The Routledge Companion to Nineteenth Century Philosophy

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Keith Ansell-Pearson is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Warwick. He is author and editor of books on Nietzsche, Bergson and Deleuze. Recent publications include: Bergson Key Writings (2002), The Nietzsche Reader (2006) and A Companion to Nietzsche (2006).

Robert Bernasconi is Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Philosophy at Pennsylvania State University. He has written extensively on nineteenth- and twentieth-century continental philosophy and in critical philosophy of race. He has edited a number of books on race, including Race, Miscegenation, and Hybridity (2005), Race and Anthropology (2003) and Race (2001). His most recent book isHow to Read Sartre (2008).

Christian Beyer studied philosophy, linguistics and the history of science in Bielefeld and Hamburg, where he also took his PhD (1999). He was a visiting scholar at Stanford University (1994–5), served as Temporary Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Sheffield (2000) and as Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (assistant professor) at the University of Erfurt (2000–5), where he earned his Habilitation (accreditation to teach in higher education). In 2005 he was awarded a Heisenberg Scholarship of the German Research Foundation, and he has recently been appointed as Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. He is the author of Von Bolzano zu Husserl (1996), Intentionalität und Referenz (2000), Subjektivität, Intersubjektivität, Personalität (2006) and co-editor of Philosophical Knowledge (2007).

David Boucher is Professor of Political Theory at the School of European Studies, Cardiff University, and Adjunct Professor of International Relations at the University at the Sunshine Coast, Australia. He is the Director of the Collingwood and British Idealism Centre, Cardiff University, and chairman of the trustees of the Collingwood Society. He has published widely in idealistrelated studies, including The Social and Political Thought of R. G. Collingwood (1989), A Radical Hegelian: The Political and Social Thought of Henry Jones (1993, with Andrew Vincent) and The Limits of Ethics in International Relations. He has edited three works by R. G. Collingwood, the most recent of which is The Philosophy of Enchantment (2006), and two collections of idealist writings. He is currently writing British Idealism: A Guide for the Perplexed, with Andrew Vincent.

Robert Burch received his BA in mathematics from Rice University in 1965 and his PhD in philosophy from Rice University in 1969. He has taught philosophy

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