B Classification

May 20, 2014

Philosophy and Philosophers – 736 titles 

B21-B69/Miscellanies, Personal Examinations, General References          B72-B105/Histories of Philosophy: General to Particular     B113-B840/ Histories & Individual Philosophers, Ancient to Modern          B841-B8414/ Philosophy & Philosophers by National Groupings

Updated 20 November 2018

B21.M3 1961 Ref   Masterpieces of world philosophy in summary form.  Edited by F. N. Magill & I.P. McGreal.  v.1, 6th century B.C. to 1800; v.2, from 1800.  Salem Press, 1961.  2v. (xxxii, 576; 577-1166, IIIp.)  Acknowlegements p.v-viii. Alphabetical List of Titles p.ix-xiv. Glossary of Common Philosophical Terms p.xix-xxxii. Author Index i-iii.  #1631, 1632  1.00

B21.P39 1994 Ref  Philosophic classics. [Edited by Walter Arnold Kaufmann & Forrest E. Baird. Prentice Hall, c1994. v.II [of IV], Medieval Philosophy. Includes bibliographical references. #16288. 6.40

B29.A73 1981   Arendt, Hannah,    -1975.  The life of the mind.  One/thinking; Two/willing.  one-volume edition.  Edited by Mary McCarthy.  Harcourt Brace: Harvest Book, 1981 c1978;  1st published 1971 & 1977.  238, 283p.  Notes p. 217-238; 219-239.  Appendix/”Judging” p.255-272.  Indexes.  #5536 16.05

B29.B446 1991  Berlin, Isaiah.  The crooked timber of humanity: chapters in the history of ideas.  Knopf, 1991.  277p..  Index.  #1074  .95

B29.B78 1968   Buber, Martin.  Between man and man.  With an afterword by the author on “The history of the dialogical principle.”  Introduction by Maurice Friedman.  The Macmillan Co., 1968 c1965; 1st published 1947.  xxi, 224p.  Bibliographical footnotes.  Indexes.  #9419  .95

B29.B82 1970   Buchanan, Scott Milross, 1895-1968.  Embers of the world: conversations with Scott Buchanan.  Participants: Harris Wofford, Jr. and others.  Edited by Harris Wofford, Jr.  The Center for the study of Democratic Institions, c1970.  xii, 226, 16-33p.  (A Center Occasional Paper v.111 no.2, Feb. 1970).  Appendices: I. Memorial Minutes, 1968-1969, Proceedings, The American Philosophical Association, Scott Buchanan, 1895-1968, p.224-226.  II. The 1937-38 Catalog of St. John’s College written largerly by Scott Buchanan p.16-33.  #13280  .15

B29.G17 1996   Gadamer, Hans-Georg, 1900-            Reason in the age of science.  Translated by Frederick G. Lawrence.  The MIT Press, 1996 c1981.  xxxiii, 179p.  Bibliographical notes at ends of articles.  Index.  (Studies in Contemporary German Social Thought, n.2).  Selected essays from the author’s Vernunft im Zietalter der Wissenschaft, c1976, and two others, c1978 & c1979.  #10911  6.95

B29.G253 1983b   Gardner, Martin, 1914-        The whys of a philosophical scrivener.  Quill, c1983.  454p.  Notes p.363-442.  Index.  #11896  7.00

B29.M457 1988   The mind’s eye: fantasies and reflections on self and soul.  Composed and arranged by Douglas R.  Hofstadter and Daniel C. Dennett.  Bantam Books, 1988 c1981.  ix, 501p.  #10189  2.65

B29.O713 1964   Ortega y Gasset, José, 1883-1955.  What is philosophy?  Translated from the Spanish by Mildred Adams.  W.W. Norton, 1964 c1960.  252p.  Based on a series of public lectures, 1929; 1st published in La Nacion (1930) with additions from Obras Completas, v.5, and Obras Ineditas.  #7443  10.60

B29.R26 1984  Rand, Ayn, 1905-1982.   Philosophy: who needs it?  Introd. by Leonard Peikoff.  New Am. Lib.: Signet, 1984 c1982.  228p..  Index.  (The Ayn Rand Library, v.1)  #392r  5.80

B29.T4 1957  This is my philosophy: twenty of the world’s outstanding thinkers reveal the deepest meanings they have found in life.  Edited by Whit Burnett.  Harper, 1957.  378p., bibliographical footnotes.  Index.  #1529  .25

B42.V55 1964  Voltaire, i.e., Marie Francois Arouet, 1694-1778.   Dictionnaire philosophique.  Chronologie et preface par Rene Pameau.  Flammarion, 1964.  373p.  #901  5.00

B42.V5513 2006   Voltaire, i.e., Marie Francois Arouet, 1694-1778.  Philosophical dictionary.  Introduced and edited by John R. Iverson.  Barnes & Noble, c2006; originally published 1764.  xxvi, 438p.  (The Barnes & Noble Library of Essential Reading).  Appendix: Selections from Chaudon’s Anti-philosophical Dictionary p.413-427.  End Notes p.429-436.  Suggested Reading p.437-438.   #13631  10.70

B51.094 1995 Ref   The Oxford companion to philosophy. Edited by Ted Henderich. Oxford University Press, c1995. xx, 1010p., illus. Contains bibliographical references with articles. List of Portraits p.xii. Contributors p.xiii-sviii. Logical Symbols p.925-926. Maps of Philosopy p.927-944. A Chronological Table of Philosophy p.945-956. sources of Illustrations p.957-958. Index and List of Entries. Ted Honderich p.1010.  #5280 32.10

B53.A9 1951  Ayer, Alfred Jules.   Language, truth and logic.  Dover Publications, 1951.  160p., bibl. notes.  Index.  #393.  1.25

B53.O8 1975   The owl of Minerva: philosophers on philosophy.  Edited and with an introduction by Charles J. Bontemps and S. Jack Odell.  McGraw-Hill, 1975.  xiv, 264p.  Books & Articles p.259-260.  Index.  #7520  2.75

B53.R4 1951  Reichenbach, Hans, 1891-1953.  Rise of scientific philosophy.  University of California Press, 1951.  333p.  #1528  .25

B67.B47 1984  Berman, Morris.  The reenchantment of the world.  Bantam Books, 1989 c1981.  366p., illus., diagrams.  Notes p.305-350.  Glossary p.351-257.  Index.  #1240r 2.65

B67.B7 1978   Bronowski, Jacob, 1908-1974.  A sense of the future: essays in natural philosophy.  Selected and edited by Piero E. Ariotti in collaboration with Rita Bronowski.  The MIT Press, 1978 c1977.  x, 286p.  References p.263-275.  Publication Record p.276-278.  Index.  #10643  1.05

B67.B97 1932  Bartt, Edwin Arthur.   The metaphysical foundations of modern physical science.  2d rev. ed.  Doubleday: Anchor Books, 1932.  352p..  Index.  Bibliography p.329-341.  #394  .95

B72.A34 1987   Adler, Moritmer Jerome, 1902-           Ten philosophical mistakes.  Macmillan Publishing Company: Collier Books, 1987 c1985.  xx, 200p.  #12975  4.30

B72.C62 v.1 1962   Copleston, Frederick Charles.  A history of philosophy.  New rev. ed.  v.1: Greece and Rome.  Doubleday: Image Books, 1962 c1946.  2pts. (319, 280p.)  Some Abbreviations Used in This Volume pt.1 p.292-294.  A Note on Sources p.295-297.  A Few Books p.298-300.  Repeated in pt.2 p.251-261.  Index in pt2.  #10326, 10327.  2.15/pt.

