The Human Being in History: Freedom, Power, and Shared Ontological Meaning

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The Human Being in History affirms the ontological dignity of the human being, arguing that the challenges posed by the twenty-first century are not just political, economic, and social, but existential and metaphysical. In the face of these challenges, philosophy must show how to confront issues in a new way: not as problems that admit technical resolution, but as questions which involve openness to meaning and which demand the exercise of freedom.

The Human Being in History: Freedom, Power, and Shared Ontological Meaning 2003, Lexington Books, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780739106853

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