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"An eloquent expression of a great hope that philosophy may again become an activity really relevant not only to the perennial problems of life and death but to the unusual configurations of such problems in our time." Julian N. Hartt, Yale Review
German philosopher, physician, and psychiatrist Karl Jaspers was born in 1883 and died in 1969. The great translator Ralph Manheim rendered in English such twentieth-century classics as Gunter Grass' The Tin Drum and Louis-Ferdinand Celine's Journey to the End of the Night. Richard M. Owsley, professor of philosophy at North Texas University, is president of the Karl Jaspers Society of North America.
Here is a short work on philosophical thought, that although condensed, and compact, still manages to explore and lay out, alot of food for thought that touches on alot of... Read morePublished on September 16, 2012 by David S.