B72.C62 v.2 1962   Copleston, Frederick Charles.  A history of philosophy.  v.2: Medieval philosophy.  Doubleday & Company: Image Books, 1962 c1950.  2pts. (346, 352p.)  A Short Bibliography pt.1 p.324-336.  Same pt2 p.292-304.  Index  in pt.2.  Pt.1, Augustine to Bonaventure.  Pt.2, Albert the Great to Duns Scotus.  #9561, 9562  2.75

B72.C62 v.4 1994   Copleston, Frederick Charles.  A history of philosophy.  v.4: Modern philosophy from Descartes to Leibniz.  Doubleday: Image Books, 1994 c1960.  xiii, 370p.  A Short Bibliography p.333-346.  Index.  #12275  9.50

B72.C62 v.7 1965   Copleston, Frederick Charles.  A history of philosophy.  v.7: Modern philosophy.  Doubleday & Company: Image Books, 1965 c1963.  2pts. (319, 276p.)  A Short Bibliography pt. 1 p.295-308; pt.2 p.217-233.  Index in pt.2.  Pt. 1, Fichte to Hegel.  Pt.2, Schopenhauer to Nietzsche.  #13117, 12094  4.75

B72.C62 v.9 1994   Copleston, Frederick Charles.  A history of philosophy.  v.9: Modern philosophy: from the French Revolution to Sartre, Camus, and Lévi-Strauss.  Doubleday: Image Books, 1994 c1977.  xv, 480p.  A Short Bibliography p.449-468.  Index.  #10369  9.10

B72.D75 1953  Durant, Will.  The pleasures of philoso­phy: a survey of human life and destiny.   Simon & Schuster: Touchstone Book, 1953.  446p., Bibl. guide p.409-415.  Index.  Rev. ed. of The Mansions of Philosophy, 1929.  #1105  2.10

B72.D8 1957  Durant, Will.   The story of philosophy: the lives and opinions of the greater philosophers.  [2nd ed.]  Simon&Schuster, 2005 c1961; 1st published 1933.  xvii, 412p  Contains bibliographical footnotes.  Glossary p.399-401.  Bibliography p.403-404.  Index   #395r2  .50

B72.F4 1950 Ref   A history of philosophical systems. Edited by Vergilius Ferm. The Philosophical Library, c1950. xvi, 642p. Notes and Bibliography at ends of chapters. List of Contributors p.xv. Index.  #12542 5.35

B72.G337 2013   Garvey, James, 1967-         and Stangroom, Jeremy. The story of philosophy: a history of Western thought. Quercus Editions Ltd., 2013, c2012. viii, 421p. Further Readingp. 397-401. Index. Acknowledgements p.421. #16321 5.05

B72.G5 1982   Gilson, Etienne, 1884-1978.  The unity of philosophical experience.  Christian Classics/Four Courts Press, 1982 c1965 renewed; 1st published c1937.  xii, 331p.  Bibliography p.321-324.  Index to Proper Names.  On conver: A survey showing the unity of medieval, Cartesian & modern philosophy.  #12405  6.45

B72.G74 1992 Ref   Great thinkers of the Western world: the major ideas and classic works of more than 100 outstanding Western philosophers, physical and social scientists, psychologists, religious writers and theologians. Edited by Ian P. McGreal.  HarperCollinsPublishers c1992. xiv, 572p. Contributors p.xi-xiii. Bibliography p.561-570. Thinkers Index. #9327 4.83

B72.J6 1936  Joad, C. E. M.   Guide to philosophy.  Dover Publications, 1936.  592p., bibl. notes.  Index.  #396.  2.00

B72.L384 1984  Lavine, T. Z.  From Socrates to Sartre: the philosophical quest.  Bantam Books, 1984.  426p.  Further reading at ends of parts; Glossary p.415-418.  Index.  #1359  2.66

B72.M87 1993   Murdoch, Iris, 1919-1999.  Metaphysics as a guide to morals.  Penguin Books, 1993 c1992.  520p.  Acknowledgements p.513-514.  Index.  #9370  17.00

B72.O4 1967 Ref   100 great thinkers: brief biographies of the great men of thought from Hammurabi to Sartre. Editor Jay E. Green. Washington Square Press, c1967. xvi, 620p. Contains bibliographical references. [Contributors on title page]. Acknowledgements p.ix. Glossary p.593-597. Supplementary List of Great Thinkers p.601-614. Index of 100 Great Thinkers According to Field of Endeavor p.617-618. Alphabetical Index.  #7157 .95

B72.O8 2001   The Oxford illustrated history of Western philosophy. Edited by Anthony Kenny. Oxford University Press, 2001, c1994. xii, 407p. List of Maps p.9. List of Color Plates p.11-12. Chronological Table p.371-378. Further Reading p.379-391. Acknowledgement of Sources p.393-394. Index. #16416 1.00

B74.T5 1957 Ref   Thilly, Frank. A history of philosophy; 3rd ed. Rev. by Lodger Wood. Henry Holt and Company c1959; 1st published 1914. xx, 678p. Contains bibliographical references. Acknowledgements p.ix-x. Index.  #13972 2.15

B72.R82 1972  Russell, Bertrand Russell, 3d Earl, 1872-1970.   History of Western philosophy.  Simon & Schuster: A Touchstone Book, 1972.  895p..  Index.  #508  1st published 1945.  5.30

B72.T27 1993  Tarnas, Richard.  Passion of the western mind: understanding the ideas that have shaped our world view.  Ballantine, 1993 c1991.  544p.  Bibliography p.494-512; Chronology p.446-467.  Index.  #1735  8.14

B72.W54 1998   Wilson, Edward Osborne, 1929-  Consilience: the unity of knowledge.  Alfred A. Knopf, c1998.  v, 333p.  Notes p.299-319.  Acknowledgements p.321-322.  Index.  #9449  5.40

B74.H45 1956   Hawton, Hector, 1901-      Philosophy for pleasure: an adventure in ideas.  Fawcett Publications: A Premier Book, 1956 reprint of c1956; 1st published 1949.  192p.  Glossary of Terms p.182-185.  Table of Dates p.186.  Index.  #11542  .25

B77.B723 v.1 1970  Bréhier, Émile, 1876-1952.  The Hellenic age.  Translated by Joseph Thomas.  University of Chicago Press: A Phoenix Book, c1970 c1963.  v, 242p.  Bibliographies after sections.  Index.  (The history of philosophy, v.1)  1st published as Histoire de la philosophie: L’Antiquité et le Moyen Age. I: Introduction, Périod Hellénique, c1938.  Bibliographies enlarged to include works listed in the 8th French edition, 1963.  #11597  2.40

