The Concept of Identity

Paperback | April 30, 1999

byEli Hirsch

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The book as a whole tackles a cluster of central metaphysical issues in a consistently clear and careful manner. Moreover, Hirsch is pleasantly undogmatic and endeavors to give fair treatment to those views he eventually rejects. His arguments for his own conclusions are frequently all-the-more forceful for that. The standard of argument is high and Hirsch has something interesting to say on every topic he discusses.

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The book as a whole tackles a cluster of central metaphysical issues in a consistently clear and careful manner. Moreover, Hirsch is pleasantly undogmatic and endeavors to give fair treatment to those views he eventually rejects. His arguments for his own conclusions are frequently all-the-more forceful for that. The standard of argume...

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The book as a whole tackles a cluster of central metaphysical issues in a consistently clear and careful manner. Moreover, Hirsch is pleasantly undogmatic and endeavors to give fair treatment to those views he eventually rejects. His arguments for his own conclusions are frequently all-the-more forceful for that. The standard of argume...

Eli Hirsch is at Brandeis University.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8.27 × 5.51 × 0.94 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195074742

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The book as a whole tackles a cluster of central metaphysical issues in a consistently clear and careful manner. Moreover, Hirsch is pleasantly undogmatic and endeavors to give fair treatment to those views he eventually rejects. His arguments for his own conclusions are frequently all-the-more forceful for that. The standard of argument is high and Hirsch has something interesting to say on every topic he discusses.

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"Hirsch's book is marked by its clarity and carefulness of argumentation and its general sensibleness....It is a book that philosophers will want to consider for use in mid-level and advanced courses."--Review of Metaphysics