Science is merely a tool. Tools may be used—and abused—towards this or that end, but they do not determine the end that is chosen.
In this lecture series, David Dusenbury explores Jan Patočka’s Heretical Essays in the Philosophy of History. Published in 1975, these were the final works by the mid-twentieth century Czech philosopher and dissident.
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