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A history of Scottish philosophy

Author: Alexander Broadie
Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2010
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A full-length history of Scottish Philosophy.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Broadie
ISBN: 9780748616275 9780748616282 0748616276 0748616284
OCLC Number: 760048147
Notes: Introduction. John Duns Scotus. The fifteenth century. The circle of John Mair. Humanism and After. Scotland moves into the age of Enlightenment. David Hume. Adam Smith. The Scottish school of common sense philosophy. The nineteenth century : Ferrier to Seth. Realism and idealism : some twentieth-century narratives. Conclusion
Awards: Winner of Saltire Society/Gillespie Macandrew Scottish History Book of the Year 2009
Description: vii, 392 s. ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction --
John Duns Scotus --
The fifteenth century --
The circle of John Mair --
Humanism and After --
Scotland moves into the age of Enlightenment --
David Hume --
Adam Smith --
The Scottish school of common sense philosophy --
The nineteenth century : Ferrier to Seth --
Realism and idealism : some twentieth-century narratives --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: Alexander Broadie

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In the many histories of 'Scottish philosophy' nobody has previously covered its full seven centuries. Few, if anybody, could do so with the authority of Alexander Broadie. He is equally at home in Read more...

 
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