An intellectual history of modern Europe [by] Roland N. Stromberg.


New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts [1966] .

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Subjects Philosophie.
Philosophy, Modern.
Description xii, 487 pages 24 cm
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 447-476).
Contents The great tradition and its decadence -- The scientific and intellectual revolution of the seventeenth century -- The seventeenth-century revolution in political thought -- The transition to the enlightenment at the end of the seventeenth century -- The enlightenment: Deists and "philosophers" -- The enlightenment: Sceptics and "scientists" -- Romanticism and revolution: 1789-1815 -- The birth of ideologies: 1815-1848 -- Classical ideologies of the mid-nineteenth century: Mill, Comte, Darwin -- Nineteenth-century ideologies: Marxism -- The crisis of European thought: 1880-1914 -- The West in trouble: from World War I to World War II -- Contemporary ideas in the West.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00280252
(OCoLC)280252
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