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Lectures on intellectual philosophy

John Young

Lectures on intellectual philosophy

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Published by John Reid in Glasgow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

With a memoir of the author.

Statementby John Young ; edited by William Cairns.
ContributionsCairns, William.
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Open LibraryOL13666740M

This is classic 19th century philosophy/psychology and owes a great deal to the (now outmoded) theory of perception of Sir William Hamilton. Aside from the value of the work in terms of the history of philosophy, the appendix which Champlin has of the classic philosophers and philosophies is simply outstanding - concise, precise and helpful.   To see the systematic biases that gave rise to this concept of “Western” philosophy we need to go back to the 19th century: to Hegel’s Lectures on the History of Philosophy, for example, or.


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