B82.D8 1969   Ducassé, Pierre.  Les grandes philosophies.  Presse Universitaires de France, 19690.  127p.  Bibliographical footnotes.  Indexes.  #5718  .50

B82.W5 1958  Windelband, Wilhelm.   A history of philosophy.  Harper: Torchbooks, 1958 c1901.  2v (347, 348-681p.), bibl. notes, appendices.  Index.  #398, 399  3.50

B105.C5 L6 1960  Lovejoy, Arthur O.   The great chain of being; a study of the history of an idea.  Harper: Torchbooks, 1960 c1936.  376p., bibl notes.  Index.  #400  1.85

B105.P4 R83 1990  Ruddick, Sara.   Maternal thinking: towards a politics of peace.  Ballantine Books, 1990, c1989.  291p., bibl. notes p.253-280.  Index.  #509  3.18

B105.S79A52 1990  Amato, Joseph Anthony & Mosnge, D.  Victims and values: a history and theory of suffering.  Foreword by E. Weber.  Praeger, 1990.  236p., Bibliographic essays p.217-223.  #1150  gift

B105.T54H37 1982   Harrison, Allen F. and Bramson, Robert M.  Styles of thinking: strategies for asking questions, making decisions, and solving problems.  Doubleday: Anchor Press, 1982.  xi, 202p.  InQ inventory p.182-191.  Reading List p.183-184.  Index.  #10657  .55

B105.W6S56 2003   Singing in the fire: stories of women in philosophy.  Edited by Linda Martin Alcoff.  Rowan & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., c2003.  x, 171p., photos, tables. Contains bibliographical notes at ends of chapters.  About the Contributors p.167-171.  #13508

B105.W6W653 1996   Women philosophers.  Edited by Mary Warnock.  Dent & Tattle: Everyman, 1996.  xlvii, 301p.  Chronology of the philosophers’ lives and times, p.viii-xxvii.  #7684  2.50

B113.W613 1956  Windelband, Wilhelm.  History of ancient philosophy.  Translated by Herbert Ernest Cushman.  Dover, 1956.  393p., Bibliography p.385-388.  Index.  #1643  .25

B128.C8K32 2002   Kaizuka, Shigeki, 1904-           Confucius: his life and thought.  Translated by Geoffrey Bownas.  Dover Publications, 2002; 1st published [in English] c1956 [1st published in Japanese].  192p., frontispeice, maps.  Chronologi al Table p.185-187.  Index.  #12585  1.25

B128.C8S56 1973   Smith, D. Howard.  Confucius.  Scribner’s, 1973.  240p.  Bibliography p.219-223.  Principal Events in the Life of Confucius p.226-227.  Table of Dynasties.  p.227-228.  #7367  .25

B128.M33E54 2009   Mengzi, 391-308. Mencius. Translated byIrene Bloom. Edited and with an introduction by Philip J. Ivanhoe. Columbia University Press, c2009. xxiv, 174p. (Translations from the Asian Classics). Contains bibliographical references and footnotes. Introduction Notes p.xx-xxii. Index.  #15726 2.10

B131.P7 1964   Prabhavananda, Swami, 1893-       The spiritual heritage of India.  With the assistance of Frederick Manchester.  Doubleday & Company: Anchor Books, 1964 c1963.  xxii, 449p.  Bibliography p.425-430.  Index.  #11399  5.35

B154.G813 1966   Guttmann, Julius, 1880-1950.  Philosophies of Judaism: the history of Jewish philosophy from Bible times to Franz Rozenzweig.  Introduction by R. J. Zwiwerblowsky.  Translated by David W. Silverman.  Doubleday & Company, Inc.: Anchor Books, 1966 c1964.  x, 546p.  Bibliography p.453-468.  Index.  #12330  3.00

B171.G84 1965  Guthrie, W. K. C.  In the beginning: some Greek views on the origins of life and the early state of man.  Cornwall University press, 1965 c1957.  151p..  Notes p.111-144.  Index.  #1786  .73

B171.R4213   Reale, Giovanni.  A history of ancient philosophy.  Edited and translanted from the Italian by John R. Catlan.  State University of New York Press, 1985-      v.  v.3, The systems of the Hellenistic age. [3rd Italian edition].  First published as Il concetto di filosofia prima e l’unita della metofisica di Aristotle.  #11452  5.35

B171.W353 1958  Warner, Rex.   The Greek philoso­phers.  New American Library: Mentor, 1958.  238p., Bibliographic footnotes.  Index.  #1248  .30

B173.Z52 1950   Zeller, Eduard.  Outlines of the history of Greek philosophy.  13th ed., rev. by Wilhelm Nestle and tr. by L.R. Palmer.  1955 c1950.  349p.  Bibliography p.342-345.  Index.  #7121  4.15

B188.B33 1988   Barnes, Jonathan.  Early Greek philosophy.  Penguin Books, 1988 c1987.  318p., map.  The Sources p.295-301.  Further Readings p.302-303.  Indexes.  #11108  3.60

B220.E5H39 2001   Heraclitus, of Ephesus, fl. 500 B.C.E.  Fragments: the collected wisdom of Heraclitus.  Translated by Brooks Haxton.  With a foreword by James Hillman.  Viking c2001.  xxviii, 99p.  Bibliography p.99.  Greek and English on facing pages.  #11995  4.75

B316.J33 1954  Taylor, Alfred Edward, 1869-1945.   Socrates.  Doubleday: Anchor, 1954 c1952.  189p., bibl. notes.  Index.  Bibliographical Note, 175-177.  #401  1st published in England, 1933.  .75

B316.S75 1989  Stone, I. F.   The trial of Socrates.  Doubleday: Anchor Books, 1989 c1988.  282p..  Notes p.249-267.  #445.  10.55

B316.X2B4 1965   Xenophon, 426-354 B.C.E.  Recollections of Socrates and Socrates’ defense before the jury.  Translated, with an introduction by Anna S. Benjamin.  Bobbs-Merrill: The Library of Liberal Arts, 1965.  xxv, 157p.  Bibliography p. xxiii-xxv.  #7724  2.10

B351.P52 1965   Plato dictionary.  Edited by Morris Stockhammer.  Littlefield, Adams & Co., 1965; 1st published c1957.  xv, 287p.  #11833  10.75

B358.C57 1989   Plato, ca.427-347 B.C.E.  The collected dialogues of Plato, including the letters.  Edited by Edith Hamilton and Huntington Cairns with introduction and prefatory notes.  Princeton University Press, 1987 c1961.  xxv, 1743p.  Index.  Contents: Apology, Crito, Phaedo (Tradennick); Charmides, Laches (Jowett); Lysis (Wright); Euthypho (Cooper); Menexemus, Lesser Hippias (Jowett); Ion (Cooper); Gorgias (Woodhead); Protagoras, Meno (Guthrie); Euthydemus (Rouse); Cratylus (Jowett); Phaedrus (Hackforth); Symposium (Joyce); Republic (Shorey); Theaetetus, Parmenides, Sophist (Cornford); Statesman (Skemp); Philebus (Hackforth); Timaeus (Jowett); Critias, Laws, Epipomis (Taylor); Great Hippias (Jowett); Letters (Post).  #10567  18.75

