The Columbia History of Western Philosophy

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Index Of Subject
Aberdeen Philosophical Society, 480
Abhandlung über die Evidenz in metaphysischen Wissenschaften (Mendelssohn), 478
Abot, 207
absolute knowledge theory, 525
Academica (Cicero), 81, 324, 329
Academy: after Plato, 50–52, 76–77, 109–10; of Arcesilaus, 77; closing of, 102–103; founding of, 33–37; neoplatonism and, 109–10; Plato dialogues and, 38, 44; scepticism and, 81–82, 89
Academy, Imperial (Constantinople), 110
Academy, Prussian. See Berlin Academy
Academy of Sciences (Paris), 397
accidents, Aristotle on, 62, 103
“Account of the Book Entitled Commercium Epistolicum”(Leibniz), 435
Acta Eruditorum (journal), 433–34
Actium, battle at, 74
Active Intellect: Averroës on, 185–86, 199; Avicenna on, 160, 161, 162; Gersonides on, 202; Halevi on, 178, 179
Address to the German Nation (Fichte), 525
Adventures of the Dialectic (Merleau-Ponty), 727
Aenesidemus or on the Foundations of the Philosophy of Elements, … (Schulze), 487
Aenesidemus (Platner), 518
aesthetic, transcendental (intuition), 496–97
aesthetics: Adorno and, 725; art and, 544; Cicero on, 134; Kant on, 494, 496–97; Kierkegaard and, 547; Mendelssohn and, 476–77; Nietzsche on, 560
Against Celsus (Origen), 100
Against Method (Feyerabend), 647
“Against the Academics” (Augustine), 134
Against the Calumniator of Plato (Bessarion), 302
Against the Mathematicians (Hervet), 324
Age of Reason, 412, 437, 508
Age of Reason (Paine), 444
agent intellect: Aquinas and, 253; Bonaventure and, 247, 248; al-Farābī and, 155
agents: fire as, 164–65; occasionalism and, 166–67; Sufism and, 169
Ages of the World (Schelling), 532
agnosticism, 350, 569

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  • The Columbia History of Western Philosophy *
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction xv
  • Contributors xxi
  • The Columbia History of Western Philosophy *
  • 1 - Origins of Western Philosophic Thinking 1
  • 2 - Medieval Islamic and Jewish Philosophy 140
  • 3 - Medieval Christian Philosophy 219
  • 4 - The Renaissance 279
  • 5 - Seventeenth-Century Philosophy 329
  • 6 - Eighteenth-Century Philosophy 422
  • 7 - Nineteenth-Century Philosophy 516
  • 8 - Twentieth-Century Analytic Philosophy 604
  • 9 - Twentieth-Century Continental Philosophy 667
  • Epilogue 755
  • Epilogue - On the History of Philosophy 757
  • Index of Names 779
  • Index of Subject 801
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