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The seventh edition of Steven Cahn's Classics of Western Philosophy features several major additions, including selections from Plotinus' Enneads, Schopenhauer's The World as Will and Representation, Husserl's Paris Lectures, Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations, and a new selection from Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit. Selections from Aristotle's Metaphysics and On the Soul have been expanded, while Aristotle's Physics and Nicomachean Ethics, Hume's Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, Mill's On Liberty, and Russell's The Problem of Philosophy have been further abridged. In all, the new edition presents complete texts or substantial selections from fifty-six philosophical masterpieces, in pre-eminent and thoughtfully annotated translations and editions, with introductions by a team of distinguished scholars including Sara Ahbel-Rappe, Richard Bett, Steven Cahn, Charles Guignon, Kathleen Higgins, Patricia Kitcher, Philip W. Kitcher, William Mann, Derek Pereboom, Ruth Anna Putnam, Israel Scheffler, David Shatz, George Sher, David Sherman, Jonathan Vogel, Meredith Williams, and Michael Williams.
Table of Contents
|Republic (selections)||p. 113|
|Categories (chapters 1-5)||p. 180|
|On interpretation (selections)||p. 184|
|Posterior analytics (selections)||p. 190|
|Physics (selections)||p. 197|
|On the soul (selections)||p. 214|
|Metaphysics (selections)||p. 228|
|Nicomachean ethics (selections)||p. 260|
|Letter to Menoeceus||p. 315|
|The principal doctrines||p. 318|
|Outlines of Pyrrhonism (selections)||p. 337|
|On free choice of the will (selections)||p. 357|
|Confessions (book XI)||p. 373|
|Enneads (selections)||p. 388|
|Consolation of philosophy (selections)||p. 402|
|Gaunilo's reply on behalf of the fool||p. 425|
|Anselm's reply to Gaunilo||p. 428|
|The guide of the perplexed (selections)||p. 436|
|Surama theologiae (selections)||p. 442|
|The wars of the Lord (selections)||p. 464|
|Summa logicae (selections)||p. 475|
|Meditations on first philosophy||p. 484|
|Leviathan (selections)||p. 519|
|Ethics (parts I, II)||p. 551|
|Discourse on metaphysics||p. 598|
|An essay concerning human understanding (selections)||p. 629|
|A treatise concerning the principles of human knowledge (introduction, sections 1-33)||p. 700|
|Three dialogues between Hylas and Philonous||p. 715|
|An enquiry concerning human understanding||p. 763|
|A treatise of human nature (selections)||p. 829|
|Dialogues concerning natural religion||p. 856|
|Critique of pure reason (selections)||p. 905|
|Grounding for the metaphysics of morals||p. 981|
|Phenomenology of spirit (selections)||p. 1023|
|The world as will and representation (selections)||p. 1040|
|Concluding unscientific postscript (selections)||p. 1050|
|On liberty (selections)||p. 1091|
|Twilight of the idols (selections)||p. 1100|
|The fixation of belief||p. 1117|
|How to make our ideas clear||p. 1126|
|What pragmatism means||p. 1139|
|The will to believe||p. 1149|
|The problems of philosophy (chapters I-V)||p. 1163|
|Paris lectures (selections)||p. 1183|
|The humanism of existentialism||p. 1192|
|Philosophical investigations (selections)||p. 1207|
|Sense and sensibilia (chapters I-III, V)||p. 1224|
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