Contemporary European philosophy. Translated from the German by Donald Nicholl and Karl Aschenbrenner [from the 2d revised German edition].


Berkeley, University of California Press, 1956.

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Standard Title Europäische Philosophie der Gegenwart. English
Subjects Philosophie -- 20e siècle.
Philosophy, Modern.
Description xviii, 326 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1956.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 267-321).
Contents I. Origin of contemporary philosophy. The nineteenth century: The nature and growth of modern philosophy, Kant, Romanticism, Main currents ; The crisis: The changing situation, The crisis in Newtonian physics, The critique of science, The crisis of mathematics: mathematical logic, The phenomenological method, Vitalistic irrationalism, The renaissance of realist metaphysics, Return to speculation, Pluralism ; The beginning of the twentieth century: Characteristics, The empiricists, Idealism ; Main currents of contemporary philosophy: The schools, Influences, The relative importance of the systems, General characteristics, External features. -- II. Philosophy of matter. Bertrand Russell: English neorealism, Common characteristics of neorealism, Bertrand Russell's personality and development, Concept of philosophy, Pluralism and realism, Psychology ; Neopostivism: Ancestry and chief representatives, Characteristics and evolution, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Logic and experience, The meaning of statement, Protocol sentences, Hans Reichenbach, Analytical philosophy ; Dialectical materialism: Characteristics, Origin and representatives, Developments in Russia, Materialism, Dialectical evolution: monism and determinism, Psychology, Epistemology, Values.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)370906
(OCoLC)ocm00370906
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WorldCat Identities Bochenski, Joseph M., 1902-1995.
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