By John C. Merrill, Ralph D. Berenger and Charles J. Merrill
What If You Could Interview the Greatest Minds in the History of Communication?
YOU CAN, thanks to John C. Merrill, Ralph D. Berenger and Charles J. Merrill, who have used their imaginations to help others learn about the important contributions that Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes, Locke, Dewey and others have made to the history of the press and communication.
"This book is intended for general readers and university students who, while having an interest in philosophy, don’t want to much of it," the authors write in the preface to this highly readable book. "Especially it is aimed at journalism and communication students—and by extension to practicing mass communicators—who are tired of wading through gray fields of type and esoteric language to get at the essence of the ideas of great thinkers."