A short history of philosophy
A short history of philosophy
Oxford University Press, 1996
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 315-324) and index
cloth ISBN 9780195086478
This is a general history of philosophy, written in an accessible style. It focuses on Western philosophy but also discusses non-Western philosophical traditions. The authors cover major philosophers and movements as well as minor but interesting figures. They treat serious religious thought as philosophical, and include information about the Jewish, Christian, and other religious traditions.
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This is a general history of philosophy, written in an accessible style. It focuses on Western philosophy but also discusses non-Western philosophical traditions. The authors cover major philosophers and movements as well as minor but interesting figures. They treat serious religious thought as philosophical, and include information about the Jewish, Christian and other religious traditions.
Biographical Chronology I. The Search for World Order: Ancient Philosophy The "Axial Period" and the Origins of Philosophy The "Miracle" of Greece Philosophy, Myth, Religion, and Science Meaning and Creation: Cosmogony and the Origins of Philosophy Vedas and Vedanta: Early Philosophy in India The First (Greek) Philosopher The Pre-Socratic Philosophers (I): The Stuff of the World The Pre-Socratic Philosophers (II): The Underlying Order The Pre-Socratic Philosophers (III): The Pluralists Enter the Sophists Socrates Plato: Metaphysician or Sublime Humorist? The Philosopher's Philosopher: Aristotle A Footnote to Plato (and Aristotle) Tough Times: Stoicism, Skepticism, and Epicureanism Mysticism and Logic in Ancient India: Nagarjuna and Nyaya II. God and the Philosophers: Religious and Medieval Philosophy Religion and Spirituality: Three Philosophical Themes The Wisdom of the East (I): Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism The Wisdom of the East (II): Confucius and Confucianism The Wisdom of the East (III): Lao-tzu, Chuang-tzu, and Taoism Deep in the Heart of Persia: Zoroastrianism From Athens to Jerusalem: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam The Hebrew People and the Origins of Judaism Greek Jew: Philo of Alexandria The Birth of Christianity The Opening of Christianity: St. Paul Neoplatonism and Christianity St. Augustine and the Inner Life of Spirit The First Great Split Within Christianity The Rise of Islam Mysticism Persia and the Peripatetic Tradition Diaspora, Dialectic, and Mysticism in Judaism Thinking God: Anselm, Abelard, Aquinas, and Scholasticism Late Scholasticism: Duns Scotus and William of Ockham In Search of Essences: The Alchemists Philosophical Syntheses Outside the West The Reformation: Luther and His Progeny The Counter-Reformation, Erasmus, and More After Aristotle: Bacon, Hobbes, Machiavelli, and the Renaissance Before the "Discovery": Africa and the Americas III. Between Science and Religion: Modern Philosophy and the Enlightenment Science, Religion, and the Meaning of Modernism Montaigne: The First Modern Philosopher? Descartes and the New Science Spinoza, Leibniz, Pascal, and Newton The Enlightenment, Colonialism, and the Eclipse of the Orient Locke, Hume, and Empiricism Adam Smith, the Moral Sentiments, and the Protestant Ethic Voltaire, Rousseau, and Revolution Immanuel Kant: Saving Science Kant's Moral Philosophy and the Third Critique The Discovery of History: Hegel Philosophy and Poetry: Rationalism and Romanticism Romantic West Meets East: Schopenhauer After Hegel: Kierkegaard, Feuerbach, and Marx Mill, Darwin, and Nietzsche: Consumerism, Energy, and Evolution Early Philosophy in America IV. From Modernism to Postmodernism: The Twentieth Century The Rejection of Idealism: A Century of Horrors Frege, Russell, and Husserl: Arithmetic, Atomism, Phenomenology Zarathustra in the Trenches: The Limits of Rationality The American Experience in Philosophy: Pragmatism Changing Reality: Philosophies of Process Unamuno, Croce, and Heidegger: The Tragic Sense of Life Hitler, the Holocaust, Positivism, and Existentialism No Exit: The Existentialism of Camus, Sarte, and Beauvoir From Ideal to Ordinary Language: From Cambridge to Oxford Women and Gender: The Feminization of Philosophy The Return of the Oppressed: Africa, Asia, and the Americas From Postmodernism to the New Age World Philosophy: Promise or Pretense Notes Selected Bibliography Index
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