The Blackwell Dictionary of Western Philosophy
The Blackwell Dictionary of Western Philosophy is a concisereference to the whole history of western philosophy, from ancientGreece to the present day.
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Philosophy dictionaries are published regularly. In this one, Bunnin, director of the Philosophy Project at Oxford, and Yu (philosophy, SUNY-Buffalo) offer the usual abecedary of philosophical terms ... Read full review
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according action aesthetic analysis analytic philosophy Ancient Greek philosophy argued argument Aristotle Aristotle’s basic belief called causal claims cognitive concept concerned contrast criticism Descartes determined developed distinction distinguished doctrine entities epistemology essence ethics existence experience explain expression fallacy formal Frege God’s Greek philosophy Hegel Hence human ideas identity individual induction inference judgment justified Kant Kant’s kind knowledge Latin Leibniz linguistic logic logical positivism major works include mathematics meaning mental metaphysics method modern moral nature notion objects one’s paradox particular perception person philo philosophy of action philosophy of language philosophy of mathematics philosophy of mind Philosophy of religion philosophy of science physical Plato political philosophy position possible predicate principle problem properties propositions psychology rational realism reason reference rejected relation rules Russell scientific sense sentence sophy statements structure term theoretical theory things thought tion traditional true truth understanding universal virtue Wittgenstein