Nature in American Philosophy (Studies in Philosophy and the History of Philosophy, Volume 42)
With its focus on philosophy of nature, this book fills a gap in the ongoing reassessment of nineteenth-century American philosophy, and it opens the way to further study of the role played by reflection on nature in the emergence of the American mind.
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