The Cambridge History of Eighteenth-Century Philosophy (2 Volume Boxed Set)

The Cambridge History of Eighteenth-Century Philosophy (2 Volume Boxed Set)

by Knud Haakonssen
     
 

Over thirty eminent scholars have contributed to The Cambridge History of Eighteenth-Century Philosophy – the most comprehensive history of the subject available in English.See more details below

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Over thirty eminent scholars have contributed to The Cambridge History of Eighteenth-Century Philosophy – the most comprehensive history of the subject available in English.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521280884
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
12/31/2011
Pages:
1424
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 2.60(d)

Table of Contents

Part I. The Concept of Eighteenth-Century Philosophy: 1. The history of eighteenth-century philosophy: history or philosophy? Knud Haakonssen; 2. Concepts of philosophy Werner Schneiders; 3. Schools and movements Carl Henrik Koch; 4. The institutionalisation of philosophy in continental Europe T. J. Hochstrasser; 5. The curriculum in Britain, Ireland and the colonies M. A. Stewart; 6. Informal networks Ann Thomson; Part II. The Science of Human Nature: 7. Philosophical methods Reinhard Brandt; 8. Human nature Aaron Garrett; 9. Perception and ideas, judgment Kenneth Winkler; 10. Self-consciousness and personal identity Udo Thiel; 11. Reason Michel Malherbe; 12. Substances and modes, space and time Heiner F. Klemme; 13. Causality Heiner F. Klemme; 14. Knowledge and belief Manfred Kuehn; 15. Scepticism Richard H. Popkin; 16. Philosophy of language Hans Aarsleff; 17. Rhetoric Peter France; 18. Aesthetics Rudolf A. Makkreel; 19. The active powers Jerome B. Schneewind; 20. Education Geraint Parry; Part III. Philosophy and Theology: 21. Natural and revealed religion B. A. Gerrish; 22. Revealed religion: the continental European debate Maria Rosa Antognazza; 23. Revealed religion: the British debate M. A. Stewart; 24. Arguments for the existence of God: the British debate M. A. Stewart; 25. Arguments for the existence of God: the continental European debate Maria Rosa Antognazza; 26. The problem of theodicy Luca Fonnesu; 27. Religion and society Simone Zurbuchen; Part IV. Natural Philosophy: 28. Artifice and the natural world: mathematics, logic, technology James Franklin; 29. The study of nature John Gascoigne; 30. Natural philosophy Pierre Kerszberg; 31. Natural history Phillip R. Sloan; Part V. Moral Philosophy: 32. The foundations of morality David Fate Norton and Manfred Kuehn; 33. Norm and normativity Stephen Darwall; 34. Politics W. Kersting; 35. Social sciences Robert Brown; 36. Philosophical reflection on history Dario Perinetti.

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