By David B. Zilberman,Helena Gourko,Robert S. Cohen
This booklet is uncommon in lots of respects. It used to be written by way of a prolific writer whose tragic premature dying didn't let to complete this and plenty of different of his undertakings. It was once assembled from quite a few excerpts, notes, and fragments based on his preliminary plans. Zilberman’s legacy nonetheless awaits its precise discovery and this ebook is a moment installment to it after The start of which means in Hindu suggestion (Kluwer, 1988). Zilberman’s therapy of analogy is exclusive in its technique, scope, and universality for Western philosophical notion. consistently in comparison to japanese and particularly classical Indian interpretations, analogy is gifted by way of Zilberman as a tremendous and in lots of methods basic approach to philosophizing or philosophy-building. as a result of its universality, this technique may be additionally utilized in linguistics, good judgment, social research, in addition to old and anthropological learn. those functions are crucial a part of Zilberman’s ebook. A prophetic jump to principally uncharted territories, this e-book may be of substantial curiosity for specialists and beginners within the box of analogy alike.
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Analogy in Indian and Western Philosophical Thought: 243 (Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science) by David B. Zilberman,Helena Gourko,Robert S. Cohen