The Elements of Modern Philosophy: Descartes Through Kant
This text is an introduction to the major metaphysical and epistemological systems of the early modern period. It offers background information on the philosophers discussed and analyzes their writings and arguments. Key excerpts from important texts such as Locke's "Essay" are included. The philosophers covered range from Democritus and Galileo to Hume and Kant and a table of historical dates is included.
Specifications of The Elements of Modern Philosophy: Descartes Through Kant
|Author||William H. Brenner|
|Number Of Pages||208|
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