The seventy-six chapters of this great history, beginning with “The Rise of Greek Civilization” and ending with “the Philosophy of Logical Analysis,” are distributed through three books. Book I (Ancient Philosophy) comprises three parts – “The Pre-Socratics”; “Socrates, Plato and Aristotle”; and “Ancient Philosophy after Aristotle.” Book II (Catholic Philosophy) is divided into two parts – “The Fathers'” and “The Schoolmen.” Book III (Modern Philosophy) also comprises two parts – “From the Renaissance to Hume,” and From Rousseau to the Present Day.”
Written by: Bertrand Russell
Published by: Simon and Schuster
Printing Date: 1965
In Acceptable to Good Condition for the age. The cover has Heavy wear along the edges and corners. Age discoloration on the front and back. Some creases and shelf wear. Front cover top right corner is torn. Binding is strong. Inside cover has a name written on it. Ink spot on first few pages. Pages have age discoloration and heavy wear along the corners. See pictures for more info.
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