Our Town

Our Town

A Play in Three Acts

Book - 1965
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Daniel Dennett is one of the most influential thinkers at the interface between philosophy and science. This book is a comprehensive examination of Dennett's ideas on the nature of thought, consciousness, free will and the significance of Darwinism.
Publisher: New York : Coward-McCann in cooperation with S. French, 1965.
Edition: Acting ed.
ISBN: 9780573613494
Branch Call Number: LPLD890328175500
Characteristics: ix, 102 p. ;,18 cm.


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doudou_2 Jul 06, 2013

I really love this play! It is a blend between morals and the simple life of an american town. I love the way it shows every detail of people's daily life, their perspective about love and marriage and how they deal with death. It made me feel that life is wonderful and we should know the meaning of every second while we live it. However, I would recommend reading it while or after watching the Broadway play in order to visualize the complex details.

booklady413 Jul 31, 2012

This Pulitzer Prize winning play explores what it is to be human. It's a wonderful play- one that really makes you think.

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booklady413 Aug 07, 2012

"Oh earth, your're too wonderful for anybody to realize you. Do any human beings ever realize life while they live it -- every, every minute?"


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