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Modern classical philosophers : selections illustrating modern philosophy from Bruno to Bergson

Author: Benjamin Rand
Publisher: [Boston?] : Houghton Mifflin ; Cambridge, Mass. : Cambridge Press, ©1952.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Rand
OCLC Number: 15509721
Description: xiv, 893 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: I Giordano Bruno --
Concerning the cause, the principle, and the one --
II Francis Bacon --
Novum organum --
"The idols" --
"Induction" --
III Thomas Hobbes --
Leviathan --
Part I of man --
Of sense --
Of imagination --
Of the consequence or train of imaginations --
Of reason and science --
Of voluntary motions commonly called passions --
Of the natural condition of mankind --
Of the first and second natural laws and of contracts --
Of other laws of nature --
Part II of commonwealth --
Of the causes, generation and definition of a commonwealth --
IV René Descartes --
Discourse on method --
Meditations on the first philosophy --
Of the things of which we may doubt --
Of the nature of the human mind --
Of God, that He exists --
V Baruch de Spinoza --
The ethics --
Concerning God --
Of the nature and origin of the mind --
Of the power of understanding or of human freedom --
VI Gottfried Wilhelm Von Leibnitz --
The monadology --
VII John Locke --
An essay concerning human understanding --
Of innate principles --
Introduction --
No innate speculative principles --
No innate practical principles --
Of ideas --
Of ideas in general --
Of simple ideas --
Of simple ideas of sense --
Idea of solidity --
Of simple ideas of reflection --
Of simple ideas of both sensation and reflection --
Farther considerations concerning our simple ideas of sensation --
Of perception --
Of complex ideas --
Of our complex ideas of substances --
Of knowledge --
Of the extent of human knowledge --
Of the reality of human knowledge --
George Berkeley --
A treatise concerning the principles of human knowledge --
IX David Hume --
An enquiry concerning human understanding --
Of the origin of human understanding --
Of the origin of ideas --
Of the association of ideas --
Skeptical doubts concerning the operations of the understanding --
Of the idea of necessary connection --
Of the academical or skeptical philosophy --
X Étienne Bonnot de Condillac --
Treatise on sensations --
First notions, desire, will and personality, of a man limited to sense of smell --
XI Immanuel Kant --
Critique of pure reason --
Transcendental aesthetic --
Transcendental analytic --
Analytic of conceptions --
Critique of pure reason [continued] --
Analytic of principles --
Schematism of pure concepts --
Principles of pure understanding --
Distinction of phenomena and noumena --
Transcendental dialectic --
Paralogisms of pure reason --
Antinomy of pure reason --
The ideal of pure reason --
Critique of practical reason --
The analytic of practical reason --
The dialectic of practical reason --
XII Johann Gottlieb Fichte --
First introduction into the science of knowledge --
The science of knowledge --
"The fundamental principles of knowledge" --
The vocation of man --
Faith --
XIII Friederich Wilhelm von Schelling --
System of transcendental idealism --
Introduction to idealism --
The principle of transcendental idealism --
XIV Georg Wilhelm F. Hegel --
The logic of Hegel --
Introduction --
Preliminary notion --
Logic further defined and divided --
The doctrine of being --
The doctrine of essence --
The doctrine of the notion --
The phenomenology of the spirit --
The contrite consciousness --
XV Arthur Schopenahauer --
The world as will and idea --
The world as idea --
Obejectification of the will --
Platonic idea: the object of art --
Assertion and denial of the will --
XVI Auguste Comte --
The positive philosophy --
View of the nature and importance of the positive philosophy --
XVII John Stuart Mill --
An examination of Sir William Hamilton's philosophy --
The psychological theory of the belief in an external world --
XVIII Herbert Spencer --
First principles of a new system of philosophy --
The unknowable --
The knowable --
Philosophy defined --
The law of evolution --
XIX Hermann Lotze --
Microcosmus --
Life --
Beginning and end of soul-life --
The unity of things --
The real and the ideal --
XX Charles Renuovier --
Essays of general criticism --
First essay; general analysis of knowledge --
On representation in general --
Definition of representation in general and of fact and phenomenon --
First analysis of representation --
The representation implies nothing but its own elements --
Recapitulation --
Analysis of the fundamental laws --
Definition of categories --
General law of relation --
Second essay; man: certitude --
XXI Francis Herbert Bradley --
Appearance and reality --
The absolute and its appearances --
XXII Josiah Royce --
The spirit of modern philosophy --
Reality and idealism --
XXIII William James Pragmatism --
What pragmatism means --
XIV Henri Bergson --
Creative evolution --
The vital impetus --
The divergent directions of the evolution of life --
The meaning of evolution.
Responsibility: compiled by Benjamin Rand.

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