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History of Philosophy : Volume I.

History of Philosophy : Volume I.

Author: Johann Eduard Erdmann
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Erdmann, Johann Eduard.
History of Philosophy.
London : Routledge, 2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Johann Eduard Erdmann
ISBN: 9781317853404 1317853407 1306855047 9781306855044 9781317853398 1317853393
OCLC Number: 881416265
Description: 1 online resource (757 pages)
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Original Title Page; The Library of Philosophy; Editor's Preface; Preface to Volume First; Preface to the Second Edition; Preface to the Third Edition; Table of Contents; Introduction. 1-14; Part First. Ancient Philosophy; Introduction, 15; Sources and Authorities, 16; First Period. Immaturity; I. The Pure Physiologers, 21-27; A. Thales, 22; B. Anaximander, 24; C. Anaximenes, 26; D. Diogenes of Apollonia, 28; II. The Pure Metaphysicians, 30-41; A. The Pythagoreans, 31-33; B. The Eleatics, 34-41; a. Xenophanes, 34. B. Parmenides, 36c. Melissus, 38; d. Zeno, 40; III. The Metaphysical Physiologers, 42-48; A. Heraclitus, 43; B. Empedocles, 45; C. The Atomists, 47; Second Period. The Attic Philosophy; I. Anaxagoras, 52; II. The Sophists, 54-62; III. Socrates, 63-66; IV. The Socratic Schools, 67-73; V. Plato, 74-82; VI. Aristotle, 83-91; Third Period. Decay; I. The Dogmatists, 95-98; II. The Sceptics, 99-104; III. The Syncretists, 105-114; Conclusion. 115; Part Second. Medælval Philosophy; Introduction, 116-120; First Period. Patristics. I. The Gnostics, 122-125II. The Neo-Platonists, 126-130; III. The Church Fathers; Second Period. Scholasticism; I. The Rise of Scholasticism, 152-177; A. Scholasticism as a Fusion of Religion and Reason, 154-162; B. Scholasticism as Mere Rational Science, 163-164; C. Scholasticism as Mere Religious Science, 165-173; II. Scholasticism at its Height, 178-209; A. Mohammedans and Jews, 181-190; B. Christian Aristotelians, 191-208; a. Alexander, 195; b. Bonaventura, 197; c. Albert, 199-202; d. Thomas and the Thomists, 203, 204; e. Lully, 206; f. Dante, 208. III. The Decay of Scholasticism, 210-225a. Roger Bacon, 212; b. Duns Scotus, 214; c. Occam, 216; d. Pierre d'Ailly, 219; e. Gerson, 220; f. Raymond of Sabunde, 222; g. Nicolaus of Cusa, 224; Third Period. Transition; I. Philosophy as Divine Wisdom, 229-234; A. Speculative Mysticism, 230; B. Practical Mysticism, 231; C. Theosophical Mysticism, 234; II. Philosophy as Secular Wisdom, 235-256; A. The Renaissance, 236-239; B. The Natural Philosophers, 241-250; a. Paracelsus, 241; b. Cardanus, 242; c. Telesius, 243; d. Patritius, 244; e. Campanella, 246. F. Bruno, 247g. Bacon, 249; C. The Political Philosophers, 251-256; a. Ecclesiastical Political Philosophers, 252; b. Anti-ecclesiastical Political Philosophy, 253; c. Non-ecclesiastical Political Philosophy, 255; d. Naturalistic Political Philosophy, Hobbes, 256; Conclusion. 257; Index to Volume First.


First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


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