A companion to the philosophers

edited by Robert L. Arrington ; advisory editors, John Beversluis ... [et al.]

A Companion to the Philosophers surveys the major philosophical thinkers in Western and non-Western traditions. Multicultural in its approach, it provides authoritative coverage of the major Chinese, Indian, Japanese, African, Jewish, and Islamic philosophers, as well as European and American thinkers. Written by a distinguished international assembly of philosophers, A Companion to the Philosophers is ideal for use as an introduction to or a review of the major philosophical thinkers of the past 2,000 years. The essays are synoptic in nature but also contain sufficient detail. The Companion is practical for anyone wanting to explore the wisdom of seminal Western figures and the genius of philosophical thought in other cultures.

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  • List of Contributors. Preface. Acknowledgments. Part I: African Philosophers: 1. Amo: W. Emmanuel Abraham. 2. Cabral: Olufemi Taiwo. 3. Fanon: Olufemi Taiwo. 4. Griaule: D. A. Masolo. 5. Hountondji: F. Abiola Irele. 6. Senghor: F. Abiola Irele. 7. Tempels: D. A. Masolo. 8. Zera Yacob: Calude Sumner. Part II: Chinese Philosophers: 9. Chang Tsai (Zhang Zai): Laurence C. Wu. 10. Ch'eng Hao (Cheng Hao: Laurence C. Wu. 11. Ch'eng I (Cheng Yi): Laurence C. Wu. 12. Chou Tun-i (Zhou Dunyi): Laurence C. Wu. 13. Chu Hsi (Zhu Xi): Shu-Hsien Liu. 14. Confucius: David L. Hall. 15. Feng Youlan (Feng Yu-lan): Francis Soo. 16. Han Fei Tzu (Han Feizi): Jonathan R. Herman. 17. Hsun Tzu (Xunzi): John Knoblock. 18. Hui-neng (Huineng): Laurence C. Wu. 19. Kang You-wei (Kang Youwei): Francis Soo. 20. Laozi (Lao Tzu): Chad Hansen. 21. Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung): Francis Soo. 22. Mencius: Kwong-Loi Shun. 23. Mozi (Mo Tzu): Chad Hansen. 24. Wang Yang-ming (Wang Yangming): Warreng G. Frisina. 25. Yang Chu (Yang Zhu): Jonathan R. Herman. 26. Zhuangzi (Chuang Tzu): Chad Hansen. Part III: European and American Philosophers: 27. Abelard: John Marenbon. 28. Adorno: Douglas Kellner. 29. Anaxagoras: Richard D. Parry. 30. Anaximander: Richard D. Parry. 31. Anaximenes: Richard D. Parry. 32. Anselm: Gregory Schufreider. 33. Aquinas: Ralph McInerny. 34. Arendt: Andrea Nye. 35. Aristotle: R. M. Dancy. 36. Augustine: Vernon J. Bourke. 37. Aurelius, Marcus: A. A. Long. 38. Austin: James F. Harris. 39. Ayer: Thomas Oberdan. 40. Bacon: Paul S. MacDonald. 41. de Beauboir: Veronique M. Foti. 42. Bentham: F. Rosen. 43. Berdyaev: James Dye. 44. Bergson: Pete A. Y. Gunter. 45. Berkeley: Lisa J. Downing. 46. Boethius: John Marenbon. 47. Bonaventure: John Marenbon. 48. Bradley: W. J. Mander. 49. Brentano: Peter Simons. 50. Buber: Maurice Friedman. 51. Camus: Robert C. Solomon. 52. Carnap: Thomas Oberdan. 53 Chomsky: Nigel Love. 54. Cicero: A. A. Long. 55. Comte: Mary Pickering. 56. Croce: Andrew Reck. 57. Davidson: Simon J. Evnine. 58. Democritus: Lakovos Vasiliou. 59. Derrida: John C. Coker. 60. Descartes: Georges Dicker. 61. Dewey: James Gouinlock. 62. Dilthey: Paul J. Welty. 63. Dummett: Gianluigi Oliveri. 64. Duns Scotus: Jack Zupko. 65. Emerson: Andre Reck 66. Empedocles: Richard D. Parry. 67. Epeictetus: A. A. Long. 68. Epicurus: A. A. Long. 69. Eriugena: Richard D. Parry. 70. Feuerbach: Tom Rockmore. 71. Fichte: Wayne M. Martin. 72. Foucault: Ladelle McWhorter. 73. Frege: Hans-Johann Glock. 74. Gadamer: Georgia Warnke. 75. Gilson: John Haldane. 76. Goodman: Joseph S. Ullian. 77. Grice: Steven Rieber. 78. Habermas: David Ingram. 79. Hare: Nick Fotion. 80. Hart: Nick Fotion. 81. Hegel: Tom Rockmore. 82. Heidegger: Thomas Sheehan. 83. Hempel: Gerald J. Massey and Barbara D. Massey. 84. Heraclitus: Iakovos Vasiliou. 85. Herder: David E. Cooper. 86. Hobbes: David Gauthier. 87. Hume: James M. Humber. 