The encyclopedia of philosophy: Supplement

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Simon & Schuster Macmillan, 1996 - Philosophy - 775 pages
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The 357 articles address areas of thought that were overlooked by the original set or that have developed since the Encyclopedia's publication, and they do it in a precise manner that will allow all readers to fully understand every side of the topic.

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Review: Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 4 Vol. Set

User Review  - Robert - Goodreads

How do you define cool? Once upon the time, one's library was how it was done. What did you do when you went to someone's place for the first time? Peruse their bookshelves. What people read define ... Read full review

Review: Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 4 Vol. Set

User Review  - Art - Goodreads

Tons of articles on various philosophers, schools of thought, history, and philosophical subjects. Before reading the works of a particular philosopher or school, I highly recommend a person read the article concerning the subject/person in this book first. Read full review

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