A Mind's Matter: An Intellectual Autobiography by Stanley L. Jaki

By Stanley L. Jaki

In penning this ebook considered one of this generation's best philosophers seems to be again at his personal scholarship and the highbrow framework that produced it -- now not least his staunch trust within the the most important position of non secular convictions in educational thought.

Stanley Jaki's explosive productiveness -- his paintings runs to greater than 40 books and 1000's of articles -- canvasses quite a lot of proper issues, so much particularly the historical past of technological know-how. during this highbrow autobiography Jaki displays at the process his pondering, and he asks in what experience the spiritual components he holds pricey may also advertise scholarship, fairly within the delicate box of technological know-how and faith. the answer's set forth in a mixture of topical and chronological meditations of price to somebody pursuing educational paintings this day. The publication concludes with a whole record of Jaki's publications.

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