Biographical Dictionary of Twentieth-Century Philosophers

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INDEX OF INTERESTS
This index is linked to the Ints: field in the main entry, and gives the special area(s) of interest for each philosopher.
a
Aesthetics
Alain
Alexander, S.
Anderson
Asmus
Beardsley
Benjamin
Bosanquet
Bouwsma
Cai Yi
Cai Yuanbei
Collingwood
Danto
Degenaar
Dickie
Dufrenne
Gaultier
Geiger
Golaszewska
Goodman
Iberico y Rodriguez
Ingarden
Klinger
Langer
Li Zehou
Losev
Lu Xun
Margolis
Maritain
Merleau-Ponty
Mothersill
Nancy
Nédoncelle
Nietzsche
Ovsiannikov
Papanoutsos
Pradines
Reid
Rosset
Santayana
Shpet
Sibley
Smith, J.A.
Tagore
Tatarkiewicz
Urmson
Volkelt
Wang Guowei
Ziff
American philosophy
Cohen, M.R.
Murphy
Smith, J.E.
Analytical philosophy
Bennett
Descombes
Sellars, W.S.
Ancient philosophy, history ofseeHistory of philosophy, ancient
Anthropology
De Laguna
Fang Dongmei
Frolov
Frondizi
Gellner
Heller
Honneth
Idel
Jung
Kosík
Lefort
Scheler
Schmitt
Sumner
Wundt
Aristotelianism
Maclntyre
Ross
Smith, J.A.
Artificial intelligence
see alsoTechnology
Turing

b
Buddhism
see alsoReligion, Chinese
Zhang Binglin

c
Classical philosophy
Boreas
Cavarero
Gueroult
Joachim
Nietzsche
Mondolfo
Patočka
Tugendhat
Wilkes
Cognitive science
Goldman
Comparative philosophy
Burtt
Tang Junyi
Confucianism
see alsoNeo-Confucianism
Maclntyre
Zhang Binglin
Culture, historyseeEastern culture; History of culture

d
Daoism
Tang Yongtong
Zong Baihua
Deconstruction
Courtine
Derrida
Spivak
Dialectical materialism
see alsoMarxism
Ai Siqi
Aleksandrov, A.D.
Aleksandrov, G.F
Chen Duxiu
Fock
Ilyenkov
Kedrov
Li Dazhao
Meliukhin
Omel'ianovskii
Rubinshtein
Tugarinov
Zhang Shenfu

e
Eastern culture
Burtt
Economics
see alsoPolitical economy
Braybrooke
Spann
Educational theory
Cohn
Gentile
Hamlyn
Harris, W.T.
Laberthonnière
Liang Souming
Lodge
Morris
Noddings
Papanoutsos
Reid
Scheffler
Steiner
Wertheimer
Epistemology
Aaron
Adorno
Alston
Armstrong
Astrada
Austin
Ayer
Balfour
Berger
Bergman
Blanshard
Boltzmann
Bouwsma
Bridgman
Carnap
Churchland, P.M.
Coffey
Kosik
Collingwood
Bukharin
Cook Wilson
Cunningham
Dawes Hicks
Drake
Duhring
Dunan
Eddington
Einstein
Engel
Ewing
Findlay
Geyser
Gilson
Goblot
Goldman
Haraway
Harding
Harman
Hirst
Høffding
Hong Qian
Husserl
Iberico y Rodriguez
Ilyenkov
Ingarden
Jackson
Juhos
Kemp Smith
Kopnin
Pines
Kotarbiński
Külpe
Lachelier
Laird
Lewis, C.I.
Lombardi
Lonergan
Lovejoy
Malcolm
Maréchal

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • List of Abbreviated Sources xvi
  • List of Schools and Movements xxi
  • A 1
  • Main Publications: 19
  • Main Publications: 22
  • Main Publications: 24
  • Main Publications: 25
  • Main Publications: 29
  • B 41
  • Main Publications: 97
  • C - Cabral, Amilcar Lopes 119
  • Main Publications: 148
  • D 167
  • E 209
  • F 222
  • G 261
  • H 296
  • Main Publications: 323
  • Main Publications: 330
  • I 361
  • Main Publications: 365
  • J 370
  • Main Publications: 385
  • K 387
  • Main Publications: 405
  • Main Publications: 423
  • L 425
  • M 486
  • Main Publications: 491
  • Main Publications: 498
  • Main Publications: 540
  • N 558
  • Main Publications: 577
  • O 583
  • P 593
  • Main Publications: 605
  • Main Publications: 614
  • Main Publications: 626
  • Q 640
  • R 644
  • Main Publications: 657
  • S 690
  • Main Publications: 701
  • Main Publications: 704
  • T 764
  • U 795
  • V 800
  • W 817
  • Main Publications: 827
  • Main Publications: 833
  • Main Publications: 851
  • X 853
  • Y 857
  • Z 861
  • Guide to Schools and Movements 876
  • Bibliography 893
  • Nationality Index 903
  • Category Index 909
  • Index of Interests 918
  • Index of Influences 925
  • Index of People 936
  • Index of Subjects 945
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