B358.R5 1956  Plato, ca.427-347 B.C.E.   Great dialogues of Plato.  Tr. by W. H. D. Rouse. Ed. by E. H. Warmington & P. G. Rouse.  New Am. Lib.: Mentor, 1956.  525p., pronouncing index #403  .50

B358.S29 1987   Plato, ca.427-347 B.C.E.  Early Socratic dialogues.  Edited with a general introduction by Trevor J. Saunders.  Penguin Books, c1987.  396p.  Bibliographies p.381-393.  Selective Index of Greek Personal Names.  Contents: Ion (Trevor J. Saunders). Laches (Jane Lane).  Lysis, Charmides (Donald Watt).  Hippias Major, Hippias Minor, Euthydemus (Robin Waterfield).  With some fragments of Aesokines of Splettus (T.J. Saunders).  #10557  6.90 B371.A5H3 1971  Plato, ca.427-347 B.C.E.  Gorgias.  Translated with an introduction by Walter Hamilton.  Penguin Books, 1971; reprint with revisions of 1960.  154p., Select Bibliography p.151.  Index.  #1722  7.65 B380.A5H35 1973  Plato, ca.427-347 B.C.E.  Phaedrus and the seventh and eighth letters.  Translated with introduction by Walter Hamilton.  Penguin Books, 1973.  160p., Selected Bibliography p.159-160.  #1743  9.58

B382.A8G8 1956  Plato, ca.427-347 B.C.E.  Protagoras and Meno.  Translated with an introduction by W.K.C. Guthrie.  Penguin, 1956.  157p.  #1765  .53

B386.A5W37 1987  Plato, ca.427-347 B.C.E.  Theaetetus.  Translated with an esxsay by Robin A. H. Waterfield.  Penguin Books, 1987.  256p.  Bibliography p.245-256.  #5139  9.60

B387.A5L43 1977  Plato, ca.427-347 B.C.E.  Timaeus and Critias.  Translated with an introeuction and an appendix on Atlantis by Desmond Lee.  Penguin Books, 1997; Translation of Timaeus, 1965 reissued with Critias, 1971.  167p.  $5140  9.60 B395.T27 1958  Taylor, Alfred Edward, 1869-1945.   Plato; the man and his work.  Meridian Books, 1958 c1952.  562p., bibl notes, addend., chron., appendix.  #402  Reprinted from 6th ed.  1.95

B401.O7 1966 Ref   Organ, Troy Wilson, 1912-1992. An index to Aristotle in English translation. Gordian Press, Inc., 1966 c1949. vi, 181p. Index terms use the Bekker numbers of the Greek text (1831-1870) employed by the Ross & Smith English edition (1908-1931). The Index does not include Aristotle’s Fragments or the Constitution of Athens.  #15879 18.00

B407.L8 1943   Aristotle, 384-322 B.C.E.  On man in the universe.  Edited with an introduction by Louise Ropes Loomis.  Published for the Classics Club by Walter J. Black, Inc. c1943.  xxxviii, 441p.  Contents: Metaphysics (McMahon); Parts of animals (Ogle); Nicomachean ethics (Welldon); Politics (Jowett); Poetics (Butcher).  #10591  free

B407.R6 1952   Aristotle,384-322 B.C.E. The works of Aristotle. Text and annotations reprinted, translated into English under the editorship of W.D. Ross,  Oxford University Press. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1952. Published with the editorial advice of the faculties of the University of Chicago. 2v. (viii, 726; vi, 699p.) (The Great Books, v.8-9). #16414-15 2.00

B407.S6 1908   Aristotle, 384-322 B.C.E.   The works of Aristotle.  Translated into English under the editorship of John Alexander Smith and William David Ross.  Oxford University Press, 1908-1952.  Volumes and paging correspond to the Oxford edition of Bekker’s Greek texk, with section numbers, notes.  Indexes.  v.1, 1955 c1928.   CategoriaeDe interpretationeAnalytica prioraAnalytica posterioraTopica and De Sophisticis elenchis.  Index.  #404  10.00

B407.S6 1984   Aristotle, 384-322 B.C.E.  The complete works of Aristotle.  The revised Oxford Translation.  Edited by Jonathan Barnes.  Princeton University press, 1984; a revision of the translation series under the editorship of J.A. Smith and W. D. Ross, 1908-1954.  2v. (xiii, 1250; vii, 1251-2487p.) (Bolligen series, 71:2-3).  Contents:  v.1, 1995.  CategoriesDe interpretationePrior analyticsPosterior analyticsTopicsSophistical refutationsPhysicsOn the heavensOn generation and corruptionMeterologyOn the UniverseOn the soulSense and sensibiliaOn memoryOn sleepOn dreamsOn divination in sleepOn length and shortness of lifeOn youth, old age, lfe and death, and respirationOn breathHistory of animalsProgression of animalsGeneration of animalsOn colorsOn things heardPhysigonomics.  v.2, 1995.  On plants.  On marvellous things heard.  Mechanics.  Problems.  On indivisible lines.  The situations and names of winds.  On Melissus, Henophanes, and Gorgias.  Metaphysiccs.  Nicomachean ethics.  Magna moralia.  Eudemian ethics.  On virtures and vices.  Politics.  Economics.  Rhetoric.  Rhetoric to Alexander.  Poetics.  Constitution of Athens.  Fragments.  #9210, 10320  32.30

B415.A5L287 1986  Aristotle, 384-322 B.C.E.  De anima (on the soul).  Translated with an introduction and notes by Hugh Lawson Tancred.  Penguin Books, 1987.  254p.  Glossary p.117-122; Bibliography p.252-254.  #5013  Gift

B430.A5T4 1976   Aristotle, 384-322 B.C.E.  The ethics of Aristotle: the Nicomachaen ethics.  Translated by J.A.K. Thomson.  Revised with notes and appendices by Hugh Tredennick.  Introduction and bibliography by Jonathan Barnes.  Penguin Books, 1976.  583p.  Bibliography p. 44-52.  Appendices A-J (notes) p.345-366.  Glossary of Greek words p.367-370.  Indexes.  #7732  11.65

B430.E77 1980   Essays on Aristotle’s ethics.  Edited by Amélie Oksenberg Rorty.  University of California Press, c1980.  viii, 438p.  Notes at ends of articles.  Contributors p.437-438.  (Major thinkers series: 2).  #12287  13.40

B430.K73 1991   Kraut, Richard, 1944-    Aristotle on the human good.  Princeton University Press, 1991 c1989.  xi, 379p.  Bibliography p.359-363.  General Index & Index of Passages.  #12289  16.05

B434.A5H6 1960   Aristotle, 384-322 B.C.E.  Metaphysics.  Translated by Richard Hope with an inalytical index of technical terms.  University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor Paperbacks, 1960 c1952.  xvii, 394p.  Indexes.  #7719  15.92

