Cutting away the jargon which bedevils those who try to communicate their ideas on social organization, economic policy and ethical justice, the author of this book challenges the assumptions behind many of the applications of economics, sociology, ethics and naked philosophy in modern life. His approach promotes a more rigorous rationality in our understanding of human affairs, demolishing myths and fallacies in an attempt to make genuine progress. Antony Flew is the author of "Thinking About Thinking".
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Antony Flew is emeritus professor of philosophy at Reading University, England, and the author of Atheistic Humanism; God, Freedom, and Immortality; Thinking About Social Thinking; and How to Think Straight.
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Book Description Fontana Press, 1991. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. 5.5x8.25. Sustained analysis of the collectivist illusions which dominate contemporary social science. 282 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 667
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