The Story of Philosophy

The Story of Philosophy

Book - 2001
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Comprehensive, highly visual and filled with insightful observations, The Story of Philosophy opens up the world of philosophical ideas in a way that is easily understood by everyone. Bryan Magee embarks on an entertaining and enlightening journey and addresses such influential questions as "What is Philosophy?", "What is Being?" and "Can the existence of God be proved?".
Publisher: New York : DK Pub., 2001.
Edition: 1st pbk. ed. --
ISBN: 9780789479945
078947994X
Characteristics: 240 p. :,ill. (chiefly col.), col. map.

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"Kant believed that anything which cannot be apprehended by our bodily apparatus can never be experience for us." "A courageous crusader against tyranny, bigotry, and cruelty, Voltaire is still recognized as one of the greatest French authors, and the embodiment of 18th century enlightenment." "Burke: 'great art strives after the infinite, and the infinite, having no bounds, can never be clear or distinct.'"

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