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Chapter 2 Philosophical Quotations
Part One METAPHYSICS AND EPISTEMOLOGY: EXISTENCE AND KNOWLEDGE
Chapter 3 The Pre-Socratics
Chapter 4 Socrates, Plato
Chapter 5 Aristotle
Chapter 6 Philosophers of the Hellenistic and Christian Eras
Chapter 7 The Rise of Modern Metaphysics and Epistemology
Chapter 8 The Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Chapter 9 The Continental Tradition
Chapter 10 The Pragmatic and Analytic Traditions
Part Two MORAL AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
Chapter 11 Moral Philosophy
Chapter 12 Political Philosophy
Chapter 13 Recent Moral and Political Philosophy
Part Three PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION: REASON AND FAITH
Chapter 14 Philosophy and Belief in God
Chapter 15 Feminist Philosophy
Chapter 16 Eastern Influences
Chapter 17 Postcolonial Thought
Chapter 18 Five Philosophical Issues
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