The Idiosyncratic Philosophy of Herman De Dijn
(Guido Vanheeswijck) The Low Countries - 2009, № 17, pp. 302-303
Herman De Dijn's philosophy has never been a purely intellectual game. With him, as with every important philosopher, it has always been a matter of commitment, in the service of which philosophy was used. So for many people De Dijn has been a thorn in their flesh. But then, in philosophical circles that is actually the greatest compliment.
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