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by Marthinus Versfeld
Versfeld came from an Afrikaans family with a long history in the Western Cape region .
Versfeld came from an Afrikaans family with a long history in the Western Cape region of South Africa. He attended the South African College Schools and did his undergraduate and Master's studies at the University of Cape Town. Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1982. Pretoria: Protea, 2009.
Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1982. Marthinus Versfeld – 'n volledige lewe", introduction to Marthinus Versfeld Die Neukery mat die Appelboom en ander essays. Pretoria: Protea, 2009, 9–17. Marthinus Versfeld: die man en sy denke", Tydskrif vir Letterkunde 4, 1966, 62–72.
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Originally published in 1940, this book provides a thorough discussion of René Descartes philosophy of metaphysics, examining the three major points of the mind and body, freedom of the will and religion and science. Books related to An Essay on the Metaphysics of Descartes. Kant: 4 books in English translation. The Life of the Mind.
Marthinus Johannes Versfeld was born on month day 1841, at birth place, to Jan Hendrik Versfeld, b5c1 and Johanna Susanna Elisabeth Versfeld, b5c1 (born Stadler). Jan was born on March 8 1810. Johanna was born on May 20 1808, in Bloubergstrand, Cape Town, South Africa. Marthinus had 5 siblings: Jan Hendrik Hofmeijr Versfeld, Hendrik Paul Versfeld and 3 other siblings. Marthinus married Johanna Wilhelmina Christina Versfeld (born Louw) on month day 1869, at age 28 at marriage place. Johanna was born on June 29 1848, in South Africa
These fourteen pieces reveal Hawking variously as the scientist, the man, the concerned world citizen, and-always-the rigorous and imaginative thinker.
Juta and Company Ltd, 2004 - 160 pages. A reissue of a classic South African cookbook, which is at the same time a book of profound wisdom and great delight. Martin Versveld was a man of many parts and philosopher of renown and, in this work he provides stimulation and, quite literally, food for thought. If it offers new insights into what may be termed the semiotics of gastronomy, it also transcends our customary systems of thought to become an inquiry into human values.