Published April 14, 2003
by 1st Books Library .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
Clay Taylor, MD answers a call for help from his best buddy Rick, but becomes embroiled in a high-stakes struggle at the fringes of experimental science. Clay watches in horror as Rick is killed by an intruder in his lab. He flees, but is trapped in a huge magnet chamber, subjected to the full forcePages: It’s tempting to wonder how a man who became richer than Croesus through selling books could produce a book that at first glance seems so insubstantial. But it is worth remembering that Bezos didn’t get where he is today by not knowing what he’s doing, and that any scrap of insight that might fall from his plate is probably worth inwardly. Price: $ ISBN: Edition: Ap Pages: Publication date: Ap Format: Paperback. Imprint: Instant Apostle. This review is about the book by William Barrett, not the movie by Woody Allen. Wiki:Irrational Man: A Study In Existential Philosophy is a book by philosopher William Barrett, in which Barrett explains the philosophical background of existentialism and provides a discussion of several major existentialist thinkers, including Søren Kierkegaard, Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger.
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