Philosophy: A Historical Survey with Essential Readings10th Edition
CHAPTER 1: Socrates’s Predecessors
CHAPTER 2: The Sophists and Socrates
CHAPTER 3: Plato
CHAPTER 4: Aristotle
CHAPTER 5: Classical Philosophy after Aristotle
CHAPTER 6: Augustine
CHAPTER 7: Philosophy in the Early Middle Ages
CHAPTER 8: Aquinas and His Late Medieval Successors
CHAPTER 9: Philosophy during the Renaissance
CHAPTER 10: Rationalism on the Continent
CHAPTER 11: Empiricism in Britain
CHAPTER 12: Enlightenment Philosophy
CHAPTER 13: Kant
CHAPTER 14: German Idealism
CHAPTER 15: Utilitarianism and Positivism
CHAPTER 16: Kierkegaard, Marx, and Nietzsche
CHAPTER 17: Pragmatism and Process Philosophy
CHAPTER 18: Analytic Philosophy
CHAPTER 19: Phenomenology and Existentialism
CHAPTER 20: Recent Philosophy
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