2004. Edició a cura de Jesús Alcolea i Xavier Sierra / Pròleg d'Enric Casaban i Tobies Grimaltos, 406 pp.
One of the identity traits of Josep Lluís Blasco was his great ability to make understandable the most difficult questions. He knew how to look at problems, how to expose them in a rare clearity and how to always add something which needed to be taken into account. The book collects writings that go from the philosophy of logic to ontology, going through the philosophy of language, metaphilosophy or the theory of knowledge and even other issues more related to praxis or society .It is a constant feature in Blasco’s writings—as technicals or specialized as themes can get—the concern for great and usual problems, and this is reflected in each text. Also many authors and movements were the subject of his reflections and in the book there are texts about Kant, Wittgentein, Russell, Quine, Descartes and a considerable etcetera. The book allows you to learn a lot about philosophy, but it specially allows you to learn to think for yourself.
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