The Six Great Themes of Western Metaphysics and the End of the Middle Ages

Wayne State University Press (1994)
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Heimsoeth enters boldly into the historical drama of Western philosophical thought at its deepest level and tells a story focused not so much on actors as on the plot itself: the great metaphysical questions about philosophy and life.



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