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History of philosophy, by Julián Marías. Translated from the Spanish by Stanley Appelbaum and Clarence C. Strowbridge.

New York, Dover Publications [1967] .
ISBN 9780486217390, 0486217396

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Standard Title Historia de la filosofía. English
Subjects Philosophie -- Histoire.
Philosophy -- History.
Description xviii, 505 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes "A new English translation of the twenty-second Spanish edition of Historia de la filosofia ... published ... in 1966."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 469-487).
Also issued online.
Summary Translated into English for the first time, under the supervision of Dr. Marias, the History of Philosophy presents a full, detailed, lucid history of Western thought from the pre-Socratics to the middle 20th century. It provides very thorough surveys of basic figures, currents and trends, with background, biographical data (where possible), survey of literature, summary of ideas, critical evaluation, and historical significance in the chain of Western philosophy.
Contents The suppositions of Greek philosophy -- The pre-socratics -- The sophists and Socrates -- Plato -- Aristotle -- The ideal of the wise man -- Neoplatonism -- Christianity and philosophy -- Patristic speculation -- St. Augustine -- Scholasticism -- The great themes of the middle ages -- The medieval philosophers -- The renaissance world -- The beginning of modern philosophy -- Descartes -- Cartesianism in France -- Spinoza -- Leibniz -- British philosophy -- The enlightenment -- The formation of the modern epoch -- Kant -- The problem of Kantian philosophy -- Fichte -- Schelling -- Hegel -- The thought of the romantic age -- The triumph over sensationalism -- Comte's positivism -- Philosophy of positivist inspiration -- The discovery of life -- The return to traditional metaphysics -- Brentano -- The idea of life -- English-language philosophy.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)606931
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Marías, Julián, 1914-2005.
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