The Resource A history of philosophical systems

A history of philosophical systems

Label
A history of philosophical systems
Title
A history of philosophical systems
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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1896-1974
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Ferm, Vergilius Ture Anselm
Dewey number
109
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Index
index present
LC call number
B72
LC item number
.F4
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Philosophy
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A history of philosophical systems
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Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
Contents
  • ch. 3.
  • Existentialism
  • Helmut Kuhn
  • ch. 33.
  • The new materialism
  • Roy Wood Sellars
  • ch. 34.
  • Varieties of naturalism
  • Vergilius Ferm
  • ch. 35.
  • Panpsychism
  • Buddhist philosophical systems
  • Charles Hartshorne
  • ch. 36.
  • Contemporary Thomism
  • Donald A. Gallagher
  • ch. 37.
  • Logical positivism
  • Gustav Bergmann
  • ch. 38.
  • Semantics
  • Gustav Bergmann
  • Clarence H. Hamilton
  • ch. 39.
  • A brief history of general theory of value
  • Stephen C. Pepper
  • ch. 40.
  • Recent schools of logic
  • Albert E. Avey
  • ch. 41.
  • Recent epistemological schools
  • Ledger Wood
  • ch. 42.
  • ch. 4.
  • Philosophy of the sciences
  • A. Cornelius Benjamin
  • ch. 43.
  • Recent schools of aesthetics
  • Van Meter Ames
  • ch. 44.
  • Recent schools of ethics
  • Glenn Negley
  • ch. 45.
  • Philosophies of history
  • Chinese philosophy (Confucianism, Moism, Taoism, legalism)
  • Elizabeth Farquhar Flower
  • ch. 46.
  • Philosophies of culture
  • Horace L. Friess
  • ch. 47.
  • Philosophies of religion
  • Vergilius Ferm
  • H.G. Creel
  • ch. 5.
  • Ancient Jewish philosophy
  • Samuel S. Cohon
  • ch. 6.
  • pt. 1.
  • The beginnings of Greek philosophy
  • Gordon H. Clark
  • ch. 7.
  • Early Greek moralists
  • Paul R. Helsel
  • ch. 8.
  • Platonism
  • James H. Dunham
  • ch. 9.
  • Aristotelianism
  • Ancient and medieval:
  • Henry Veatch
  • ch. 10.
  • Hellenistic and Roman schools of philosophy
  • Gordon H. Clark
  • ch. 11.
  • Alexandrian philosophy
  • Eugen Kullmann
  • ch. 12.
  • Early Christian philosophy
  • Vergilius Ferm
  • ch. 1.
  • ch. 13.
  • Arabic and Islamic philosophy
  • Edward J. Jurji
  • ch. 14.
  • Mediaeval Jewish philosophy
  • Emil L. Fackenheim
  • ch. 15.
  • Early Christian scholasticism
  • Richard J. Thompson
  • ch. 16.
  • The story of Indian philosophy
  • Revived Aristotelianism and Thomistic philosophy
  • Armand Maurer
  • ch. 17.
  • Scotism and Ockhamism
  • Armand Maurer
  • pt. 2.
  • Modern and recent:
  • ch. 18.
  • Renaissance philosophies
  • Paul Oskar Kristeller
  • Shri Krishna Saksena
  • ch. 19.
  • Early modern rationalism
  • Albert G. Ramsperger
  • ch. 20.
  • Early modern empiricism
  • Douglas N. Morgan
  • ch. 21.
  • The philosophy of the Enlightenment
  • Charles Frankel
  • ch. 22.
  • ch. 2.
  • Kant's critical philosophy
  • Newton P. Stallknecht
  • ch. 23.
  • Classical German idealism, the philosophy of Schopenhauer and neo-Kantianism
  • Alban G. Widgery
  • ch. 24.
  • Dialectical materialism
  • Siegfried Marck
  • ch. 25.
  • English and American absolute idealism
  • Zoroastrian philosophy
  • G. Watts Cunningham
  • ch. 26.
  • Positivism
  • Charles Frankel
  • ch. 27.
  • Personalism (including personal idealism)
  • Edgar Sheffield Brightman
  • ch. 28.
  • Phenomenology
  • Dorion Cairns
  • Irach J.S. Taraporewala