B434.A5T3 1969   Aristotle, 384-322 B.C.E.  Aristotle on his predecessors.  2nd ed.  Translated with notes and introductuction by A. E. Taylor.  With a new foreword by Herman Shapiro.  Open Court, 1969; 1st published 1906.  xix, 160p.  Selected Bibliography p.xviii-xix.  Appendices A-D p.143-159.  Index of Persons p.160.  #12265  3.80

B434.H4513 1995   Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976.  Aristotle’s metaphysics Θ  1-3: on the essence and actuality of force.  Translated by Walter Brogan and Peter Wanek.  Indiana University Press, c1995; 1st published as Aristotles Metaphysik Θ  1-3: von Wesen und Wirklichkeit der Kraft, c1981; 2nd ed., c1990.  xvi, 203p.  Glossary of German Words p.197-199.  Glossary of Greek Words p.201-203.  Includes English version of Heidegger’s German translation of the Metaphysics, Book 9.  #12276  6.35

B444.A5B4 1908 pt.1  Aristotle, 384-322 B.C.E.  The parva naturalia: De sensu et sensibili.  Translated by John Isaac Beare, 1908.  Downloaded from Website, 1997.  unp.  #5301

B444.T4613 2005   Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-2774. Commentaries on Aristotle’s On sense and what is sensed and On memory and recollection. Translated with introductions and notes by Reom White and Edward M. Macierowski. The Catholic University of America Press, c2005. x, 268p. Notes p.159-165; 235-260. Bibliography p.261-268. #15810 7.55

B469.8.C47 1964   Aristotle.  Protrepticus.  A reconstruction by Anton-Hermann Chroust.  University of Notre Dame Press, c1964.  xxi, 110p.  Bibliographical References p.xvli-xxi.  #12453  8.00

B481.A3 1978   Adler, Mortimer Jerome, 1902-2001. Aristotle for everybody: difficult thought made easy.  Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc., c1978.  xiv, 206p.  Preface p.vii-viii. Introduction p.ix-xiv. Epilogue: For those who have read or who wish to read Aristotle [sources outlined] p.191-206.  #12264r  5.40

B485.J33 1962   Jaeger, Werner.  Aristotle: fundamentals of the history of his development.  Translated with the author’s corrections and additions by Richard Robinson.  2d ed.  Oxford University Press, 1962 c1948; 1st published 1923 as Aristotles, grundlegung einer Geschichte seiner Entwicklung.   475p.  Bibliographical footnes.  Index.  #5894  6.00

B485.L43 1988   Lear, Jonathan.  Aristotle: the desire to understand.  Cambridge University Press, c1988.  xi, 328p.  Select Bibliography p.321-326.  Index.  #12270  6.60

B485.R49 1995   Robinson, Timothy A., 1947-           Aristotle in outline. Hackett Publishing Company, Inc., c1995.  vii, 125p.  Bibliographic Essay p.108-122.  Index.  #12448  3.75

B485.R6 1964   Ross, William David, Sir, 1877-        Aristotle.  5th ed.  Metheun/Barnes & Noble: University Paperbacks, 1964.  [vi], 300p., frontispiece.  Short Bibliography p.291-295.  Aristotle’s Successors and Commentaries p.296.  Index.  #7735  5.30

B485.T27 1955   Taylor, Alfred Edward, 1869-1945.  Aristotle.  rev ed.  Dover, 1955; 1st published 1919.  118p.  Index.  #5536  4.20

B491. L8A76 1987   Anton, John Peter, 1920-       Aristotle’s theory of contrariety.  University Press of America, 1987 c1957.  253p., diagrams.  Bibliography p.242-246.  (The International Library of Psychology, Philosophy and Scientific Method).  Indexes.  #12569  8.55

B505.H454   The Hellenistic philosophers.  [Translated & edited by] A.A. Long and D.N. Sedley.  Cambridge University Press, 1999 c1987.  2v. (xv, 512p.;                              ).  Indexes: Glossary p.489-492.  Sources p.492-500.  Philosophers p.501-508.  Topics p.509-512.  Contents: v.1, Translations of the principal sources, with philosophical commentary.  v.2, Greek and Latin texts with notes and bibliography.  h: 1 #11329  8.50

B505.M48 1945   Marcus Aurelius and his times: the transition from paganism to Christianity. Comprising Marcus Aurius: Meditations; Lucian: Hermotimus, Icaramenippas; Justin Martyr: Dialogue with Trypho, First Apology; Walter Pater: Marius the Epicurean (Selections).  With an introduction by Irwin Edman.  Published for the Classics Club by Walter J. Black, 1945. viii, 306p.  #10593  free

B505.S7 1970   The Stoic and Epicurean philosophers.  The complete extant writings of Epicururs, Epictetus, Lucretius, Marcus Aurelius.  Edited, and with an introduction by Whitney J. Oates.  The Modern Library, 1940.  627p.  Appendix: Subject Indexes and Glossary p.610-627.  #5581  3.15

B517.W33 1972   Wallis, R       T       Neoplatonism. Charles Scribner’s Sons c1972. xii, 212p., map. (Classical Life and Letters). Contains bibliographical footnotes. Abbreviations p.179-181. Citations of Ancient Sources p.183-184. Bibliography p.185-197. Index. #14112 6.65

B528.E7 1961   Essential works of Stoicism.  Edited and with an introduction by Moses Hadas.  Bantam Books, 1961.  206p.  Bibliography p.206.  Contents: Diogenes Laertius, Life of Zeno.  Cleanthes, Hymn to Zeus.  Seneca, On Tranquility.  Epictetus, The Manual.  Marcus Aurelius, To Himself.  #7126  .85

B560.E5H515 1994   Epictetus.  Discourses and Enchiridion.  Based on the translation of Thomas Wentworth Higginson.  With an introduction by Erwin Edman.  Published for the the Classics Club by Walter J. Bloch, 1944.  xv, 352p.  #10539  2.15

B570.E5M37 2005   Epicurus, 341-271 B.C.E.  Letters and sayings of Epicurus.  Translation, introduction, and notes by Odysseus Makridis.  Barnes & Noble Books, c2005’ 1st published 305 B.C.E.  xxviii, 100p.  Index.  Suggested Reading p.99-100.  Text based on Epicurea, edited by Hermann usener; 1st published 1887.   #13513  7.50

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B615.E5H3 1968  Seneca, Lucius Anneas, ca. 4 B.C.E.-65.  The Stoic philosophy of…  Essays and letters of Seneca.  Translated and with an introduction by Moses Hadas.  Nosrton, 1968 c1958.  261p.  #7122  4.15

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B655.C62S5 1995   Augustinus Aurelius, Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430.  Against the academicians, The teacher.  Translated with introduction and notes by Peter King.  Hackett Publishing, 1995.  183p.  Appendices p.147-171.  Textual Notes p.172-174.  Biographical Index p.174-178.  Recommended Reading p.178.  Select Bibliography p.179-183.  #7146  $13.85

