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001 ocn827725606
003 OCoLC
005 20180513023226.0
008 130214r20092009nyu           001 0 eng  
040    $aBIB$beng$cBIB$dOCLCF$dNJR$dOCLCQ
020    $a9781606710708
020    $a1606710702
035    $a(OCoLC)827725606
050  4 $aB104$b.P57 2009
082 04 $a190
100 $aPirie, Madsen,$d1940-
245 10 $a101 great philosophers :$bmakers of modern thought /$cMadsen Pirie.
246 $aOne hundred one great philosophers
260    $aNew York :$bMJF Books,$c℗♭2009.
300    $ax, 204 pages ;$c21 cm
336    $atext$btxt$2rdacontent
337    $aunmediated$bn$2rdamedia
338    $avolume$bnc$2rdacarrier
500    $aOriginally published by Continuum in 2009.
500    $aIncludes index.
505 00 $tThales --$tAnaximander --$tPythagoras --$tXenophanes --$tHeraclitus --$tParmenides --$tAnaxagoras --$tEmpedocles --$tProtagoras --$tZeno --$tDiogenes --$tSocrates --$tDemocritus --$tAntisthenes --$tPlato --$tAristotle --$tEpicurus --$tAristarchus --$tArchimedes --$tSeneca --$tEpictetus --$tPtolemy --$tMarcus Aurelius --$tSextus Empiricus --$tPlotinus --$tSaint Augustine of Hippo --$tSt. Anselm --$tRoger Bacon --$tThomas Aquinas --$tWilliam of Occam$r(Ockham) --$tFrancesco Petrarch --$tDesiderius Erasmus --$tNiccolo Machiavelli --$tGalileo Galilei --$tThomas Hobbes --$tRene Descartes --$tBlaise Pascal --$tJohn Locke --$tBenedict de Spinoza --$tIsaac Newton --$tGottfried Wilhelm Leibniz --$tGiambattista Vico --$tBernard Mandeville --$tBishop$r(George) Berkeley --$tCharles, Baron de Montesquieu --$tVoltaire$r(Franc ʹois-Marie Arouet) --$tBenjamin Franklin --$tDavid Hume --$tJean-Jacques Rousseau --$tDenis Diderot --$tAdam Ferguson --$tAdam Smith --$tImmanuel Kant --$tEdmund Burke --$tThomas Jefferson --$tJohann Herder.
505 80 $tJeremy Bentham --$tWilhelm Hegel --$tArthur Schopenhauer --$tMary Shelley --$tAuguste Comte --$tFre de ric Bastiat --$tLudwig Feuerbach --$tJohn Stuart Mill --$tHarriet Taylor Mill --$tCharles Darwin --$tPierre-Joseph Proudhon --$tS©ıren Kierkegaard --$tMikhail Bakunin --$tKarl Marx --$tHerbert Spencer --$tCharles Peirce --$tWilliam James --$tFriedrich Nietzsche --$tJohn Dewey --$tEdmund Husserl --$tMax Weber --$tBertrand Russell --$tG.E. Moore --$tPierre Teilhard de Chardin --$tErwin Schro dinger --$tMartin Heidegger --$tLudwig Wittgenstein --$tHerbert Marcuse -- Friedrich Hayek --$tGilbert Ryle --$tMichael Oakeshott --$tKarl Popper --$tArthur Koestler --$tAyn Rand --$tJean-Paul Sartre --$tHannah Arendt --$tH.L.A. Hart --$tIsaiah Berlin --$tA.J. Ayer --$tJohn Rawls --$tThomas Kuhn --$tMichel Foucault --$tNoam Chomsky --$tJacques Derrida --$tRobert Nozick.
520    $aThis book provides a sparkling insight into the lives and times of each philosopher covered - explaining just why what they had to say was so innovative and inspiring. Essential reading for anyone coming to the subject for the first time, this book is an indispensible introduction to the most important ideas in the history of western thought.
650  0 $aPhilosophy$xHistory.
650  0 $aPhilosophers.
650  7 $aPhilosophers.$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01060746
650  7 $aPhilosophy.$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01060777
655  7 $aHistory.$2fast$0(OCoLC)fst01411628
994    $aZ0$bPMR
948    $hNO HOLDINGS IN PMR - 6 OTHER HOLDINGS