2 edition of The history of continental philosophy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||general editor, Alan D. Schrift|
|LC Classifications||B791 .H57 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0226740463, 0226740498|
|ISBN 10||9780226740461, 9780226740492|
|LC Control Number||2010014182|
An original, rigorous, and daring reappraisal and recategorization of David Hume. In the first book of its kind, Bernard Freydberg places David Hume firmly in the tradition of the Platonic dialogues, and regards him as a proper ancestor of contemporary continental philosophy. Nigel Warburton’s A Little Book of Philosophy is one of them and probably the best of the bunch in my opinion. It is clear and uncomplicated to read and provides the background before one wants to tackle a more comprehensive work in philosophy (eg. Bertrand Russell’s History of Western Philosophy).Reviews:
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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.
These volumes also elucidate ongoing debates about the nature of continental and analytic philosophy 5/5(1). Divided, chronologically, into eight volumes, "A History of Continental Philosophy" is designed to be accessible to a wide range of readers, from the scholar looking for original insight and the latest thinking to the student wishing for a masterly encapsulation of a particular thinker's views.5/5(1).
Kant, Kantianism, and Idealism The Origins of Continental Philosophy. 1st Edition. Thomas Nenon. Septem "Kant, Kantianism and Idealism" presents an overview of German Idealism, the major movement in philosophy from the late 18th to the middle of the 19th Century.
From Kant to Kierkegaard, from Hegel to Heidegger, continental philosophers have indelibly shaped the trajectory of Western thought since the eighteenth century. Although much has been written about these monumental thinkers, students and scholars lack a definitive guide to the entire scope of the continental tradition/5.
Divided, chronologically, into eight volumes, "A History of Continental Philosophy" is designed to be accessible to a wide range of readers, from the scholar looking for original insight and the latest thinking to the student wishing for a masterly encapsulation of a particular thinker's views.
The History of Continental Philosophy. Immanuel Kant's Turn to Transcendental Philosophy, Thomas Nenon. Kant's Early Critics: Jacobi, Reinhold, Maimon, Richard Fincham. Johann Gottfried Herder, Sonia Sikka.
Play and Irony: Schiller. 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.
Continental philosophy of religion / Bruce Ellis Benson The performative turn and the emergence of post-analytic philosophy / José Medina Out of bounds: philosophy in an age of transition / Judith Butler and Rosi Braidotti.
The history of continental philosophy book 8. Emerging trends in continental philosophy /. Shelves: philosophy, history-of-philosophy McCumber's project is an ambitious one, to provide a historical and intellectual account of continental philosophy, and give notes on its development through time.
Any of the subsections in the book could have been full fledged doctoral dissertations, given the content, and many certainly have been/5. The book series The History of Continental Philosophy published or distributed by the University of Chicago Press.
Buy The History of Continental Philosophy 1 by Schrift, Alan D. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Alan D. Schrift. Divided, chronologically, into eight volumes, "The History of Continental Philosophy" is designed to be accessible to a wide range of readers, from the scholar looking for original insight and the latest thinking to the student wishing for a masterly encapsulation of a particular thinker's views/5(9).
An international team of over leading scholars has been brought together under the general editorship of Alan Schrift and the volume editors to provide authoritative analyses of the continental tradition of philosophy from Kant to the present day.
Divided, chronologically, into eight volumes, "The Price Range: $ - $1, Continental philosophy is a set of 19th- and 20th-century philosophical traditions from mainland Europe. This sense of the term originated among English-speaking philosophers in the second half of the 20th century, who used it to refer to a range of thinkers and traditions outside the analytic ental philosophy includes German idealism, phenomenology, existentialism (and.
The Blackwell Guide to Continental Philosophy (Blackwell Philosophy Guides Book 9)5/5(2). 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.
Divided, chronologically and thematically, into eight volumes, the \"History of Continental Philosophy\" is an indispensable resource for anyone conducting research or teaching in philosophy and related fields inthe humanities and social sciences where the influence of continental theory has been widespread.
Continental philosophy is one of the twentieth century's most important and challenging philosophical movements. This major volume includes fourteen chapters on its major representatives and schools, including phenomenology, existentialism and postmodernism.4/5(21).
Continental philosophy doesn't really lend itself to being read in an anthology just simply because of the importance of setting up an internalised discourse in a text that there is in most continental philosophy/5(4).
This is an overview of some important thinkers surrounding what came to be known as the continental tradition in philosophy. It takes the evolution of the concept of "self" as a vague guiding motif, beginning with Rousseau and Kant and going all the way to Sartre (with a little supplement on Foucault and Derrida, who were still writing at the time of the book's publication).4/5(12).
