Eighteenth-century philosophy / edited and with an introduction by Lewis White Beck.

New York : Free Press, [1966] .
ISBN 0029021006

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Other Title 18-century philosophy
Subjects Filosofie.
Philosophy, Modern -- 18th century.
Philosophy, Modern.
Series Readings in the history of philosophy.
Description vi, 321 pages ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 303-315) and index.
Contents Newton. Selections from the Principia -- Locke. Selections from the Essay concerning human understanding -- Berkeley. Selections from Treatise concerning principles of human knowledge -- Hume. Selections from Enquiry concerning human understanding -- Reid. Selections from Essays on the intellectual powers of man -- Rousseau. Selection from Discourse on the arts and sciences -- Condillac. Selections from Treatise on systems and Essay on the origin of human knowledge -- Diderot. Selection from Conversation between d'Alembert and Diderot -- D'Holbach. Selection from Good sense -- Voltaire. Selections from the Philosophical dictionary -- Leibniz. The Monadology ; Selection from New essays concerning human understanding ; Selection from Correspondence with Samuel Clarke -- Wolff. Selection from Reasonable thoughts on God, the world, the soul of man, and things in general -- Lessing. The education of the human race -- Kant. Selections from the Critique of pure reason.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)173248
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