• StreetlightX
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    The lectures are alot less tightly constructed than his monographs, in that you can really see that they're geared towards students in his class studying them as if for the first time. He really tries to get across the excitement and innovation that each philosopher brings to the table, and although they broach similar themes to the books, they're alot more forgiving in their approach. It'd say it's similar ground covered in a very different way.
  • Wallows
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    You can start, I have other things to do.fdrake

    I don't know where to begin! I'll wait patiently on when others have had time to address the paper.
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