Continental Philosophy A Critical Approach

ISBN-10: 1557868816

ISBN-13: 9781557868817

Edition: 2004

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Description: A lucid and wide-ranging introduction to the key figures and philosophical movements of the 19th and 20th century. Chronologically organized, the book includes chapters on Hegel, Marx and Western Marxism, Schopenhauer and Freud and Bergson, Nietzsche, hermeneutics and phenomenology.

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List price: $51.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/19/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 480
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.870
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Preface
Introduction
Descartes
Empiricism and the Rise of Science
Rationalism
The French Enlightenment
Challenges to the Enlightenment: Rousseau and Romanticism
Kant
Problems with Kant's System
Fichte
Schelling
Holderlin, Novalis, and Schiller
Hegel
Core Contributions
Life
The Phenomenology of Spirit
Philosophy of History
Politics and Ethics
Aesthetics
Philosophy of Mind
The Preface to the Phenomenology as a Transition to the System
The System
Assessment
Marx and Western Marxism
Marx: Core Contributions
Life
Early Marx: Alienation and Capitalism
The Materialist Conception of History
Marx's Analysis of the Capitalist Mode of Production
Assessment
Western Marxism
Core Contributions
Gramsci
Horkheimer
Marcuse
Habermas
Assessment
Summary
Life-Philosophy and Subconscious Forces: Schopenhauer, Freud, and Bergson
Core Contributions
Schopenhauer
Freud
Bergson
Comparisons
Assessment
Nietzsche
Core Contributions
Life
On Reading Nietzsche
The Death of God and the Struggle Against Nihilism
Critique of Morality and Revaluation of Values
Constructive Ethics: Life-Affirmation, Power, Individuated Virtues
Art
History
Culture and Politics
Human Life and Consciousness
Epistemology and Metaphysics
New Philosophers
Comparisons
Assessment
Hermeneutics
Core Contributions
A Precursor: Schleiermacher
Dilthey
Heidegger
Gadamer
Betti
Comparisons
Assessment
Phenomenology
Introduction
Core Contributions
Some Types of Phenomenology
The Contributions of the Founder: Husserl
Concrete Phenomenological Studies
Phenomenology and Social Science
Other Applications
Comparisons
Assessment
Existentialism and Philosophical Anthropology
Core Contributions
Existentialism
Kierkegaard
Heidegger
Sartre
Philosophical Anthropology
Scheler
Goldstein
Gehlen
Assessment
Structuralism
Core Contributions
Saussure
Barthes
Levi-Strauss
Lacan
Althusser
Barthes's Transcendence of Structuralism
Assessment
Philosophies of Dispersion
Introduction
Core Contributions
Foucault
Derrida
Deleuze
Assessment
French Feminist Philosophy
Core Contributions
De Beauvoir
Kristeva
Irigaray
Le Doeuff
Comparisons
Assessment
Postmodernism
Some Distinctions
Core Contributions
Lyotard
Baudrillard
Assessment
Conclusions
Strengths and Achievements
Decision-points
Specific Field Contributions
Dispersionist Challenges to the Tradition: A Response
Notes
Bibliography
Index
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