The Blackwell companion to philosophy

By Bunnin, Nicholas & Tsui-James, E. P.

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ISBN
978-0-63118-789-9
Publisher
Oxford ; Blackwell Reference, 1996.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on April 1, 1996

The editors concede that this is not so much a companion to philosophy as to late 20th-century Anglo-American analytic philosophy. People outside that tradition will find the initial essays by John Searle and Bernard Williams bumptious. The book does contain a brief but intelligent essay on Continental philosophy by David E. Cooper and an essay on feminist philosophy by Jean Grimshaw, which gives many recent French feminists their due (t...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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