This work is a detailed analytical study of different forms of
silent doing. It explores a range of topics related to silence,
including the theory of silent doing and its relationship to other
forms of action and communication, silence and aesthetics, the
ethics and politics of silence, and the religious dimensions of
silence. This book, as an original contribution to analytical
philosophy, should be of interest to philosophers and students.
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