Utilizing the exposed, significant fault in the foundation of all philosophical systems, The Antiphilosophers delivers new insight concerning the issue of how we should relate to the resultant chaos. Written with a rare combination of philosophical rigor and clarity of expression, Bindeman’s work will be of interest to students and scholars of postmodern philosophy.
Advance Praise for The Antiphilosophers
“Steven L. Bindeman’s thoughtful presentation of the antiphilosophers is a must read for all who care about thinking. Philosophy shows us how to think. But what if philosophy gets complacent with a certain set way of thinking? The antiphilosophers can set our thinking free.”
Louise Sundararajan, Fellow of the American Psychological Association; Past President of the Society for Humanistic Psychology
“I do not envy the author the labor of research he had to undergo into these antiphilosophers since each in his own way seeks to transcend language, rationality, and common sense and is thus purposefully obscurantist. But Steven L. Bindeman’s erudition and articulation has done the impossible by making sense of these original thinkers by exploring their purposes within their various cultural and personal contexts. I gained insight where I had only guesswork before, so I must highly recommend this fine book, especially as a highly readable ‘guide to the perplexed.’”
Gregory Michael Nixon, Professor of Educational Studies, University of Northern British Columbia
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