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Widely acclaimed as the most authoritative and accessible one volume dictionary available in English and now with translations into Chinese Korean Russian Italian and Spanish underway this second edition offers an even richer I find myself reaching for this one uite often its entries hit that sweet spot between being too brief to be informative and too lengthy to be able to read while under pressure which in academia is a given

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The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy

Comprehensive and up to date survey of ideas and thinkers written by an international team of 436 contributors Includes the most comprehensive entries on major philosophers 400 new entries including over 50 on preeminent conte Learning the history of philosophy takes a long time and is a lot like learning a foreign language It is a long term task to try to learn the who what and when of philosophy I didn t read this book from front to back but in a somewhat random order while always trying to comprehend the whole book at once

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Mporary philosophers extensive coverage of rapidly developing fields such as the philosophy of mind and applied ethics entries on non Western philosophy than any comparable volume and increased coverage of Continental philosop Best philosophical reference in print


10 thoughts on “The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy

  1. says:

    This is a great reference book for the Philosopher in that it has a really good comprehensive entries on major philosophersEveryone should have good reference booksIt is concise well written and easy to comprehend

  2. says:

    I find myself reaching for this one uite often; its entries hit that sweet spot between being too brief to be inf

  3. says:

    Attention to all Philosophy Teachers Students anyone interested in Philosophy Now you can have philosophical terms on your fingertip

  4. says:

    Learning the history of philosophy takes a long time and is a lot like learning a foreign language It is a long term task to try to learn the who what and when of philosophy I didn't read this book from front to back but in

  5. says:

    It's a good resource for reminding yourself the general thoughts of different philosophers and schools of thought Great for beginning students of philosophy as it explains terms which are commonly happened upon in texts

  6. says:

    very handy detailed scholarly up to date essential reference work for philosophers and theologians

  7. says:

    Best philosophical reference in print

  8. says:

    Absolutely the best research on technical philosophy currently in print

  9. says:

    Excellent summaries of philosophers schools etc Non western philosophical traditions are included which is nice Binding isn't the best

  10. says:

    Currently reading second edition would buy latest edition in thick hardback One of three books you should take with you to a desert isle; an eternal source of ponder You bored Open up a random page and read