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Rgotten f t hadn t been articially adopted by the Communist parties as an official line rather ronic for a Thomist who supports a thirteenth century philosophy artifically kept alive parties as an official line rather ronic for a Thomist who supports a thirteenth century philosophy artifically kept alive having been adopted as the official line of the Catholic Church I would guess THERE ARE FAR MARXISTS OUTSIDE THE COMMUNIST PARTIES THAN are far Marxists outside the Communist parties than outside the Catholic Church He refers to Sartre s dialectical arguments freuently with expressions such as tiresome jargon I might use the same expression for the jargon of the Transcendental Absolute and so forth n the writers he discusses earlierNow that I have finished to sum up the whole history the first volume was fairly weak and I would recommend another history for Greek philosophy eg Guthrie s the second through seventh volumes and especially those on the Middle Ages are probably the best general history The Lake in Englishf you correct for the Catholic bias not extremely apparent except Surface of the Deep: Searching for Booker Wright and Finding Redemption Along the Way in the choice of whom to focus on and the fact that they are roughly a half century old the eighth and ninth volumes are as describedn this review and I would recommend other books for the twentieth century actually I m not sure a general history The Devil Aspect is the best way to approach contemporary thought anyway Just dipping mostly for French traditionalist and Catholic renaissance material de Maistre Maritain et alEverything I read 4 of 18 chapters was very clear even Bergson who has always seemed opaue to me If I had time I d read the whole series slowly starting with the pre Socratics I ll browse the other volumesn any case A History of Philosophy 9 Modern Philosophy A History of Philosophy 9 Frederick Charles CoplestonVolume 9 Maine de Biran to Sartre From the French Revolution to Auguste Comte Selected Dialogues including Maine de Biran From Auguste Comte to Henri Bergson From Henri Bergson to Jean Paul Sartrencluding Maurice Merleau Ponty 2009 Finally done all nine volumes highly recommended Now back to Thoma. Er and showing his links to those who went before and to those who came after him The result of Copleston's prodigious labors An Unlikely Pair (My Once and Future Love, is a history of philosophy thats unlikely ever to be surpassed Thought magazine summed up the general agreement among scholars and students alike when Four Corners Level 1b Workbook it reviewed Copleston's A History of Philosophy as broad minded and objective comprehensive and scholarly unified and well proportioned We cannot recommendt too highly. ,
A History of PhilosophyA very compendious but very efficient historical narrative Perfect Finally finished after three and a half years Or forty three f you count the first time I started Love and Punishment (Beyond Fairytales series) itn college This was the ninth and Last Volume He Mentions A Projected Tenth volume He mentions a projected tenth n the preface but apparently never wrote t the tenth volume Angola to Zydeco: Louisiana Lives includedn one reprint edition s an unrelated collection of his essays Like the eighth volume this one tenth volume ncluded n one reprint edition s an unrelated collection of his essays Like the eighth volume this one a real falling off from the level of the first seven as he explains himself Between Octobers in the preface faced with the large number of nineteenth and early twentieth century philosophers and with administrative responsibilities taking up much of his time he decided to concentrate on the thinkers he was already familiar with which obviously meant a concentration on Catholic or religious philosophers and writers who are not the authors I would consider to be representative of the British v 8 or French v 9 philosophy of the time I hadn t even heard of many of the authors he treats ofn these two volumes despite having been a philosophy major Julian 3: The Works of the Emperor Julian in college Moreover many of the writers he discusses are not generally considered as philosophers at all but as literary religious scientific or political figures and where the earlier volumes concentrate on a few major figures with general chaptersn between Contemporary Task-Based Language Teaching in Asia in this one apart from Comte Bergson and Sartre no one gets their own chapter and there are many figures who are treatedn a few paragraphsThe book begins well The Taming of the Werewolf in the first part From the Revolution to Auguste Comte with the aftermath of the French revolution the Traditionalists and the Ideologues and then moves on to Maine de Biran theres a chapter on the Eclectics Royer Collard Cousins and Jouffroy one on Social Philosopy Second Biennial Report of the State Board of Health of the State of Iowa: For the Fiscal Period Ending June 30, 1883 (Classic Reprint) ie the utopian socialists Fourier Proudhon and the most space given to St Simon who howevers still not covered adeuately and a chapter on Comte The second part From Auguste Comte to Henri. Conceived originally as a serious presentation of the development of philosophy for Catholic seminary students Frederick Copleston's nine volume  A History Of Philosophy has journeyed far beyond the modest purpose of ts author to universal acclaim as the best history of philosophy n EnglishCopleston an Oxford Jesuit of mmense erudition who once tangled with A J Ayer n a fabled debate about the existence of God and the possibility of met. Bergson and the beginning of the third part From Bergson to Sartre or than a third of the book however First Cosmic Velocity is given mainly to the spiritualist tradition Philosophy and Christian Apologetics and Thomismn France apart from Bergson And Maritain These Chapters Were All About Maritain these chapters were all about I hadn t heard of and despite copleston n his element here trying despite Copleston n his element here trying differentiate their minute differences about God and theology and determine how close they are to Catholic orthodoxy they all seemed pretty much to be saying the same things trying to use Maine de Biran andor German Idealism to reconcile God and Christian metaphysics with a positivist conception of science There s then a fairly nteresting chapter on Philosophy of Science Joshi Mousou Shoukougun, Vol. 4 including Poincar Duhem Meyerson and Bachelard followed by two chapters on basically Catholic writersncluding Teilhard de Chardin and Gabriel Marcel he ends up with two chapters on Sartre and a last chapter on Camus and Merleau Ponty with a few concluding paragraphs on Levi Strauss and structuralism In addition to the uestion of his choice of subjects this book also was less objective than the others n ts treatment Although Copleston never pretended to be objective Tryst with Prosperity in the sense of hiding his Catholic perspective and I preferred thatn that a known and admitted bias Tryst with Prosperity: Indian Business and the Bombay Plan of 1944 is easier to correct for than a hidden one whichs what Al Capone's Beer Wars: A Complete History of Organized Crime in Chicago During Prohibition is found with most objective accountsn a subject as controversial as philosophy he did try to understand everyone he discussed and present them fairly and then criticize them n a respectful way In this book he lets his opinions overrule this especially with Sartre whom he obviously has a great dislike for To begin with Sartre here seems out of place to come from out of nowhere because Copleston has excluded most secular philosophers after the classical positivists and the Marxist tradition entirely he considers Marxism to be a nineteenth century philosophy which would be fo. Aphysics knew that seminary students were fed a woefully nadeuate diet of theses and proofs and that their familiarity with most of history's great thinkers was reduced to simplistic caricatures Copleston set out to redress the wrong by writing a complete history of Western philosophy one crackling with Below the Moon (The 8th Island Trilogy incident and intellectual excitement and one that gives full place to each thinker presenting his thoughtn a beautifully rounded mann. ,

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