A History of Philosophy - Vol. 2

A History of Philosophy - Vol. 2

A History of Philosophy - Vol. 2

A History of Philosophy - Vol. 2

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CONTENTS.

PART IV.

PAGE

Introduction 348

CHAPTER I. THE HUMANISTIC PERIOD 352

§ 28. The Struggle between the Traditions 357

§ 29. Macrocosm and Microcosm 366

CHAPATER II. THE NATURAL SCIENCE PERIOD 378

§ 30. The Problem of Method 383

§ 31. Substance and Causality 399

§ 32. Natural Right 425

PART V.

INTRODUCTION 437

CHAPTER I. THEORETICAL QUESTIONS 447

§ 33. Innate Ideas 449

§ 34. Knowledge of the External World 466

§ 35. Natural Religion486

CHAPTER II. PRACTICAL QUESTIONS 500

§ 36. The Principles of Morals 502

§ 37. The Problem of Civilisation 518

PART VI.

INTRODUCTION 529

CHAPTER I. KANT'S CRITIQUE OF THE REASON 532

§ 38. The Object of Knowledge 537

§ 39. The Categorical Imperative 551

§ 40. Natural Purposiveness 559

CHAPTER II. THE DEVELOPMENT OF IDEALISM 568

§ 41. The Thing-in-itself 573

§ 42. The System of Reason 590

§ 43. The Metaphysics of the Irrational 615

PART VII.

INTRODUCTION 623

§ 44. The Controvery over the Soul 623

§ 45. Nature and History 648

§ 46. The Problem of Values 660

APPENDIX 683

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