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A History of Philosophy in Epitome

By Albert Schwegler
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Table of Contents
  • A HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY IN EPITOME,
  • INTRODUCTORY NOTE BY HENRY B. SMITH, D. D.
  • TRANSLATOR’S PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • A HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY.
  • SECTION I. WHAT IS MEANT BY THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY.
  • SECTION II. CLASSIFICATION.
  • SECTION III. GENERAL VIEW OF THE PRE-SOCRATIC PHILOSOPHY.
  • SECTION IV. THE IONIC PHILOSOPHERS.
  • SECTION V. PYTHAGOREANISM.
  • SECTION VI. THE ELEATICS.
  • SECTION VII. HERACLITUS.
  • SECTION VIII. EMPEDOCLES.
  • SECTION IX. THE ATOMISTIC PHILOSOPHY.
  • SECTION X. ANAXAGORAS.
  • SECTION XI. THE SOPHISTIC PHILOSOPHY.
  • SECTION XII. SOCRATES.[2]
  • SECTION XIII. THE PARTIAL DISCIPLES OF SOCRATES.
  • SECTION XIV. PLATO.
  • SECTION XV. THE OLD ACADEMY.
  • SECTION XVI. ARISTOTLE.
  • SECTION XVII. STOICISM.
  • SECTION XVIII. EPICUREANISM.
  • SECTION XIX. SCEPTICISM AND THE NEW ACADEMY.
  • SECTION XX. THE ROMANS.
  • SECTION XXI. NEW PLATONISM.
  • SECTION XXII. CHRISTIANITY AND SCHOLASTICISM.
  • SECTION XXIII. TRANSITION TO THE MODERN PHILOSOPHY.
  • SECTION XXIV. DESCARTES.
  • SECTION XXV. GEULINCX AND MALEBRANCHE.
  • SECTION XXVI. SPINOZA.
  • SECTION XXVII. IDEALISM AND REALISM.
  • SECTION XXVIII. LOCKE.
  • SECTION XXIX. HUME.
  • SECTION XXX. CONDILLAC.
  • SECTION XXXI. HELVETIUS.
  • SECTION XXXII. THE FRENCH CLEARING UP (Aufklaerung) AND MATERIALISM.
  • SECTION XXXIII. LEIBNITZ.
  • SECTION XXXIV. BERKELEY.
  • SECTION XXXV. WOLFF.
  • SECTION XXXVI. THE GERMAN CLEARING UP.
  • SECTION XXXVII. TRANSITION TO KANT.
  • SECTION XXXVIII. KANT.
  • SECTION XXXIX. TRANSITION TO THE POST-KANTIAN PHILOSOPHY.
  • SECTION XL. JACOBI.
  • SECTION XLI. FICHTE
  • SECTION XLII. HERBART.
  • SECTION XLIII. SCHELLING.
  • SECTION XLIV. TRANSITION TO HEGEL.
  • SECTION XLV. HEGEL.
    • THE END.
  • FOOTNOTES:
    • TWO GREAT ANSWERS
  • RECENT ATTACK ON THE BIBLE.
    • CONTENTS.
      • APPENDIX:
      • II.—AIDS TO FAITH.
      • CONTENTS.
    • APPENDIX:
    • II.—AIDS TO FAITH.
    • CONTENTS.
    • THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES
    • THE PRESERVATION OF FAVORED RACES
      • CHARLES DARWIN, A. M.
      • NEW PUBLICATIONS
    • CHARLES DARWIN, A. M.
    • NEW PUBLICATIONS
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  • Evidence as to Man’s Place in Nature.
    • CONTENTS:
    • HEAT,
      • CONSIDERED AS A MODE OF MOTION,
      • RECENT PUBLICATIONS
    • CONSIDERED AS A MODE OF MOTION,
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