Biographical Dictionary of Twentieth-Century Philosophers

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CATEGORY INDEX
This index is linked to the Cat: field in the main entry, and reflects the main 'types' of philosopher, i.e. the main philosophical subject area of an entrant's work. An entrant may be (and often is) listed under more than one category.
a
Absolute idealism
Bradley
Mackenzie
Royce
Aesthetics
Bell
Bullough
Carritt
Chatterjee
Chwistek
Derrida
Dessoir
Deústua
Dickie
Georgoulis
Gilbert
Kristeva
Lapoujade
Lipps
Losev
Lotman
Lukács
Lyotard
Malraux
Margolis
Märten
Mveng
Pareyson
Pepper
Sánchez Vázquez
Sibley
Sparshott
Vasconcelos
Vattimo
Weitz
Wollheim
Zhu Guangqian
Zong Baihua
African philosophy
Eboussi-Boulaga
Hountondji
Kagame
Tempels
Analytical philosophy
Ajdukiewicz
Alston
Ambrose
Anscombe
Austin
Beardsley
Bennett
Black
Bouveresse
Brandt
Braybrooke
Churchland, P.M.
Churchland, P.S.
Chwistek
Cohen, G.A.
Danto
Degenaar
Dennett
Donagan
Dray
Ducasse
Dummett
Eaton
Edwards
Flew
Foot
Frege
Gauthier
Geach
Goldman
Goodman
Hamlyn
Hampshire
Hare
Harman
Hartnack
Jackson
Kaplan, D.
Kenny
Lehrer
Lewis, D.K.
Lewy
Mac Leod
MacIntyre
Mackie
Malcolm
Marc-Wogau
Margolis
Melden
Moore
Moritz
Mothersill
Nielsen
Nowell-Smith
Nuchelmans
Parfit
Paul
Peacocke
Penelhum
Phalén
Phillips
Plantinga
Quinton
Regan
Ryle
Scheffler
Searle
Segelberg
Sellars, W.S.
Sibley
Singer, P.A.D.
Sosa
Stegmüller
Stevenson
Strawson
Swinburne
Taylor, R.
Thomson
Toulmin
Tugendhat
Urmson
von Wright
Wedberg
Weitz
Williams, B.A.O.
Wisdom
Wright
Zhang Shenfu
Ziff
Anarchism
Kropotkin
Valéry
Ancient philosophy, history ofseeHistory of philosophy, ancient
Anthropology
Degenaar
Lévi-Strauss
Mudimbe
Plessner
Romero
Sapir
Westermarck
Whorf
Archaeology
Collingwood
Wang Guowei
Aristotelianism
De Koninck
Keynes, J.N.
Sun Zhongshan
Artificial intelligence
see alsoTechnology
Boden
Turing
Atomism, logicalseeLogical atomism

b
Bergsonianism
Carr
Li Shizen
Topcu
Berkeleyan philosophy
Fraser
Luce
Buddhism
Gyatso
Nishida
Nishitani
Ouyang Jianwu
Ren Jiyu
Suzuki
Taixu
Tang Yongtong
Xiong Shili

c
Chinese logicseeLogic, Chinese
Chinese philosophy, ancient
see alsoHistory of philosophy, Chinese
Gao Heng
Classical philosophy
Giannini
Losev
Nussbaum
Owen
Comtean positivism
Harrison
Confucian-Buddhist syncretism
see alsoSyncretism
Liang Qichao
Confucianism
see alsoNeo-Confucianism
Kang Youwei
Liu lie
Tan Sitong
Xiong Shili
Zhang Shenfu
Critic
Bachelard, G.
Bell

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