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The story of philosophy : the lives and opinions of the greater philosophers

ผู้แต่ง: Will Durant
สำนักพิมพ์: New York, New York : Pocket Books, 1961. ©1926
ครั้งที่พิมพ์/รูปแบบ:   หนังสือ : ภาษาอังกฤษ : Second editionดูครั้งที่พิมพ์และรูปแบบ
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ผู้แต่งทั้งหมด : ผู้แต่งร่วม Will Durant
ISBN: 0671739166 9780671739164
OCLC Number: 34579945
หมายเหตุ: "Washington Square Press Philosophy."
คำอธิบาย: xxix, 543 pages ; 18 cm
สารบัญ: Preface to the second edition --
Introduction: On the uses of philosophy --
Plato: --
Context of Plato --
Socrates --
Preparation of Plato --
Ethical problem --
Political problem --
Psychological problem --
Psychological solution --
Political solution --
Ethical solution --
Criticism --
Aristotle And Greek Science: --
Historical background --
Work of Aristotle --
Foundation of logic --
Organization of science: --
Greek science before Aristotle --
Aristotle as a naturalist --
Foundation of biology --
Metaphysics and the nature of God --
Psychology and the nature of art --
Ethics and the nature of happiness --
Politics: --
Communism and conservatism --
Marriage and education --
Democracy and aristocracy --
Criticism --
Later life and death --
Francis Bacon: --
From Aristotle to the Renaissance --
Political career of Francis Bacon --
Essays --
Great reconstruction: --
Advancement of learning --
New Organon --
Utopia of science --
Criticism --
Epilogue --
Spinoza: --
Historical and biographical: --
Odyssey of the Jews --
Education of Spinoza --
Excommunication --
Retirement and death --
Treatise on religion and the state --
Improvement of the intellect --
Ethics: --
Nature and God --
Matter and mind --
Intelligence and morals --
Religion and immortality --
Political treatise --
Influence of Spinoza --
Voltaire and the French Enlightenment: --
Paris: Cedipe --
London: Letters on the English --
Cirey: the Romances --
Potsdam and Frederick --
Les Delices: the Essay on morals --
Ferney: Candide --
Encyclopedia and the philosophic dictionary --
Ecrasez 'Infame --
Voltaire and Rousseau --
Denouement --
Immanuel Kant And German Idealism: --
Roads to Kant --
From Voltaire to Kant --
From Locke to Kant --
From Rousseau to Kant --
Kant himself --
Critique of pure reason: --
Transcendental esthetic --
Transcendental analytic --
Transcendental dialectic --
Critique of practical reason --
On religion and reason --
On politics and eternal peace --
Criticism and estimate --
Note on Hegel --
Schopenhauer: --
Age --
Man --
World as idea --
World as will: --
Will to live --
Will to reproduce --
World as evil --
Wisdom of life: --
Philosophy --
Genius --
Art --
Religion --
Wisdom of death --
Criticism --
Herbert Spencer: --
Comte and Darwin --
Development of Spencer --
First principles: --
Unknowable --
Evolution --
Biology: the evolution of life --
Psychology: the evolution of mind --
Sociology: the evolution of society --
Ethics: the evolution of morals --
Criticism: --
First principles --
Biology and psychology --
Sociology and ethics --
Conclusion --
Friedrich Neitzsche: --
Lineage of Nietzsche --
Youth --
Nietzsche and Wagner --
Song of Zarathustra --
Hero-morality --
Superman --
Decadence --
Aristocracy --
Criticism --
Finale --
Contemporary European Philosophers: --
Henri Bergson: --
Revolt against materialism --
Mind and brain --
Creative evolution --
Criticism --
Benedetto Croce: --
Man --
Philosophy of the spirit --
What is beauty? --
Criticism --
Bertrand Russell: --
Logician --
Reformer --
Epilogue --
Contemporary American Philosophers: --
Introduction: --
George Santayana: --
Biographical --
Scepticism and animal faith --
Reason in science --
Reason in religion --
Reason in society --
Comment --
William James: --
Personal --
Pragmatism --
Pluralism --
Comment --
John Dewey: --
Education --
Instrumentalism --
Science and politics --
Conclusion --
Glossary --
Index.
ชื่อเรื่องอื่น: Lives and opinions of the greater philosophers
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