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"Terry Eagleton makes a powerful argument that materialism is at the center of today{u2019}s important scientific and cultural as well as philosophical debates, following the inroads being made by contemporary neuroscience on such issues as the nature of consciousness, the body{u2019}s role in cognition, and the existence of mental states. The author reveals entirely fresh ways of considering the values and beliefs of three very different materialists--Marx, Nietzsche, and Wittgenstein--drawing striking comparisons between their philosophies while reflecting on a wide array of topics, from ideology and history to language, ethics, and the aesthetic."--
Publisher: Yale University Press, New Haven : 2016
ISBN: 9780300218800
Branch Call Number: ANF 146.3 EAGL
Characteristics: x, 176 pages ; 22 cm


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