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Arne Naess is taken into account some of the most very important philosophers of the 20 th century. He has been a enormously prolific writer, but his works as an entire have remained principally unavailable – in the past. Springer made on hand for the 1st time, a definitive 10-volume number of Arne Naess’s life’s works: The chosen Works of Arne Naess.

The chosen Works of Arne Naess (SWAN) offers a big assessment of Arne Naess’s considering and gives an in depth choice of this prolific philosopher’s significant writings. a few of Naess’s most crucial courses have by no means ahead of been to be had in English. Many others are out of print. usually, his papers have been released in imprecise and inaccessible journals. and since Naess has been so prolific, a lot of his most crucial papers nonetheless stay unpublished. The booklet of SWAN makes Naess’s paintings extra totally available to students, scholars, and critics alike.

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