MAN AND COSMOS by Paul Chauchard


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Man and Cosmos is a study of scientific phenomenology in the hard de Chardin. It is, in effect, an attempt at of the tologist's thought on the nature of man. Although Chauchard occasionali one as being blindly loyal, rather than intelligently loyal, to the he does succeed to a large extent in his object of demonstrating the the lack of foundation of many of the objections to the Teilhardian chapter on the relationship of Teilhard's scientific phenomenology to philosophy is original and particularly enlightening. This book will be to the specialist rather than to the general reader, but among the should be regarded as an unusually illuminating exposition of Teilhard thought.