Perth, Australia (PRWEB) July 27, 2012
A new, thought-provoking read awaits everyone as author Paul O’ Hara presents The Limits of Knowledge. Released through Xlibris, this interesting book will take readers on a cerebral exploration to finding enlightenment on the issues concerning human knowledge through in-depth discussions.
The question, “What sense is knowledge the product of our minds just as much as it is of our ability to organize and regulate the world in which we live?” still remains until today and still seeks for an answer. Thus, author O’Hara attempts to give an explanation for a better understanding on this issue. The Limits of Knowledge is a comprehensive work that discusses on significant issues of human knowledge. Throughout this book, readers will find explanations on the concepts of matter and form, actuality and potentiality, unity and multiplicity, and more.
Divided into twenty-two relevant chapters, this book is also woven to tackle about traditional problems like the problem of universals and something of more recent interest—the analytic-synthetic distinction. The issues on the relation between organisms and mechanisms, relation between these primitive and primordial forces, and the perennial questions of philosophy, the meaning of a universal soul or the meaning of a universal spirit are also explained in this analytical work.
Through this informative book, readers will acquire wisdom and understanding on The Limits of Knowledge. For more information, log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.au.
The Limits of Knowledge * by Paul O'Hara
Publication Date: June 23, 2011
Trade Paperback; $29.99; 236 pages; 978-1-4535-3463-2
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