B655.Z7A95 1999   The Augustinian tradition. Edited by Gareth B. Mathews. University of California Press, c1999. xx, 398p. Note at ends of articles. Includes bibliographical references. (Philosophical Traditions; 8) Select Bibliography of Recent Book on Augustine p. xv. Chronology of Augustine’s Life p. xvii. Contributors p.383-384. Index. #16255 10.55

B655.Z7B854 1999   Burt, Donald X.  Friendship and society: an introduction to Augustine’s practical philosophy.  Wm. B. Eerdman’s Publishing Company, c1999.  xii, 239p.  Bibliography p.228-236.  Index.  #10110  9.65

B659.C2E59 1962   Boethius, c.475-525.  The consolation of philosophy.  Translated with an introduction and notes by Richard Green.  Macmillan: Library of Liberal Arts, 1962.  134p.  Index.  #1937  .15

B667.H84D85 1995   Dzielska, Maria.  Hypatia of Alexandria.  Translated by F. Lyra.  Harvard University Press, 1995.  157p.  Notes p.121-157.  Index.  #5106  $12.55

B689.A4E52004   Philo of Alexandria c20 B.C.E – c50 C.E. Selected writings. Edited by Hans Levy. Dover Publications, Inc., 2004; 1st published as Philo: Selections in Three Jewish Philosophers, 1965. 112p. Contains bibliographical references. Some Remarks on the Arrangement of the Selection and Bibliographical Notes p.107-110. Note on the Editor p.110-112.  #14108 4,30

B693.E53O2 1964   Plotinus, 204/5-270.  The essential Plotinus: representative treatises from the Enneads.  Selected and newsly translated with an introduction and commentary by Elmer O’Brien.  New American Library: A Mentor Book, c1964.  ix, 10-224p.  Soures at ends of selections.  Appendices I. Related Readings [from Pre-Socratics, Plato, Aristotle] p.176-215.  II. A Plotinus Glossary p.216-218.  III. Selected Annotated Bibliography p.218-224.  #12982  3.20

B693.E532E5 1986   Plotinus, 204/5-270.  The six enneads.  Translated by Stephen MacKenna and B.S. Page.  Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., 1986 c1952.  vi, 360p. (Great Books of the Western World, 17).  #13119  7.50

B721.G48 1938   Gilson, Étienne, 1884-1978.   Reason and revelation in the middle ages.  Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1938.  114p., Bibliographical notes p.103-110.  Index.  #406  1.25

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B721.K66 1962  Knowles, David, 1896-        The evolution of medieval thought.  Random House: Vintage Books, c1962.  vi, 356p.  Suggestions for Further Reading p.341-343.  Index.  #9572  1.05 B721.L4 1958   Leff, Gordon.   Medieval thought: St. Augustine to Ockham.  Penguin Books, 1958.  316p., Select Bibl p.305. 307.  Index.  #407  .75

B721.V513 1959   Vignaux, Paul.  Philosophy in the Middle Ages: an introduction.  Translated from the French by E.C. Hall.  Meridian, 1959; 1st published 1958.  223p., Bibliography p. 215-218.  Index.  #1454  1.07

B734.R79 2003   Rubenstein, Richard E., 1938-      Aristotle’s children: how Christians, Muslims, and Jews rediscovered ancient wisdom and illuminated the dark ages. Harcourt, Inc. c2003. xiv, 368p., drawings. Notes p.299-335. Select Bibliography p.337-350. Acknowledgements p.351-352. Index.  #14192 10.65

B749.Z7T53 1968   Thomas Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274.  On the unity of the intellect against the Averroists.  (De Unitate Intellectus Contra Averroistas.)  Translated from the Latin with an intrduction by Beatrice H. Zedler.  Marquette University Press, c1968.  xi, 79p.  Books Used in Notes to the Translation p.77-79.  (Medieval Philosophical Texts in Translation; no.19).  #12463  1.05

B755.H8H58 1958   Husik, Isaac, 1876-1939. A history o mediaeval Jewish philosophy. Meridian Books & The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1958; 1st published c1916, renewed 1940. l, 466p. Contains bibliographical references. Bibliography p.433-441. Notes p.443-452. List of Biblical and Rabbinic Quotations. p.453. Index.  #15794 .25

B765.A24R3 1974   Abelard, Peter, 1079-1142.  The letters of Abelard and Heloise.  Translated with an introduction by Betty Radice.  Penguin, 1974.  309p., maps, Selected Bibliography p.296-297.  Contains Historia calamitatum and Letters of Peter the Venerable.  #5194  8.60

B765.A82E54 2008.   Anselm, Saint, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1033-1109. The major works. Edited with an introduction by Brian Davies and G.R. Evans. Oxford University Press, 2008 c1998. xxviii, 513p. (OxfInord World Classics). Contains bibliographical references. Note on the Text and Translators p.xxiv-xxv. Select Bibliography p.xxvi-xxvii. A Chronology of Anselm’s Life p.xviii. Index. Includes Monologion, Proslogion, Pro Insipiente, De Grammatico, Cur Deus Homo, De Concordia, Philosophical Fragments.  #408r  1.85

B765.A83P73 1979   Anselm, Saint, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1033-1109.  St. Anselm’s Proslgion with a reply on behalf of the fool by Gaunilo and The author’s reply to Gaunilo.  Translated with an introduction and philosophical commentary by M.J. Charlesworth.  University of Notre Dame Press, 1979, c1963.  vii, 196p.  Bibliographical footnotes.  Index.  Latin and English on facing pages.  #10986  .15

B765.D72E58 1987   Duns Scotus, John, ca.1266-1308.  Philosophical writings: a selection.  Translated, with an introduction and notes, by Allan Wolter.  With a foreword by Marilyn McCord Adams.  Hackett Publishing, 1987; reprint of the Nelson edition.  xxxiii, 198p.  Select Bibliography p. xxxi-xxxiii.  Indexes.  Latin and English on facing pages.  Contents: I. Concerning metaphysics.  II. Man’s natural knowledge of God.  III. The existence of God.  IV. The unity of God.  V. Concerning human knowledge.  VI. The spirituality and immortality of the human soul.  #7743  4.25

B765.T51 1993   Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, ca.1225-1274.  Selected philsophical writings.  Selected and translated by Timothy McDermott.  Oxford University press, c1993.  xxxv, 452p.  Select Bibliography p.xxxiv-xxxv.  Index.  #10475  4.25

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B765.T54G47 1963   Gilson, Étienne, 1884-1978.  Elements of Christian philosophy.  New American Library: Mentor-Omega, 1963 c1960.  380p.  Bibliography p.362-367.  Indexes.  #949  .25

B775.C32 1963  Renaissance philosophy of man.  Selections in translation.  Edited by Ernst Cassier, Paul Oskar Kristeller, John Herman Randall.  University of Chicago Press, 1963 c1948.  vi, 404p.  Selective Bibliography p.397-400.  Index.  Contents: Francesco Petrarca includes: On his own ignorance and that of many others (Hans Nachod).  Lorenzo Valla , Dialogue on free will (Charles Edward Trinkaus).  Marsilio Ficino , Five questions concerning the mind (Josephine L. Burroughs).  Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola, Oration on the dignity of man  (Elizabeth Livermore Forbes).  Pietro Pomponazzi, On the immortality of the soul  (William Henry Hay).  Juan Luis Vives, A fable about man  (Nancy Lenkeith).  #410  1.95