88. Husserl: J. N. Mohanty. 89. James: Michael H. Dearmey. 90. Jaspers: Oswald O. Schrag. 91. Kant: Ralf Meerbote. 92. Kierkegaard: George J. Stack. 93. Kripke: John P. Burgess. 94. Kuhn: Paul Hoyningen-Huene. 95. Leibniz: Nicholas Jolley. 96. Levinas: Adriaan T. Peperzak. 97. Locke: E. J. Lowe. 98. Machiavelli: William D. Richardson. 99. MacIntyre: Stephen Mulhall. 100. McTaggart: Gary L. Cesarz. 101. Malcolm: John V. Canfield. 102. Malebranche: Daisie Radner. 103. Marcuse: Douglas Kellner. 104. Maritain: John Haldane. 105. Marx: Allen W. Wood. 106. Merleau-Ponty: Hugh J. Silverman. 107. Mill: Geoffrey Scarre. 108. Montaigne: Paul S. MacDonald. 109. Moore: Avrum Stroll. 110. Nietzsche: Richard Schacht. 111. Ockham: John Shand. 112. Parmendides and Zeno of Elea: Iakovos Vasiliou. 113. Pascal: Anthony Levi. 114. Peirce: Robert Almeder. 115. Plato: C. C. C. Reeve. 116. Plotinus: Lloyd P. Gerson. 117. Popper: M. A. Notturno. 118. Protagoras: Iakovos Vasiliou. 119. Putnam: Douglas G. Winblad. 120. Pyrrho: A. A. Long. 121. Pythagoras: Iakovos Vasiliou. 122. Quine: Roger F. Gibson. 123. Rawls: Thomas W. Pogge. 124. Reid: William L. Rowe. 125. Ricoeur: G. B. Madison. 126. Rorty: Kai Nielsen. 127. Rousseau: Robert Wokler. 128. Royce: Bert P. Helm. 129. Russell: Peter Hylton. 130. Ryle: William Lyons. 131. Santayana: Andrew Reck. 132. Sartre: William R. Schroeder. 133. Scheler: John C. Coker. 134. Schelling: Judith Norman. 135. Schlick: Thomas Oberdan. 136. Schopenhauer: David E. Cooper. 137. Sextus Empiricus: A. A. Long. 138. Socrates: John Beversluis. 139. Spinoza: Genevieve Lloyd. 140. Strawson: Hans-Johann Glock. 141. Thales: Richard D. Parry. 142. Vico: Donald Phillip Verene. 143. Voltaire: Robert Wokler. 144. Whitehead: Lewis S. Ford. 145. Wittgenstein: P. M. S. Hacker. 146. Wollstonecraft: Linda A. Bell. 147. Xenophanes: Iakovos Vasiliou. 148. Zeno of Citium: A. A. Long. Part IV: Indian Philosophers: 149. Bhartr-hari: Ashok Aklujkar. 150. Bhattacharyya: David E. Cooper. 151. The Buddha: Peter Harvey. 152. Candrakirti: Jay L. Garfield. 153. Dharmakirti: Jonardon Ganeri. 154. Dinnaga (Dignaga): Jonardon Ganeri. 155. Gandhi: Bhikhu Parekh. 156. Gangesa: Karl H. Potter. 157. Guadapada: John Grimes. 158. Kumarila: John A. Taber. 159. Madhusudana Sarasvati: Karl H. Potter. 160. Madvha: Indira Mahalingam Carr and Brian Carr. 161. Mahavira: Jayandra Soni. 162. Nagarjuna: Bina Gupta. 163. Padmapada: John Grimes. 164. Patanjali: Mark B. Woodhouse. 165. Radhakrishnan: Kalyan Sengupta. 166. Ramanuja: Indira Mahalingam Carr. 167. Sankara: Brian Carr. 168. Sri Aurobindo: Tapan Kumar Chakrabarti. 169. Sriharsa: Karl H. Potter. 170. Suresvara: John Grimes. 171. Swami Vivekananda: Tapan Kumar Chakrabarti. 172. Vacaspati Misra: Karl H. Potter. 173. Vasubandhu: Bina Gupta. 174. Vidyaranya: Karl H. Potter. Part V: Japanese Philosophers: 175. Dogen: Graham Parkes. 176. Hakuin: Mark L. Blum. 177. Honen: Mark L. Blum. 178. Kukai: Mark L. Blum. 179. Miki: John C. Maraldo. 180. Nichiren: Mark L. Blum. 181. Nishida: Yoko Arisaka. 182. Nishitani: John C. Maraldo. 183. Suzuki: John C. Maraldo. 184. Tanabe: John C. Maraldo. 185. Watsuji: John C. Maraldo. Part VI: Islamic and Jewish Philosophers: 186. Averroes (Ivn Rushd): Oliver Leaman. 187. Avicenna (Ivn Sina): Oliver Leaman. 188. Farabi: Oliver Leaman. 189. Ghazali: Oliver Leaman. 190. Iqbal: David E. Cooper. 191. Maimonides: Oliver Leaman. 192. Mendelssohn: Oliver Leaman. 193. Philo: Oliver Leaman. Index.

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書名 A companion to the philosophers
著作者等 Arrington, Robert L.
Beversluis, John
シリーズ名 Blackwell companions to philosophy
出版元 Blackwell
刊行年月 1999
ページ数 xix, 696 p.
大きさ 26 cm
ISBN 155786845X
NCID BA39270040
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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