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Martin Lebowitz: His Thought and Writings (Hardback)
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Martin Lebowitz: His Thought and Writings (Hardback)

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Hardback 496 Pages / Published: 11/12/1997
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Spanning more than fifty years of contemporary thought, this collection of essays and reviews by one of the century's most distinguished philosophical critics represents an intellectual odyssey that will reward readers with a creative and penetrating gloss on the major scholarly, political, and literary topics of the era. Throughout his long career, Martin Lebowitz continually sought order in society and in intellectual activity. His writings combine reason and passion with a keen and elegant style, reflecting an education both broad and deep. The author's interests over decades in a rapidly changing world extended to all areas of philosophy, ethics and aesthetics, art and literature, physics and psychiatry, sociology and psychology, providing insight into a dazzling array of subjects. Collected here for the first time, these essays and reviews present a profound and coherent system of modern social and philosophical commentary.

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761809333
Number of pages: 496
Weight: 839 g
Dimensions: 235 x 162 x 32 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
...[A] skillfully edited collection that limns the history of a restlessly inquiring mind. * The Sewanee Review *
...the impressive ruminations of a pilosopher without portfolio. * Columbia College Today *
Martin lebowitz was a writer of exceptional grace and talent as these essays attest. His insights into the many facets of human life are as penetrating as they are provocative. In an age in which the elegant essay is becoming all too rare, his are a rarity indeed. * The Virginia Quarterly Review *
Martin lebowitz was a writer of exceptional grace and talent as these essays attest. His insights into the many facets of human life are as penetrating as they are provocative. In an age in which the elegant essay is becoming all too rare, his are a rarity indeed. * The Virginia Quarterly Review *
...[A] skillfully edited collection that limns the history of a restlessly inquiring mind. * The Sewanee Review *
...the impressive ruminations of a "pilosopher without portfolio. * Columbia College Today *

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