  • ch. 29.
  • Early philosophies of evolution
  • Ray H. Dotterer
  • ch. 30.
  • Vitalism
  • Arthur Berndtson
  • ch. 31.
  • Pragmatism
  • Donald S. Mackay
  • ch. 32.
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 642 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035601768
Label
A history of philosophical systems
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
Contents
  • ch. 3.
  • Existentialism
  • Helmut Kuhn
  • ch. 33.
  • The new materialism
  • Roy Wood Sellars
  • ch. 34.
  • Varieties of naturalism
  • Vergilius Ferm
  • ch. 35.
  • Panpsychism
  • Buddhist philosophical systems
  • Charles Hartshorne
  • ch. 36.
  • Contemporary Thomism
  • Donald A. Gallagher
  • ch. 37.
  • Logical positivism
  • Gustav Bergmann
  • ch. 38.
  • Semantics
  • Gustav Bergmann
  • Clarence H. Hamilton
  • ch. 39.
  • A brief history of general theory of value
  • Stephen C. Pepper
  • ch. 40.
  • Recent schools of logic
  • Albert E. Avey
  • ch. 41.
  • Recent epistemological schools
  • Ledger Wood
  • ch. 42.
  • ch. 4.
  • Philosophy of the sciences
  • A. Cornelius Benjamin
  • ch. 43.
  • Recent schools of aesthetics
  • Van Meter Ames
  • ch. 44.
  • Recent schools of ethics
  • Glenn Negley
  • ch. 45.
  • Philosophies of history
  • Chinese philosophy (Confucianism, Moism, Taoism, legalism)
  • Elizabeth Farquhar Flower
  • ch. 46.
  • Philosophies of culture
  • Horace L. Friess
  • ch. 47.
  • Philosophies of religion
  • Vergilius Ferm
  • H.G. Creel
  • ch. 5.
  • Ancient Jewish philosophy
  • Samuel S. Cohon
  • ch. 6.
  • pt. 1.
  • The beginnings of Greek philosophy
  • Gordon H. Clark
  • ch. 7.
  • Early Greek moralists
  • Paul R. Helsel
  • ch. 8.
  • Platonism
  • James H. Dunham
  • ch. 9.
  • Aristotelianism
  • Ancient and medieval:
  • Henry Veatch
  • ch. 10.
  • Hellenistic and Roman schools of philosophy
  • Gordon H. Clark
  • ch. 11.
  • Alexandrian philosophy
  • Eugen Kullmann
  • ch. 12.
  • Early Christian philosophy
  • Vergilius Ferm
  • ch. 1.
  • ch. 13.
  • Arabic and Islamic philosophy
  • Edward J. Jurji
  • ch. 14.
  • Mediaeval Jewish philosophy
  • Emil L. Fackenheim
  • ch. 15.
  • Early Christian scholasticism
  • Richard J. Thompson
  • ch. 16.
  • The story of Indian philosophy
  • Revived Aristotelianism and Thomistic philosophy
  • Armand Maurer
  • ch. 17.
  • Scotism and Ockhamism
  • Armand Maurer
  • pt. 2.
  • Modern and recent:
  • ch. 18.
  • Renaissance philosophies
  • Paul Oskar Kristeller
  • Shri Krishna Saksena
  • ch. 19.
  • Early modern rationalism
  • Albert G. Ramsperger
  • ch. 20.
  • Early modern empiricism
  • Douglas N. Morgan
  • ch. 21.
  • The philosophy of the Enlightenment
  • Charles Frankel
  • ch. 22.
  • ch. 2.
  • Kant's critical philosophy
  • Newton P. Stallknecht
  • ch. 23.
  • Classical German idealism, the philosophy of Schopenhauer and neo-Kantianism
  • Alban G. Widgery
  • ch. 24.
  • Dialectical materialism
  • Siegfried Marck
  • ch. 25.
  • English and American absolute idealism
  • Zoroastrian philosophy
  • G. Watts Cunningham
  • ch. 26.
  • Positivism
  • Charles Frankel
  • ch. 27.
  • Personalism (including personal idealism)
  • Edgar Sheffield Brightman
  • ch. 28.
  • Phenomenology
  • Dorion Cairns
  • Irach J.S. Taraporewala
  • ch. 29.
  • Early philosophies of evolution
  • Ray H. Dotterer
  • ch. 30.
  • Vitalism
  • Arthur Berndtson
  • ch. 31.
  • Pragmatism
  • Donald S. Mackay
  • ch. 32.
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 642 pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035601768

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