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Max Scheler (1) [1874–1928]

This page covers the author of Man's Place in Nature.

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Max Ferdinand Scheler was a well-known and highly-regarded German philosopher who helped begin the study of phenomenology. Martin Heidegger and Jose Ortega y Gassett said that all 20th century philosophers were in debt to Scheler. Pope John Paul II (Karol Wotyla) wrote his doctoral dissertation on the work of Max Scheler.

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