Movements of thought in the nineteenth century [by] George H. Mead ... edited by Merritt H. Moore ...

; Moore, Merritt H. (Merritt Hadden), editor
Chicago, Ill., University of Chicago Press [1936] .
ISBN 0226536386

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Other Title Thought in the nineteenth century.
Other Authors Moore, Merritt H.
Subjects Philosophie -- 19e siècle.
Philosophie française -- 19e siècle.
Philosophy, French -- 19th century.
Philosophy, French.
Philosophy, Modern -- 19th century.
Philosophy, Modern.
Science -- Philosophy.
Sciences -- Philosophie.
Description xxxix, 518, [1] pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1936]
Notes "Appendix. French philosophy in the nineteenth century": pages 418-510.
Contents chapter 1. From Renaissance to revolution -- chapter 2. Kant, the philosopher of the revolution -- chapter 3. The revolution breaks down; Romanticism is born -- chapter 4. Kant and the background of philosophic romanticism -- chapter 5. The romantic philosophers -Fichte -- chapter 6. The romantic philosophers -Schelling -- chapter 7. The romantic philosophers -Hegel -- chapter 8. Evolution becomes a general idea -- chapter 9. The Industrial Revolution -the quest for markets -- chapter 10. The social Renaissance -utilitarianism -- chapter 11. The social Renaissance -Karl Marx and socialism -- chapter 12. Industry a boon to science -mechanism the handmaid of finality -- chapter 13. Modern science is research science -- chapter 14. Science raises problems for philosophy -vitalism; Henri Bergson -- chapter 15. Science raises problems for philosophy -realism and pragmatism -- chapter 16. The problem of society -how we become selves -- chapter 17. Mind approached through behavior -can its study be made scientific? -- chapter 18. Individuality in the nineteenth century -- Appendix: French philosophy in the nineteenth century.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)372710
(OCoLC)ocm00372710
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WorldCat Identities Mead, George Herbert, 1863-1931.
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