Rescher on Rationality, Values, and Social Responsibility: A Philosophical Portrait
Nicholas Rescher, University Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh, stands as a major figure in American philosophy today. His philosophical contribution, ranging over fifty years, is marked by a profound respect for the fate of the human condition in a world of unparalleled scientific and technological innovation. This work brings under the centrally unifying theme of "rationality" some of the issues on values and personal responsibility he has addressed during his long and distinguished career.
American philosophers, United States, reasoning, value, responsibility, methodological pragmatism
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Moutafakis, Nicholas, "Rescher on Rationality, Values, and Social Responsibility: A Philosophical Portrait" (2007). Philosophy & Comparative Religion Department Books. 2.