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CONCEPTS AND CATEGORIES Sir Isaiah Berlin, OM, who died in 1997, was born in Riga, capital of Latvia, in 1909. When he was six, his family moved to Russia: there in 1917, in Petrograd, he witnessed both the Social-Democratic and the Bolshe- vik Revolutions. In 1921 his family came to England, and he was.
This volume of Isaiah Berlin's essays presents the sweep of his contributions to philosophy from his early participation in the debates surrounding logical positivism to his later work, which more evidently reflects his life-long interest in political theory, the history of ideas, and the philosophy of history. Here Berlin describes his view of.
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CONCEPTS AND CATEGORIES. PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS By Isaiah Berlin. Edited by Henry Hardy. Introduction by Bernard Williams. hey must have had fun--Isaiah Berlin and Stuart Hampshire and A. J. Ayer--lolling around Oxford in the late 1930's, wrangling over positivism and symbolic logic, verification and phenomenalism, wondering about linguistics.
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Get this from a library! Concepts and categories: philosophical essays. (Isaiah Berlin; Henry Hardy) -- Following the highly acclaimed Russian Thinkers, this collection of essays--the second in a series of four volumes--illuminates the philosophy of a thinker Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., has called.