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Settanni, Harry


SETTANNI, Harry. American, b. 1945. Genres: Philosophy, Theology/ Religion. Career: St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA, instructor, 1976- 78; St. John's University, Jamaica, NY, assistant professor, 1978-82; Holy Family College, Philadelphia, PA, instructor, 1987-; St. Joseph's University, instructor, 1990-. Publications: Holism, A Philosophy for Today: Anticipating the Twenty-First Century, 1990; The Probabilist Theism of John Stuart Mill, 1991; What Is Man?, 1991; Five Philosophers: How Their Lives Influenced Their Thought, 1992; The Philosophical Foundations of Paranormal Phenomena, 1992; Scientific Knowledge: Discovery of Nature or Mental Construction?, 1992; What Is Freedom of Choice?, 1992; What Is Morality?, 1992; Logic Workbook, 1993; Controversial Issues in Philosophy, University Press of America, 1994; Five Primers in the Social Sciences and Assorted Writings, 1995. Address: Humanities Department, Holy Family College, 9701 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19114, U.S.A.

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