By James A. Harris
were significantly influential, in France, in Italy, in Germany, and in the USA. Their principles and arguments stay a robust presence in philosophy 3 centuries later.
This Oxford guide is the 1st publication ever to supply finished insurance of the complete variety of philosophical writing in Britain within the eighteenth century. It presents money owed of the writings of all of the significant figures, but in addition places these figures within the context supplied through a bunch of writers much less popular this present day. The booklet has 5 relevant sections: 'Logic and Metaphysics', 'The Passions', 'Morals', 'Criticism', and 'Politics'. every one part includes 4 chapters, delivering detailed
coverage of the entire very important elements of its subject material. there's additionally an introductory part, with chapters at the common personality of philosophizing in eighteenth-century Britain, and a concluding part at the very important query of the relation at the present among philosophy and religion.
The authors of the chapters are specialists of their fields. They comprise philosophers, historians, political theorists, and literary critics, they usually educate in faculties and universities in Britain, in Europe, and in North America.
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