An account of the trial of Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb on a charge of murder in Chicago, 1924
Compiled from transcripts of the proceedings and narrated by EDGAR LUSTGARTEN
Produced by JOE BURROUGHS
States Attorney Crowe:
by J. HINTIKKA
Professor of Philosophy in the University of Helsinki
Kant shifted the centre of philosophy from the universe to man. Professor Hintikka discusses the influence of this revolution on Kant's view of mathematics.
The talk Is read by T. S. Gregory
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