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Human Transactions: The Emergence of Meaning In Time Hardcover – February 10, 1995

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"This is an original and provocative work that asserts--and arguably demonstrates--the conjunction between ethics and metaphysics. Stahl writes in an authentic and distinctive voice; he not only presents arguments--it is clear that he also believes them. The point he stresses repeatedly is not a version of 'compatibilism' between science and ethics, between the material and moral worlds--but the necessity of the relation between them (and so also, of course, of its possibility). This is an important thesis from which both moral philosophers and researchers in the sciences can learn. Stahl calls attention to significant issues in ethics and in the relation between ethics and epistemology--and does this in a way that is at once challenging and evocative. This is a valuable addition to the literature." --Berel Lang, State University of New York at Albany

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A provocative account of the creation of human meaning in history

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