Thoreau's Importance for Philosophy - Furtak, Rick Anthony (Editor), and Ellsworth, Jonathan (Editor), and Reid, James D (Editor)
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The philosophical significance of Henry David Thoreau's life and writings is far from settled. Although his best-known book, Walden, is admired as a classic work of American literature, it has not yet been widely recognized as an important philosophical text. In fact, many members of the academic philosophical community in America would be reluctant to classify Thoreau as a philosopher at all. The purpose of this volume is to remedy this neglect, to explain Thoreau's philosophical significance, and to argue that we can ...

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