The Nineteenth Century
C. L. Ten, C. C. W. Taylor, G. H. R. Parkinson, Stuart G. Shanker, John Marenbon
Psychology Press, 1994 - Reference - 466 pages
The Nineteenth Century provides a broad, scholarly introduction to nineteenth-century philosophy. It also contains a glossary of philosophical terms and a chronological table of philosophical and cultural events.
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