The Oxford Handbook of Continental Philosophy is a guide to the major themes of the continental European tradition in philosophy in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
The contributors, who are all leading figures in the field, provide a thematic treatment of continental philosophy, treating its subject matter philosophically and not simply as a series of museum pieces from the history of. The History of Continental Philosophy, Volume 7: After Poststructuralism: Transitions and Transformations | Edited by Rosi Braidotti | download | B–OK.
Download books for free. Find books. What is continental philosophy. I wrote a Very Short Introduction to continental philosophy, which came out inwhere I tried to answer that very question.
There’s a quite specific answer where, in a sense, it’s that tradition of philosophy that begins after Kant, largely in the Germanophone world but also encompassing the English Romantics and other schools. Continental Philosophy Review fosters a living international dialogue on philosophical issues of mutual journal elicits discussions of fundamental philosophical problems and original approaches to them.
Its broad-ranging focus includes both expressly theoretical topics and topics dealing with practical problems that extend to the wider domain of socio-political life. The fifteen articles in this volume outline and assess some of the issues and experiments of continental philosophy.
The first five span the twin movements of phenomenology and existentialism, running from Husserl and Heidegger to Sartre, Merleau-Ponty and Levinas. Buy a cheap copy of Continental Philosophy since The book by Robert C. Solomon. The flowering of creative and speculative philosophy that emerged in modern Europe-particularly in Germany-is a thrilling adventure story as well as an essential Free shipping over $ The HCP is a largely chronological multi-volume history of continental philosophy from Kant to the first decade of the twenty-first century.
It is under the general editorship of Alan Schrift and each individual volume has its own editor.5/5(1). Throughout, the concern is to elucidate the primary texts for readers coming to them for the first time.
But, beyond this, "Time and Philosophy" aims to reveal the philosophical rigour which underpins and connects the history of continental thought. Continental Philosophy refers to a set of traditions of 19th and 20th Century philosophy in mainland is a general term for those philosophical schools and movements not included under the label Analytic Philosophy, which was the other, largely Anglophone, main philosophical tradition of the period.
As a movement, Continental Philosophy lacks clear definition, and may mark merely a. The Continental Philosophy Reader is the first comprehensive anthology of classic writings from the major figures in European thought. Divided into three sections - From Phenomenology to Hermeneutics, From Marxism to Critical Theory and From Structuralism to Deconstruction - it features the key thinkers of those movements with their most widely read and representative writings.
Continental philosophy is a discipline that draws on a range of distinct but related traditions of European philosophy, exemplified by such philosophers as Hegel, Schopenhauer and Nietzsche, and 20th century French thinkers such as Sartre, Foucault and Deleuze. Continental philosophy is often characterised by a focus on certain themes; including history, politics (particularly the politics of.
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A History of Western Philosophy is a book by the philosopher Bertrand Russell.A survey of Western philosophy from the pre-Socratic philosophers to the early 20th century, it was criticised for Russell's over-generalization and omissions, particularly from the post-Cartesian period, but nevertheless became a popular and commercial success, and has remained in print from its first publication.
"Time and Philosophy" presents a detailed survey of continental thought through an historical account of its key texts. The common theme taken up in each text. Buy Emerging Trends in Continental Philosophy (The History of Continental Philosophy) 1 by May, Todd (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
A difficult book to read but one which shows Duffy's facility with Deleuze and Deleuze's command of the history of calculus. This book makes one very suspicious of claims made by Sokal et al about Deleuze, that is, it seems that they did not read DIfference and Repetition before attacking Deleuze.
Bravo, Duffy. This is a hard read but worth by: 1. Continental Philosophy as a Source for Theology: The Case of the “Science-Religion” Debate Anne M. Carpenter. How Continental Philosophy of Religion Came into Being and Where It Is Going Bruce Ellis Benson.
Catholic Thought, French Phenomenology, and the University: Historical-Critical Remarks Jeffrey Bloechl. “ The Role of Logic ‘Commonly So Called’ in Hegel’s Science of Logic,” British Journal for the History of Philosophy – Reinhold, Karl Letters on the Kantian Philosophy [–].
In this process Hegel becomes the precursor to tradition Continental emphasis on grand meta-narratives (whether positive or negative) and the inclusion of all reality (i.e. literature, history, art, etc.) into philosophy’s quest.But it is nevertheless a book that rewards close reading.
Baring shows us the complex, multifaceted, and often unexpected interactions between Catholic and secular philosophy, which may well explain why continental philosophy finds itself constantly drawn back to religious questions.The experience that you get from The History of Continental Philosophy (set of 8 volumes) will be the more deep you searching the information that hide inside the words the more you get thinking about reading it.
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