B778.C29 1993   Carroll, John, 1994-            Humanism: the wreck of western culture.  HarperCollins: Fontana Press, 1993.  xi, 240p., illus.  The Works p.233.  Index.  #9678  6.40

B778.H3 1960   Hadas, Moses, 1900-1966. Humanism: the Greek ideal and its survival. Harper & Brothers Publishrs, c1960. xviii, 132p. (World Perspectives, 24).  #15715 .30

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B785.P53D443 1986   Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni, 1463-1494.  On the dignity of man; translated by Charles Glenn Wallis.  On being and the one; translated by Paul J. W. Willer.  Heptaplus; translated by Douglas Carmichael.  With an introduction by Paul J. W. Miller.  Macmillan: The Library of Liberal Arts, c1985.  174p.  #8097  4.25

B790.E7 1959  Essays in philosophy from David Hume to Bertrand Russell.  Edited and with notes by Houston Peterson with James Bayley.  Pocket Library, 1959.  509p.  For Further Reading p.505-507.  #1455  .50

B791.B85 1975  Bronowski, Jacob & Mazlish, Bruce.  Western intellectual tradition from Leonardo to Hegel.  Harper & Row: Harper Torchbooks, 1960.  522p.  Bibliographical footnotes.  Indexes.  #1456  2.68

B791.P7 1964   Prosch, Harry, 1917-        The genesis of twentieth century philosophy: the evolution of thought from Copernicus to the present.  Thomas Y. Crowell Company, c1964.  418p.  Bibliography p.399-407.  Index.  #11682  1.05

B791.R8 1967   Royce, Josiah, 1855-1916.  The spirit of modern philosophy: an essay in the form of lectures.  W.W. Norton: the Norton Library, 1967 c1892.  xvii, 519p.  Bibliographical footnotes.  Index.  #9628  3.20

B791.S38 1996   Scruton, Roger.  Modern philosophy: an introduction and survey.  Penguin Books, 1996 c1994.  x,611p.  Study Guide p. 499-596.  Index.  #7723  3.75

B799.D54 1989   Dilworth, David A., 1934-        Philosophy in world perspective: a cooperative hermeneutic of the major theories.  Yale University Press, 1989.  232p.  Notes p.175-225.  Index.  #5525  .50

B801.N33 2008   Nadler, Steven M., 1958-       The best of all possible worlds: a story of philosophers, God, and evil. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, c2008. xvi 300p., front. Notes p.255-279. Bibliography p.281-285. Acknowledgements p.287-288. Index.  #14459 3.20

B802.B4 1961   Becker, Carl L.   The heavenly city of the eighteenth-century philosophers.  Yale University Press, 1961 c1932.  168p., bibl. notes.  #411  1.25

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B804.A1 P4   Philosophy today.  no.1-3.  Edited by Jerry H. Gill.  The Macmillan Company, c1968-1970.  3v. (x, 278; p.)  have: no.l  #13356  3.20

B804.B358 1979   Barrett, William.  The illusion of technique: a search for meaning in a technological civilization.  Doubleday: Anchor Books, 1979 c1978.  xxii, 392p.  Index.  #10459  7.15

B804.K6 1960   Koch, Adrienne.  Philosophy for a time of crisis: an interpretation with key writings by fifteen great modern thinkers.  Dutton, 1960 c1959.  382p.  Notes at ends of chapters.  Index.  #5492  1.05

B804.K63 1965   Kohl, Herbert R.  The age of complexity.  New American Library: A Mentor Book, c1965.  x, 11-287p.  Bibliography p.281-287.   #13355  2.65

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B816.N6 1973   Novack, George.  Empiricism and its evolution: a Marxist view.  Pathfinder Press, 1973 c1971; 1st published 1959.  164p.  Selected Secondary Sources in English for Reading and Reference p.160-161.  Index.  #10420  2.70

B818.R32 1990   Rachels, James, 1941-        Created from animals: the moral implications of Darwinism.  Oxford University Press, c1990.   [iii], 245p.  Bibliography p.235-241.  Index.  #11626  5.20

B819.B3 1962   Barrett, William.   Irrational man; a study in existential philosophy.  Doubleday & Company: Doubleday Anchor Books, 1962 c1958. [vi],314p. Contains bibliographical references. Index.  #412 1.45

B819.B58 1959   Blackman. H        J       Six existentialist thinkers.  Harper torchbooks, 1959 c1952.  173p.  Bibliographical Notes p.169-170.  Index.  Contents: Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Jaspers, Marcel, Heidegger, Sartre.  #5879  .50 B819.K3 1959   Existentialism from Dostoevsky to Sartre.  Edited with an introd., prefaces, and new translation.  Meridian Books, 1959 c1956.  319p., Sources and acknowledgements.  #413.  1.45

B819.M314 1960   Maritain, Jacques, 1882-1973.  Existence and the existent.  English version by Lewsis Galantiere and Gerald B. Phelan.  Doubleday & Company: Image Books, 1960 c1948; 1st published as Court traite de l’existence et de l’existant.  153p.  Bibliographical flootnotes.  #11679  4.30

B819.S272 1966   Sartre, Jean-Paul, 1905-1980.   Being and nothingness, an essay on phenomenological ontlology.  Translated, with an introduction by Hazel E. Barnes.  Washington Square, 1966 c1953.  783p..  Index #414   .90

B819.S3542 1968   Sartre, Jean-Paul, 1905-1980.  Search for a method.  Translated from the French with an introduction by Hazel F. Barnes.  Random House: Vintage, 1968 c1963; 1st published as Queste de la Methode, 1960.  181p.  #1787  .73

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B821.F72 1971   Fromm, Erich, 1900-1980.  The revolution of hope: toward a humanized technology.  xxii, 162p.  (World Perspective Series, 38).  What This Series Means p.ix-xvi. #12242r  3.45

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B821.M3422 1973   Maritain, Jacques, 1882-1973.  Integral humanism: temporal and spiritual problems of a new Christendom.  Translated by Joseph W. Evans.  University of Notre Dame Press, 1973 c1968; 1st published 1936 as Humanisme intègral.  308p.  Bibliographical footnotes.  #5912  1.00

B821.S5 1966   Socialist humanism: an international symposium.   Edited by Erich Fromm.  Doubleday: Anchor Books, 1966 c1965.  461p., bibliographical footnotes.  #1080.  .27

B823.3.B313 1976   Barth, Hans.  Truth and ideology.  Translated by Frederic Lilge.  Foreword by Reinhard Bendix.  University of California Press, 1976.  201p., bibliographical footnotes.  Index.  #1644  .25

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B828.3.L39 1988   Levin, David Michael, 1939-     The opening of vision: nihilism and the postmodern situation.  Routledge, 1988.  560p.  Bibliography p.537-550.  Index.  #5317  .15

