Pragmatic archaeology

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B.A.R. , Oxford, England
Archaeology., Archaeology -- Philosophy., Archaeology -- Methodo
Statementedited by Christopher F. Gaffney and Vincent L. Gaffney.
SeriesB.A.R. British series -- 167., B.A.R. British series -- 167.
ContributionsGaffney, Christopher F., Gaffney, Vincent L.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 119 p. :
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Open LibraryOL17779344M

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In the fall semester of /73 at the Albertus University of Königsberg, Immanuel Kant, metaphysician and professor of logic and metaphysics, began lectures on anthropology, which he continued untilshortly before his retirement from public life.

Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View 1 Preface 3 Contents 7 Part I Anthropological Didactic. On the way of cognizing the interior as well as the exterior of the human being 13 Book I On the cognitive faculty 15 Book II The feeling of pleasure and displeasure Book III On the faculty of desire Part II Anthropological Characteristic.

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