History of Western Philosophy

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History of Western Philosophy
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Preface x
  • Introduction 1
  • Book One 11
  • Part I - The Pre-Socratics 13
  • 1 - The Rise of Greek Civilization 15
  • 2 - The Milesian School 33
  • 3 - Pythagoras 38
  • 4 - Heraclitus 46
  • 5 - Parmenides 55
  • 6 - Empedocles 60
  • 7 - Athens in Relation to Culture 65
  • 8 - Anaxagoras 68
  • 9 - The Atomists 71
  • 10 - Protagoras 80
  • Part II - Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle 87
  • 11 - Socrates 89
  • 12 - The Influence of Sparta 99
  • 13 - The Sources of Plato's Opinions 108
  • 14 - Plato's Utopia 111
  • 15 - The Theory of Ideas 121
  • 16 - Plato's Theory of Immortality 132
  • 17 - Plato's Cosmogony 142
  • 18 - Knowledge and Perception in Plato 148
  • 19 - Aristotle's Metaphysics 157
  • 20 - Aristotle's Ethics 168
  • 21 - Aristotle's Politics 179
  • 22 - Aristotle's Logic 188
  • 23 - Aristotle's Physics 195
  • 24 - Early Greek Mathematics and Astronomy 200
  • Part III - Ancient Philosophy After Aristotle 209
  • 25 - The Hellenistic World 211
  • 26 - Cynics and Sceptics 220
  • 27 - The Epicureans 230
  • 28 - Stoicism 241
  • 29 - The Roman Empire in Relation to Culture 257
  • 30 - Plotinus 269
  • Book Two - Catholic Philosophy 281
  • Introduction 283
  • Part I - The Fathers 289
  • 1 - The Religious Development of the Jews 291
  • 2 - Christianity During the First Four Centuries 305
  • 3 - Three Doctors of the Church 314
  • 4 - St Augustine's Philosophy and Theology 329
  • 5 - The Fifth and Sixth Centuries 341
  • 6 - St Benedict and Gregory the Great 349
  • Part II - The Schoolmen 361
  • 7 - The Papacy in the Dark Ages 363
  • 8 - John the Scot 374
  • 9 - Ecclesiastical Reform in the Eleventh Century 380
  • 10 - Mohammedan Culture and Philosophy 390
  • 11 - The Twelfth Century 398
  • 12 - The Thirteenth Century 409
  • 13 - St Thomas Aquinas 418
  • 14 - Franciscan Schoolmen 428
  • 15 - The Eclipse of the Papacy 439
  • Book Three 449
  • Part I - From the Renaissance to Hume 451
  • 1 - General Characteristics 453
  • 2 - The Italian Renaissance 457
  • 3 - Machiavelli 465
  • 4 - Erasmus and More 472
  • 5 - The Reformation and Counter-Reformation 481
  • 6 - The Rise of Science 484
  • 7 - Francis Bacon 497
  • 8 - Hobbes's Leviathan 501
  • 9 - Descartes 511
  • 10 - Spinoza 521
  • 11 - Leibniz 531
  • 12 - Philosophical Liberalism 544
  • 13 - Locke's Theory of Knowledge 551
  • 14 - Locke's Political Philosophy 563
  • 15 - Locke's Influence 583
  • 16 - Berkeley 589
  • 17 - Hume 600
  • Part II - From Rousseau to the Present Day 613
  • 18 - The Romantic Movement 615
  • 19 - Rousseau 623
  • 20 - Kant 637
  • 21 - Currents of Thought in the Nineteenth Century 652
  • 22 - Hegel 661
  • 23 - Byron 675
  • 24 - Schopenhauer 681
  • 25 - Nietzsche 687
  • 26 - The Utilitarians 698
  • 27 - Karl Marx 706
  • 28 - Bergson 714
  • 29 - William James 723
  • 30 - John Dewey 730
  • 31 - The Philosophy of Logical Analysis 738
  • Index 745
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