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The Cambridge history of philosophy in the nineteenth century (1790-1870)

Author: Allen W Wood; Songsuk Susan Hahn
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
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"The latest volume in the Cambridge Histories of Philosophy series, The Cambridge History of Philosophy in the Nineteenth Century brings together twenty-nine leading experts in the field and covers the years 1790-1870. Their twenty-seven chapters provide a comprehensive survey of the period, organizing the material topically. After a brief editor's introduction, it begins with three chapters surveying the background  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Allen W Wood; Songsuk Susan Hahn
ISBN: 9780521772730 0521772737
OCLC Number: 664450974
Description: xvi, 992 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction Allen W. Wood --
PART I. PHILOSOPHY IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: 1. THE KANTIAN AFTERMATH: REACTION AND REVOLUTION IN GERMAN PHILOSOPHY ROBERT PIPPIN --
2. The social conditions of philosophy in the nineteenth century Terry Pinkard --
3. The unity of reason and the diversity of life: the idea of a system in Kant and nineteenth century philosophy Rolf-Peter Horstmann --
PART II. LOGIC AND MATHEMATICS: 4. ATTEMPTS TO RETHINK LOGIC JEREMY HEIS --
5. Some developments in the philosophy of mathematics 1790-1870 Janet Folina --
PART III. NATURE: 6. CONCEPTIONS OF THE NATURAL WORLDS 1790-1870 ALEXANDER RUEGER --
7. Natural sciences Philippe Huneman --
PART IV. MIND, LANGUAGE, AND CULTURE: 8. PSYCHOLOGY GARY HATFIELD --
9. Language Michael N. Forster --
10. The emergence of the humans sciences from the moral sciences Rudolf Makkreel --
11. The beautiful and the good: aesthetics 1790-1870 Paul Guyer. PART V. ETHICS: 12. AUTONOMY AND THE SELF AS THE BASIS OF MORALITY BERNARD REGINSTER --
13. Ethics and the social good John Skorupski --
14. Moral epistemology Jerome B. Schneewind and Allen W. Wood --
15. Antimoralism Allen W. Wood --
PART VI. RELIGION: 16. CHALLENGES TO RELIGION IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY VAN A. HARVEY --
17. Three types of speculative religion Stephen Crites --
18. The defense of traditional religion 1790-1870 James C. Livingston --
PART VII. SOCIETY: 19. PHILOSOPHICAL RESPONSES TO THE FRENCH REVOLUTION FREDERICK C. BEISER AND PAMELA EDWARDS --
20. The decline of natural right Jeremy Waldron --
21. Conceptions of society in nineteenth century social thought Frederick Neuhouser --
22. Nineteenth century political economy Debra Satz --
23. The nation state Erica Benner --
24. Nineteenth century ideals: self-culture and the religion of humanity Daniel Brudney --
25. Social dissatisfaction and social change Christine Blaettler --
PART VIII. HISTORY: 26. PHILOSOPHIZING ABOUT HISTORY: THE METHOD OF ZUSAMMENHANG LAURENCE DICKEY --
27. Philosophy of history: the German tradition from Herder to Marx John Zammito --
28. The history of philosophy Michael N. Forster.
Responsibility: edited by Allen W. Wood, Songsuk Susan Hahn.
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