Recovering the Personal: The Philosophical Anthropology of William H. Poteat

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Recovering the Personal will be of interest to a broad range of intellectual readers with interests in philosophy, psychology, theology, and the humanities.

About the Author: Dale W. Cannon is professor emeritus of philosophy and religious studies at Western Oregon University.

Ronald L. Hall is professor of philosophy at Stetson University.

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