pedro Alexis Tabensky Tabensky, Pedro Alexis, 1964-

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Tabensky, Pedro Alexis, 1964-
PHILOSOPHY / Ethics & Moral Philosophy.; Schlink, Bernhard.; Justification (Ethics)
Judging and understanding is a collection addressing one of the most burning epistemological questions of our time: how do we human beings make valid claims to knowledge and truth? The essays in this book address all the current debates from pragmatism to hermenuetics and stands as a tool for people in the philosophy of science and the social sciences.
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