Arguments In History
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|Author||: Maurice A. Finocchiaro|
|Publsiher||: Cambridge University Press|
|Total Pages||: 467|
Download Arguments about Arguments Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book brings together essays by one of the pre-eminent scholars of informal logic.
|Author||: David Baggett,Jerry Walls|
|Publsiher||: Oxford University Press|
|Total Pages||: 320|
Download The Moral Argument Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The history of the moral argument for the existence of God is a fascinating tale. Like any good story, it is full of twists and unexpected turns, compelling conflicts, memorable and idiosyncratic characters, both central and ancillary players. The narrative is as labyrinthine and circuitous as it is linear, its point yet to be fully seen, and its ending yet to be written. What remains certain is the importance of telling it. The resources of history offer a refresher course, a teachable moment, a cautionary tale about the need to avoid making sacrosanct the trends of the times, and an often sobering lesson in why reigning assumptions may need to be rejected. This book lets the argument's advocates, many long dead, come alive again and speak for themselves. A historical study of the moral argument is a reminder that classical philosophers were unafraid to ask and explore the big questions of faith, hope, and love; of truth, goodness, and beauty; of God, freedom, and immortality. It gives students and scholars alike the chance to drill down into their ideas, contexts, and arguments. Only by a careful study of its history can we come to see its richness and the range of resources it offers.
|Author||: Ioan Lewis|
|Total Pages||: 208|
|Genre||: Social Science|
Download Arguments with Ethnography Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A critique of the globalisation of the culture principle, arguing that theory is dependent on the actual study of peoples.
|Author||: R. Knowles|
|Total Pages||: 235|
|Genre||: Literary Criticism|
Download Shakespeare s Arguments with History Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Argument was the basis of Renaissance education; both rhetoric and dialectic permeated early modern humanist culture, including drama. This study approaches Shakespeare's history plays by analyzing the use of argument in the plays and examining the importance of argument in Renaissance culture. Knowles shows how analysis of arguments of speech and action take us to the core of the plays, in which Shakespeare interrogates the nature of political morality and truth as grounded in the history of what men do and say.
|Author||: Marcus Collins,Peter N. Stearns|
|Publsiher||: London Publishing Partnership|
|Total Pages||: 208|
Download Why Study History Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Considering studying history at university? Wondering whether a history degree will get you a good job, and what you might earn? Want to know what it’s actually like to study history at degree level? This book tells you what you need to know. Studying any subject at degree level is an investment in the future that involves significant cost. Now more than ever, students and their parents need to weigh up the potential benefits of university courses. That’s where the Why Study series comes in. This series of books, aimed at students, parents and teachers, explains in practical terms the range and scope of an academic subject at university level and where it can lead in terms of careers or further study. Each book sets out to enthuse the reader about its subject and answer the crucial questions that a college prospectus does not.
|Author||: Sanjay Subrahmanyam|
|Publsiher||: Verso Books|
|Total Pages||: 304|
Download Connected History Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A collection of essays that span many regions and cultures, by an award-winning historian Sanjay Subrahmanyam is becoming well known for the same sort of reasons that attach to Fernand Braudel and Carlo Ginzburg, as the proponent of a new kind of history - in his case, not longue durée or micro-history, but 'connected history': connected cross-culturally, and spanning regions, subjects and archives that are conventionally treated alone. Not a research paradigm, he insists, it is more of an oppositionswissenschaft, a way of trying to constantly break the moulds of historical objects. The essays collected here, some quite polemical - as in the lead text on the notion of India-as-civilization, or another, assessing such a literary totem as V. S. Naipaul - illustrate the breadth of Subrahmanyam's concerns, as well as the quality of his writing. Connected History considers what, exactly, is an empire, the rise of 'the West' (less of a place than an idea or ideology, he insists), Churchill and the Great Man theory of history, the reception of world literature and the itinerary of subaltern studies, in addition to personal recollections of life and work in Delhi, Paris and Lisbon, and concluding remarks on the practice of early-modern history and the framing of historical enquiry.
|Author||: Richard Swinburne|
|Publsiher||: Oxford University Press on Demand|
|Total Pages||: 363|
Download The Existence of God Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Substantially re-written and updated, this edition of 'The Existence of God' presents arguments such as the existence of the laws of nature, 'fine-tuning' of the universe, moral awareness and evidence of miracles, to prove the case that there is a God.