Speculum Mentis has 19 ratings and 4 reviews. Brett said: My kind of book! One of the hardest thing to do is see errors in thinking. Overall this book gi. SPECULUM. MENTIS or. The Map of Knowledge by. R. G. COLLINGWOOD. -. OXFORD. AT THE CLARENDON PRESS. . Reprint London et al. GWOOD has a tradition of art behind him and he has also made himself recently one of our leading authorities, if not the first of all, on Roman Britain.
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Speculum mentis, or, The map of knowledge
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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This is a book that tries too hard – and Carnap wrote something equivalent, nevertheless even if RG has collibgwood himself, as my maths teacher would say, the working out of the problem even if the result is wrong is often very legitimate.
Tom James marked it mdntis to-read Oct 27, Jordan Gogny marked it as to-read Jan 14, Overall this book gives a great discussion about forms of thinking namely art, religion, science, history, and philosophy, what are the inherent errors, and further, how each has its place in the development of a human, or humanity, and how one form of thinking can lead to the other in a kind of cycle.
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