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Middle Way Philosophy 1: The Path of Objectivity

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Initially inspired by the Buddha's Middle Way, but working in Western Philosophy and related disciplines, Robert M. Ellis first developed Middle Way Philosophy in a Ph.D. thesis in 2001. This new detailed account is the product of a further ten years of refinement of his approach, and concentrates on the philosophical core. It will be followed by further volumes focusing more on the psychological and practical implications of the philosophy. Middle Way Philosophy aims to clear the ground for practical progress. It challenges many entrenched assumptions, including those of analytic philosophy. It also offers a new account of objectivity, as an incremental quality that helps us to engage with all conditions in our experience. It insists on a consistent approach to both facts and values that avoids both absolute claims and relativism."An important, original work, that should get the widest possible hearing." Iain McGilchrist, author of The Master and his Emissary
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ISBN
9781471632761
Published
March 13, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
573.83 KB

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