One of a series of books to be published jointly by the presses of the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Konstanz. The inaugural volume in this new series is devoted to the work of the philospher Adolf Gruenbaum, whose professional interests have ranged from the philosophy of physics to the foundations of psychoanalysis.
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Number of pages: 640
Weight: 1025 g
Dimensions: 230 x 164 x 28 mm
"This is a collection of 24 papers organized into five main sections: space, time, and cosmology; scientific rationality and methodology; philosophy of psychiatry; freedom and determinism; science and religion; and moral problems. The wealth of issues covered by these sections indicate the range of Gr nbaum's thought, and the high standard of the volume's papers is a fitting testimony to the eminence and quality of Gr nbaum's own writings."
--Academic Printing and Publishing