Biographical Dictionary of Twentieth-Century Philosophers

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INDEX OF SUBJECTS
Lists subjects (branches of philosophy, theology, literature, etc.) mentioned in the text paragraphs of an entry as being of some significance to the entrant.
a
absolute idealism:
Berdyaev;
Dewey;
Fraser;
James;
Jones;
Schiller
aesthetics:
Croce;
Plekhanov
ahimsa:
Gandhi
analytical philosophy:
Apel;
Bouwsma;
D'Arcy;
Hong Qian;
Joachim Salazar Bondy
anarchism:
Chen Duxiu;
Nozick
anti-positivism:
Millas
anti-psychiatry:
Szasz
anti-realism:
Dummett
Aretaic ethics:
Hartmann, N.
Aristotelianism:
Fabro;
Garrigou-Lagrange
atheism:
Rensi
Austro-Marxists:
Bauer
axiology:
Urban

b
Baden school:
Cassirer;
Larroyo
behaviourism:
Malcolm;
Smart, J.J.C.
behaviourist psychology:
Bergmann
Berlin group:
Reichenbach
bhakti:
Tagore
biogeochemistry:
Vernadsky
Bloomsbury Group:
Moore
Boston School of personalism:
Bowne
Brahman:
Aurobindo;
Radhakrishnan;
Tagore Vivekananda
Buddhism:
Chan Wing-tsit;
Fang Dongmei;
Feng Youlan;
Tan Sitong Watsuji

c
Catholicism:
Duméry;
Mounier
Christianity:
Tan Sitong
cognitive science:
Dretske
communism:
Morin
compatibilism:
Flew
Confucianism:
Fang Dongmei;
Hu Shi;
Mao Zedong;
Tan Sitong Tang Junyi;
Yan Fu;
Zhang Binglin;
Zhang Dongsun
constructive empiricism:
Van Fraassen
continental philosophy:
Gibson;
Tugendhat
conventionalism:
Ajdukiewicz
Cornell school of idealists:
Leighton
critical Marxism:
Struve
critical positivism:
Bogdanov
cybernetics:
Kol'man

d
daoism:
Chan Wing-tsit;
Fang Dongmei;
Feng Youlan;
Hu Shi
Darwinism:
Kropotkin
democracy:
Zhang Dongsun
determinism:
Flew;
Kenny;
Tarozzi
dialectical materialism:
Ai Siqi;
Aleksandrov, A.D.;
Bocheński Bogdanov;
Carritt;
Dagognet;
Deborin;
Fock;
Fougeyrollas;
Kedrov;
Lenin;
Li Shizen Mao Zedong;
Plekhanov;
Qadir;
Vernadsky
dialectics:
Kosík;
Reale;
Tanabe
discourse ethics:
Tugendhat

e
Eastern philosophy:
Kojève
eclecticism:
Mackenzie
emotivism:
Hare;
MacIntyre;
Stevenson;
Urmson
empiricism:
Ajdukiewicz;
Chwistek;
Hong Qian;
Pears;
Salmon Solov'ev;
Spencer;
Stout;
Tang Yongtong;
Weinstein
empiriocriticism:
Bogdanov;
Lenin;
Lunacharsky
empiriomonism:
Bogdanov
empricism:
Feyerabend
Enlightenment:
Fougeyrollas;
Maclntyre
epistemology:
Donnellan;
Marc-Wogau
evolution:
Bergson;
Dretske;
Ingénieras;
Liang Qichao;
Mudimbe
evolutionary metaphysics:
Schiller
existentialism:
Camus;
D'Arcy;
Hyppolite;
Kosík;
Mariátegui;
Millas Pastore;
Qadir;
Salazar Bondy;
Skjervheim;
Vuillemin;
Weinstein

f
fallibilism:
Peirce
feminism:
De Vogel;
Vaz Ferreira;
Zhang Shenfu
formalism:
Bergmann
foundationalism:
Alston
Frankfurt School:
Adorno;
Habermas;
Honneth;
Horkheimer Marcuse;
Quinton

g
German idealism:
Courtine;
Hartnack;
Mannheim;
Mou Zongsan Philonenko;
Solov'ev;
Zhang Shenfu
Gestalt psychology:
Kaila;
Wertheimer
gnosticism:
Tang Yongtong
Göttingen School:
Bohr

h
Hasidism:
Buber
Hegelian idealism:
Della Volpe
Hegelianism:
Banfi;
Bouwsma;
Kosík;
Labriola;
Piñera Llera;
Pringle-Pattison;
Zeller
historical materialism:
Ai Siqi;
Della Volpe;
Labriola;
Pastore
historicism:
Mannheim;
Meinecke;
Popper
humanism:
Ali;
Arkoun;
Banfi;
Miró Quesada Cantuarias

i
ideal-language method:
Bergmann
idealism:
Ai Siqi;
Berdyaev;
Brightman;
Bultmann;
Della Volpe Fougeyrollas;
Guang Feng;
Henríquez Ureña;
Ilyenkov;
La Via;
Lenin;
Lewis, C.I. Lewis, H.D.;
Mounier;
Ottaviano;
Perry;
Ren Jiyu;
Rensi;
Russell;
Stout;
Struve Tarozzi;
Vernadsky;
Zeller;
Zhang Binglin;
Zheng Xin
ideology:
Mannheim
indeterminism:
Watkins
individualism:
Lu Xun;
Pringle-Pattison;
Tolstoy
inductivism:
Popper
information theory:
Dretske
intuitionism:
Carritt;
Poincaré;
Wiggins
Ishvara:
Radhakrishnan;
Vivekananda

k
Kantianism:
Hong Qian
karma:
Radhakrishnan
Krausism:
Giner de los Rios
Kyoto School:
Nishida;
Tosaka

l
Lamarckism:
McDougall
learning theory:
Dretske
Leninism:
Bauer
liberal theology:
Bultmann
liberalism:
Hook;
Mao Zedong
linguistic philosophy:
Bulgakov;
Lacan;
Tugendhat
logical empiricism:
Dewey;
Hanson;
James;
Lewis, C.I.;
Nagel, E.
logical positivism:
Carnap;
Feigl;
Grene;
Hanson;
Harrison Heisenberg;
Kaila;
Lewis, C.I.;
Morris;
Nagel, E.;
Qadir;
Ross
Lvov-Warsaw School:
Marty

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Table of contents

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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