This is a reference book aimed at an advanced undergraduate, graduate and academic readership in Philosophy.It is a panoramic, one-volume reference guide to twentieth-century philosophy, written by distinguished specialists in the field.This distinctive reference book comprises a series of philosophical studies, which together provide a thorough, authoritative survey of the state of philosophy in the twentieth century. The Companion is organized into two sections of 20 chapters each which reflect, respectively, the developments of the Anglo-American Analytic and the Continental European philosophical traditions. Written by distinguished specialists, they discuss the main movements and fields of the discipline throughout the century. An appendix presents the main accomplishments of non-Western philosophers within the same time frame.
The Edinburgh Companion to Twentieth-Century Philosophies
Edinburgh University Press
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