Make us homepage
Add to Favorites
FAIL (the browser should render some flash content, not this).

Main page » Fiction literature » Routledge History of Philosophy

Routledge History of Philosophy


Routledge History of Philosophy

The Routledge History of Philosophy provides a chronological survey of the history of Western Philosophy, from its beginnings in the sixth century B.C. to the present time. It discusses all major philosophical developments in depth. Most space is allocated to those individuals who, by common consent, are regard as great philosophers. But lesser figures have not been neglected, and together the ten volumes of the History include basic and critical information about every significant philosopher of the past and present. These philosophers are clearly situated within the cultural and, in particular the scientific context of their time.

The History is intended not only for the specialist, but also for the student and the general reader. Each chapter is by an acknowledged authority in the field. The chapters are written in an accessible style and a glossary of technical terms is provided in each volume.

Routledge History Of Philosophy the complete series of 10 volumes:

Vol. I/From the Beginning to Plato
Edited by: C. C. W. Taylor

Vol.II/Aristotle to Augustine
David Furley

Vol.III/Medieval Philosophy
Edited by: John Marenbon

Vol.IV/The Renaissance and Seventeenth Century Rationalism
Edited by: G. H. R. Parkinson

Vol.V/British Empiricism and the Enlightenment
Edited by: Stuart Brown

Vol.VI/The Age of German Idealism
Edited by: Robert C. Solomon, Kathleen M. Higgins

Vol.VII/The Nineteenth Century
Edited by: C. L. Ten

Vol.VIII/Twentieth Century Continental Philosophy
Richard Kearney

Vol.IX/Philosophy of the English-Speaking World in the Twentieth Century
1: Science, Logic and Mathematics
Edited by: S. G. Shanker

Vol.X/Philosophy of the English-Speaking World in the Twentieth Century
: Meaning, Knowledge and Value
Edited by: John Canfield

Purchase Routledge History of Philosophy from
Dear user! You need to be registered and logged in to fully enjoy We recommend registering or logging in.

Tags: Philosophy, History, Routledge, discusses, present