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Author Gardiner, Patrick L., 1922-1997
Title Nineteenth-century philosophy / edited and with an introduction by Patrick L. Gardiner
Imprint New York : Free Press, 1969
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 Chinese Lit.&Phi. Lib.  143.25 G223    AVAILABLE    30580003520488
Descript 456 pages ; 21 cm
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Series Readings in the history of philosophy
Readings in the history of philosophy
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 443-452) and index
Fichte -- Hegel -- Schopenhauer -- Comte -- Whewell -- Mill -- Feuerbach -- Stirner -- Marx -- Kierkegaard -- Nietzsche -- Mach -- Bradley
"The full scope and impact of Western philosophy from the Presocratics to the important thinkers of the twentieth century are presented in this original paperback series. Readings in the History of Philosophy contains many selections that appear in English for the first time, as well as selections that have never before been available in a modestly priced edition. Under the general editorship of Paul Edwards of the Cuty University of New York, Brooklyn College, and Richard H. Popkin of the University of California, San Diego, this series presents extensive and carefully chosen selections that emphasize the range and significance of the important philosophers of each period, their inter-relationships with each other and with the intellectual currents of their age. The eight volumes, prepared by distinguished experts in the field, contain comprehenisive introductions, notes that discuss the import of the material presented, and extensive bibliographies. Readings in the History of Philosophy is organized chornologically; thus, each volume may be used independently as introductory, comparative, or reference material in a wide range of courses in philosophy and humanities. Taken together, these eight volumes form an integrated series that skillfully illustrates the contributions and influence of the major figures of Western philosophy from the Greeks to the present."--Back cover
Subject Philosophy, Modern -- 19th century
Philosophy
Philosophie -- 19e siècle
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