Plus an explanation of the great analytic-continental philosophic divideby Prospect Team / December 5, 2019 / Leave a comment
Did the death of one man radically alter the course of modern English philosophy? Biographer and philosopher Ray Monk writes about the life and work of RG Collingwood, a 20th-century intellectual whose premature death may have led the discipline to take a different—and according to Monk, less rich—direction today.
You can read Monk’s article on RG Collingwood here.
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