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The History of Continental Philosophy (9780226740461): Alan D. Schrift

the history of continental philosophy schrift alan d

Peirce: Pragmatism and Nature after Hegel, Douglas R. German Philosophy after 1980: Themes Out of School, Dieter Thomä 3. This landmark series provides the first comprehensive history of continental philosophy in the English language--probably the first in any language. Immanuel Kant's Turn to Transcendental Philosophy, Thomas Nenon 2. Continental Philosophy and the Environment, Jonathan Maskit 10.

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The History of Continental Philosophy

the history of continental philosophy schrift alan d

Every library will want to own a copy and every scholar of continental philosophy will have occasion to turn to it often. Johann Gottfried Herder, Sonia Sikka 4. Gadamer, Ricoeur, and the Legacy of Phenomenology, Wayne J. These volumes also elucidate ongoing debates about the nature of continental and analytic philosophy, surveying the distinctive, sometimes overlapping characteristics and approaches of each tradition. Karl Jaspers - Leonard H. It opens up new vistas and possibilities by bringing canonical figures Kant, Hegel, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Sartre, Derrida , the necessary supporting cast Herder, Schelling, Kierkegaard, Peirce , and marginal voices Freud, Dostoevsky, utopian socialists, black existentialists often given short shrift in less comprehensive histories into sharp focus.

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The History of Continental Philosophy, Schrift

the history of continental philosophy schrift alan d

Third Generation Critical Theory: Benhabib, Fraser, and Honneth, Amy Allen 7. Schopenhauer on Empirical and Aesthetic Perception and Cognition, Bart Vandenabeele 8. Rethinking Anglo-American philosophy: the neo-Kantianism of Davidson, McDowell, and Brandom - John Fennell. Peirce: Pragmatism and Nature after Hegel, Douglas R. Sartre and Phenomenology, William L. I cannot imagine a more competent group of editors and authors or a more thoughtful presentation of the material. Featuring helpful overviews of major topics and plotting road maps to their underlying contexts, A History of Continental Philosophy is destined to be the resource of first and last resort for students and scholars alike.

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The History Of Continental Philosophy

the history of continental philosophy schrift alan d

Life after the Death of God: Thus Spoke Nietzsche, Daniel Conway 6. Fichte and Husserl: Life-world, the Other, and Philosophical Reflection, Robert R. Volume 2 examines what is often referred to as the 'Age of Revolution' as various responses to Hegel, while also attending to developments in science, mathematics, sociology and aesthetics during the second half of the nineteenth century that would set the stage for the twentieth century. Wendell Miller Professor of Philosophy at Grinnell College, Iowa. The Structuralist Legacy, Patrice Maniglier 4. Continental Aesthetics: Phenomenology and Antiphenomenology, Galen A.

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The History of Continental Philosophy : Alan D Schrift : 9780226740461

the history of continental philosophy schrift alan d

Rethinking Science as Science Studies: Latour, Stengers, Prigogine, Dorothea Olkowski 7. French Marxism in its Heyday, William McBride 8. Volume 1 covers the period from 1780 until 1848, focusing primarily on the main philosophical figures and developments in Germany during that period, but also including a description of economic and social theories in France that set the stage for the philosophical and social movements that predominated in Germany and France during the second half of the nineteenth century. He has published widely on continental philosophy and his recent books include 'Twentieth-Century French Philosophy: Key Themes and Thinkers', 'Modernity and the Problem of Evil', and 'Why Nietzsche Still? Hermeneutics: Schleiermacher and Dilthey, Eric Sean Nelson 7. Although much has been written about these monumental thinkers, students and scholars lack a definitive guide to the entire scope of the continental tradition. The Emergence of Sociology and its Theories: From Comte to Weber, Alan Sica 9.

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The History of Continental Philosophy, Schrift

the history of continental philosophy schrift alan d

Freud and Continental Philosophy, Adrian Johnston 13. Beginning with an overview of Kant's philosophy and its initial reception, the History traces the evolution of continental philosophy through major figures as well as movements such as existentialism, phenomenology, hermeneutics, and poststructuralism. Recent Developments in Aesthetics: Badiou, Rancière, and Their Interlocutors, Gabriel Rockhill 3. Rethinking science as science studies: Latour, Stengers, Prigogine - Dorothea Olkowski. French and Italian Spinozism, Simon Duffy 8. The first reference of its kind, A History of Continental Philosophy has been written and edited by internationally recognized experts with a commitment to explaining complex thinkers, texts, and movements in rigorous yet jargon-free essays suitable for both undergraduates and seasoned specialists. Late Pragmatism, Logical Positivism, and their Aftermath, David Ingram Volume 6: Poststructuralism and Critical Theory's Second Generation Edited by Alan D.

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Alan D. Schrift (ed.), The History of Continental Philosophy

the history of continental philosophy schrift alan d

It opens up new vistas and possibilities by bringing canonical figures Kant, Hegel, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Sartre, Derrida , the necessary supporting cast Herder, Schelling, Kierkegaard, Peirce , and marginal voices Freud, Dostoevsky, utopian socialists, black existentialists often given short shrift in less comprehensive histories into sharp focus. Page 1138 Contents - Volume 4. The first reference of its kind, A History of Continental Philosophy has been written and edited by internationally recognized experts with a commitment to explaining complex thinkers, texts, and movements in rigorous yet jargon-free essays suitable for both undergraduates and seasoned specialists. Ludwig Wittgenstein, John Fennell and Bob Plant 12. Radical Democracy, Lasse Thomassen 9. Ferdinand de Saussure and Linguistic Structuralism, Thomas F.

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The History of Continental Philosophy : Alan D Schrift : 9780226740461

the history of continental philosophy schrift alan d

I cannot imagine a more competent group of editors and authors or a more thoughtful presentation of the material. Featuring helpful overviews of major topics and plotting road maps to their underlying contexts, A History of Continental Philosophy is destined to be the resource of first and last resort for students and scholars alike. From Hegelian Reason to the Marxian Revolution, 1831-48, Lawrence S. Page 714 Henri Bergson - John Mullarkey. It traces a motley heritage--from Kant and Hegel through phenomenology, existentialism, critical theory, structuralism, and poststructuralism--noting resonances, convergences, and trends along the way.

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The History of Continental Philosophy by Alan D. Schrift

the history of continental philosophy schrift alan d

This major work of reference is an indispensable resource for anyone conducting research or teaching in philosophy. Page 1164 Introduction - Leonard Lawlor. Second Generation Critical Theory, James Swindal 11. Every library will want to own a copy and every scholar of continental philosophy will have occasion to turn to it often. German Philosophy after 1980: Themes Out of School, Dieter Thomä 3.

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Alan D. Schrift (ed.), The History of Continental Philosophy

the history of continental philosophy schrift alan d

Volume 1 covers the period from 1780 until 1848, focusing primarily on the main philosophical figures and developments in Germany during that period, but also including a description of economic and social theories in France that set the stage for the philosophical and social movements that predominated in Germany and France during the second half of the nineteenth century. Throughout, the volumes examine important philosophical figures and developments in their historical, political, and cultural contexts. Rethinking Anglo-American Philosophy: The Neo-Kantianism of Davidson, McDowell, and Brandom, John Fennell 6. Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Art, 1840-1900, Gary Shapiro Volume 3: The New Century: Bergsonism, Phenomenology and Responses to Modern Science Edited by Keith Ansell-Pearson and Alan D. Existential Theology, Andreas Grossmann 9. This landmark series provides the first comprehensive history of continental philosophy in the English language--probably the first in any language.

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