Addresses 19 major Western philosophers, from Plato to Sartre. Concise biographies introduce each philosopher, followed by overviews of the major themes, arguments, and ideas that run through each philosopher's work. Each chapter also provides in-depth summary and analysis of the philosopher's most important works, as well as sample A+ student essays.
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abstract according actions actually aesthetic Analysis Aquinas argues argument Aristotle Aristotle's asserts Augustine beauty believed body capitalist cause Christian claim commodities concept conclusion consciousness Critique defines Descartes Discourse on Inequality distinction ence essence eternal ethical eudaimonia evil example existence experience explains fact faith fundamental Greek happiness Hegel Hobbes human Hume Hythloday ideal ideas individual intellectual Kant Kierkegaard kind knowledge labor language laws live Locke logic logical atomism Marx mathematics means Metaphysics Mill mind modern moral motion mover nature Nietzsche objects perception person Phenomenology of Spirit philosophy physical Plato pleasure political potential principles problem propositions question rational reality reason relations religious Rousseau Russell Russell's Sartre sense sense-data social Social Contract Socrates soul sovereign substance Summa Theologica Summary Themes theory Theory of Forms things thought tion true truth understanding universal Utopia virtue Wittgenstein words workers Zarathustra