Genius--in Their Own Words: The Intellectual Journeys of Seven Great 20th-century Thinkers
The violent cataclysms and ideological upheavals of the last 100 years are uniquely captured in this compelling mosaic of personal testimonies from outstanding thinkers: these autobiographical accounts by seven of the most profound and influential minds of recent history are individual voices, highly contrasted in manner and message. Taken together, they give us a remarkable perspective on the ruling ideas of our epoch.
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A J Ayer
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