Great visions of philosophy; varieties of speculative thought in the west from the Greeks to Bergson.


La Salle, Ill., Open Court Pub. Company, 1950.

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Subjects Philosophie - Histoire.
Philosophie -- Histoire.
Philosophy -- History.
Philosophy.
Series Paul Carus lectures ; 4th ser.
Description xvii, 484 pages portrait 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1950.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 475-478).
Contents Prologue: Philosophy as vision -- part 1. Ancient visions: 1. The first stage in the life of reason: naturalism -- 2. The second stage in the life of reason: humanism -- 3. The third stage in the life of reason: naturalistic humanism -- 4. The fourth stage in the life of reason: rationalistic mysticism -- part 2. The theocratic interlude -- part 3. Modern visions: 1. Naturalistic rationalism -- 2. Humanistic empiricism -- 3. Humanistic rationalism -- 4. Naturalistic empiricism and the Bergsonian reaction -- Epilogue: From each great vision.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)280565
(OCoLC)ocm00280565
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WorldCat Identities Montague, William Pepperell, 1873-1953.
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