"Deserves praise on several counts. In the first place, Mrs. Warnock writes from a position of some philosophical detachment towards the thinkers whose work she expounds....yet she also displays an imaginative sympathy with their aims and ideas which makes her criticisms of their work all the more worthy of attention."--Times Literary Supplement
About the Author
Baroness Warnock is a philosopher, broadcaster, and member of the House of Lords. She is currently a member of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Advance Group on Medical Ethics. She has writen a number of books including Ethics Since 1900 (3/e); Existentialist Ethics; Jean-Paul Sartre; Imagination; Schools of Thought; What Must We Teach? ; A Question of Life; and The Uses of Philosophy.