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Nozick is a political as well as theoretical thinker, and he is among the staunchest proponents of libertarianism. Here he widens his scope to investigate the metaquestions of philosophy and spells out his original conception of objectivity in the world. Nozick, who is Pellegrino University Professor at Harvard, writes with an analytic inclination that can be challenging for lay readers, but his arguments are always intelligent and intriguing. --Eric de Place --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I just read this to practice for the MCAT verbal section. It did help as the book is dense. Still, I cannot believe that someone can write so much and say so little. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Luke D
'Invariances' is the final published work by philosopher and Harvard professor Robert Nozick before he passed at the untimely age of 63. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Andrew G
The notion of objective truth is difficult to grasp. Nozick gave one of the better explanations I have read yet.Published 23 months ago by Jonathan D. Lettvin