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Caws, Peter (James)

CAWS, Peter (James)

CAWS, Peter (James). American (born England), b. 1931. Genres: Education, Philosophy, Sciences, Translations, Humanities. Career: University Professor of Philosophy, George Washington University, Washington, D.C., since 1982. Executive Associate, Carnegie Corp., NYC, 1962-65; Professor of Philosophy, Hunter College, NYC, 1965-82. Publications: The Philosophy of Science: A Systematic Account, 1965; (trans.) The Methods of Contemporary Thought, by J. M. Bochenski, 1965; Science and the Theory of Value, 1967; (with S.D. Ripley) The Bankruptcy of Academic Policy, 1972; Sartre, 1979; (ed.) Two Centuries of Philosophy in America, 1980; Structuralism: The Art of the Intelligible, 1988; (ed.) The Causes of Quarrel: Essays on Peace, War, and Thomas Hobbes, 1989; Yorick's World: Science and the Knowing Subject, 1993; The Capital Connection: Business, Science, and Government, 1993; Ethics from Experience, 1996. Address: 237 Cheltenham Rd., Newark, DE 19711-3617, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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