Ideas of the Great Philosophers

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Barnes & Noble Publishing, 1966 - 181 頁
If you never understood why Plato's philosophy of Ideal Forms is called Realism, Ideas of the Great Philosophers makes ideal reading. This compact book provides a veritable brief history of philosophy, offering precise descriptions of the major branches of philosophical thought and exploring the contributions of great thinkers to the various fields of philosophic inquiry. -- Amazon.
 

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The first section of the book is good, but as the book goes on, ideas are less presented to the reader as they are thrown at him. If this book were written with consistent pacing, it would be twice as long. 閱讀評論全文

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PART ONEEPISTEMOLOGY AND LOGIC
3
PART TWOETHICS AND PHILOSOPHIES OF LIFE
31
PART THREESOCIAL POLITICAL AND LEGAL
59
PreCartesian Metaphysics
121
PART SIXTYPES OF PHILOSOPHY
147
INDEX
171
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