'F.C. White has written a well-argued sensible book which will introduce students to a wide range of demanding issues. As such, his work is a contribution to the growing upgrading of German philosophy in the Anglophone world.' Wayne Hudson, Australian Journal of Philosophy, 1995.
About the Author
F.C. White read classics and moral sciences at Cambridge. After teaching Greek and Latin for several years, he spent some time as a senior lecturer in philosophy and education, and then completed his Ph.D. on Plato. He is at present reader in philosophy in the University of Tasmania. He has published two previous books, Plato's Theory of Particulars and Knowledge and Relativism, and has contributed over forty articles to philosophical and classical journals.