Albert approaches critical rationalism as an alternative to other philosophical standpoints dominant in Germany: the conceptions of the Frankfurt School, hermeneutical thinking as represented by Gadamer, analytic philosophy, and logical empiricism. The author's purpose is to find a way out of the foundationalism of classical philosophy without falling back on the skeptical views so prevalent in today's philosophical thinking.
Originally published in 1985.
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Buchbeschreibung Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1985. cloth, dustj, 8vo xxv+240 pp. translated for the first time into English, Hans albert's Treatise on Critical Reason illuminates the so-called positivist dispute in German sociology; LIKE NEW condition. Artikel-Nr. 19074