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Ecological Investigations: A Phenomenology Of Habitats, Adam Konopka Jan 2020

Ecological Investigations: A Phenomenology Of Habitats, Adam Konopka

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These investigations identify and clarify some basic

assumptions and methodological principles involved in

ecological explanations of plant associations. How are

plants geographically distributed into characteristic groups?

What are the basic conditions that organize groups of

interspecific plant populations that are characteristic of

particular kinds of habitats? Answers to these questions

concerning the geographical distribution of plants in late

19th century European plant geography and early 20th

century American plant ecology can be distinguished

according to differing logical assumptions concerning the

habitats of plant associations.


David Novak And The Crisis Of Modern Jewish Thought, Steven Frankel Mar 2016

David Novak And The Crisis Of Modern Jewish Thought, Steven Frankel

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No abstract provided.


Three Books On Leo Strauss, Steven Frankel Oct 2015

Three Books On Leo Strauss, Steven Frankel

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No abstract provided.


Spinoza’S Rejection Of Maimonideanism, Steven Frankel Jan 2015

Spinoza’S Rejection Of Maimonideanism, Steven Frankel

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No abstract provided.


Beginning Biblical Hebrew: Intentionality And Grammar By Robert Sacks, Steven Frankel Oct 2014

Beginning Biblical Hebrew: Intentionality And Grammar By Robert Sacks, Steven Frankel

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No abstract provided.


Spinoza’S Critique Of Religion: Reading The Low In Light Of The High, Steven Frankel Jan 2014

Spinoza’S Critique Of Religion: Reading The Low In Light Of The High, Steven Frankel

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No abstract provided.


Gabriel Marcel And American Philosophy, David W. Rodick Jun 2013

Gabriel Marcel And American Philosophy, David W. Rodick

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Gabriel Marcel's thought is deeply informed by the American philosophical tradition. Marcel's earliest work focused upon the idealism of Josiah Royce. By the time Marcel completed his Royce writings, he had moved beyond idealism and adopted a form of metaphysical realism attributed to William Ernest Hocking. Marcel also developed a longstanding relationship with the American philosopher Henry Bugbee. These important philosophical relationships will be examined through the Marcellian themes of ontological exigence, intersubjective being, and secondary reflection. Marcel's relationships with these philosophers are not serendipitous. They are expressions of Marcel's deep Christian faith