Claude Buffier and Thomas Reid

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All too often it is said that common-sense philosophers faIl to justify their appeal to common sense as a philosophical standard, and that they merely repeat one another in the glorification of philosophical trivialities. This book challenges these and other widespread assumptions about common-sense philosophers and provides a major reassessment of an influential segment of the history of ideas.

Claude Buffier and Thomas Reid 1982, McGill-Queen's University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773510036

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