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B832.J2 1960   James, William, 1842-1910.  Pragmatism and four essays from The Meaning of truth.  Meridian Books, 1960 c1955.  269p., bibl. notes p.257-264.  Index.  Pragmatism, 1907; Meaning of truth, 1909.  #1106  2.10

B832.P6 1966   Pragmatic philosophy: an anthology.  Edited by Amelie O. Rorty.  Doubleday: Anchor Books, 1966.  548p.  Bibliography p. 523-548.  Contents: Charles Sanders Pierce.  William James.  John Dewey.  The Early Critics.  Recent Reactions and Adaptations.  #5913  1.00

B833.N37 1994   Nathanson, Stephen, 1943-      The ideal of rationality: a defense within reason. Rev. ed. Open Court c1994; 1st published 1985. xvi, 256p. Acknowledgements p.xiv-xv. 256p. Afterword: I. Rationality Revisited p.197-201. II. An Interview with the Author p.203-213. III. Rationality: Doubts and Theories p.215-228. IV. Final Thoughts p.229-230. Notes p.231-246. Bibliography p.247-252. #13943 4.25

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B840.K6 1956   Krutch, Joseph Wood.   The modern temper: a study and a confession.  Harcourt, Brace & World: A Harvest Book, 1956; 1st published 1929.  169p.  #906    .64

B840.K68 1954   Krutch, Joseph Wood.   The measure of man: on freedom, human values, survival and the modern temper.  Grosset&Dunlap: Grosset’s Universal Library, 1954.  261p.  #907  .80

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B2794.V642E54 1978   Kant, Immaneul, 1724-1804.  Lectures on philosophical theology.  Translated by Allen W. Wood and Gertude M. Clark.  With introduction and notes by Allen W. Wood.  Cornell University Press, c1978; translation of Volesungen über die philosophiche Religionslehre, 1st published 1877.  175p.  Apprendix: A History of Natural Theology, according to Meiner’s Historia doctrinae de uno vero Deo (1780) p.165-170.  #10416  6.95

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B3213.B83I213 1958   Buber, Martin, 1878-1965.  I and thou.  1st ed. with a postcript by the author added.  Translated by Ronald Gregor Smith.  Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1958.  137p.  #1526  .25

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B3258.H324H32 1982   Habermas, critical debates.  Edited by John B. Thompson and David Held.  The MIT Press, 1983 c1982.  vii, 324p.  Select Bibliography p.318-322.  Notes on Contributors p.323-324.  #11955  exchange

B3279.H47E5 1993   Heidegger, Martin, 1887-1976.  Basic writings from Being and time (1927) to The task of living (1964).  2d rev. & exp. ed., Edited with introduction by David Farell Krell.  Harper San Francisco, 1993.  452p.  Suggestions for Further Study p.450-452.  #1597  2.87

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B3312.E5K21 1989   Nietzsche, Friedrich, 1844-1900.  On the genealogy of morals.  Translated by Walter Kaufman and R. J. Hollingdale.  Ecce homo.  Translated by Walter Kaufman.  Random House, Inc.: Vintage Books, 1989 c1967.  xii, 267p.  Contains bibliographical footnotes.  Acknowldegement p.ix.  Appendix [to Genalogly]: Seventy Aphorisms from Five Volumes p.165-198.  Appendix [to Ecce homo]: Variants from Nietzsche’s Drafts p.337-364.  Indexes.  #13125  5.99

B3313.A4 1994   Nietzsche, Friedrich, 1844-1900.  Also sprach Zarathustra: ein buch fur alle und keinen.  Mit einer Einleitung von Karl-Heinz Ebnet.  SWAN Buch-Vertreib, 1994.  382p.  Bibliography p.381-382 (Die Deutschen Klassiker, 31).  #1358  5.34

B3313.A43E5 1981   Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900.  Thus spake Zarathustra: a book for everyone and no one.  Translated with an introduction by R. J. Hollingdale.  Penguin Books, 1981 c1969.  New introduction; 1st published c1961.  343p.  Notes [on Nietzsche’s vocabulary] p.309-343.  #10488  .95

B3313.E22E5 2004   Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900.  Ecce homo: how one becomes what one is.  Translated with notes by R. J. Hollingdale.  Introduction by Michael Tanner.  Penguin Books, 2004; reprinted with introduction c1992; 1st published 1979; originally published 1908.  xxv, 111p.  Note on the Text p.xviii-xix.  Chronology p.xx-xxii.  Further Reading p.xxii.  Notes p.105-110.  #1305  12.90

B3313.F72E5 1974b   Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900.  The gay science: with a prelude in rhymes and an appendix of songs.  Translated with commentary by Walter Kaufmann.  Random House: Vintage Books, c1974.  xviii, 396p.  Bibliographical footnotes.  Index.  Based on 2nd edition of Die frôhliche wissenswchaft, 1887.  #11654  3.15

B3313.G3 1960   Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900.   Joyful wisdom.  F. Ungar, 1960.  370p.  #23.  1.75

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B3313.M73E5 2001   Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900.  Daybreak: thoughts on the prejudices of morality.  Edited by Maude Marie Clark and Brian Leiter.  Translated by R. J. Hollingdale.  Cambridge University press, 2001 c1997; 1st published as Morgenrothe, 1886.  xliii, 247p., Chronology p.xxxv-xxvii.  Further Reading po. xxxviii-xli.  Index.  #11826  7.80

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B3376.W563 P6 1965   Wittgenstein, Ludwig, 1889-1951.  Preliminary studies for the ‘Philosophical investigations,’ generally  known as The blue and brown books.  2d ed.  Harper Collophon Books, 1963 c1960.  192p..  Index.  #1095 Exchange.

B3376.W563U313 1972   Wittgenstein, Ludwig, 1889-1951.  Uber gewissheit/On certainty.  Edited by G. E. M. Anscombe and G. H. von Wright.  Translated by Dennis Paul and G. E. M. Anscombe.  Harper Torchbooks, 1972 c1969.  81, 81e p.  #1382  6.74

B3376.W564E36 2002   Edmonds, David and Eidinow, John.  Wittgenstein’s poker: the story of a ten-minute argument between two great philophers.  HarperCollinsPublishers: Ecco, 2002 c2001.  xii, 340p.  Chronology p.295-305.  Appendix: Times Literary Supplement Letters p.306-312.  Acknowledgements p.313-316.  Sources p.317-327.  Index.  #12858  .50

B3376.W564J36 1973   Janik, Allan S. & Toulmin, Stephen E.  Wittgenstein’s Vienna.  Simon & Schuster: Touchstone, 1973.  314p., front, photos, Selected Bibliography p.289-301.  Index.  #1362  5.34

B3376.W564P36 1975   Pears, David Francis.  Wittgenstein.  Fontana/Collins, 1975 c1971.  188p.  Short Bibliography p.187-188.  (Modern masters).  #10116  .50

B3581.P73 E43 1961   Vico, Giambattista, 1668-1740.   The new science of… tr. from the 3d ed (1744); abridged & rev. with a new introd.  Doubleday: Anchor Books, 1961.  384p.  #29  .70

B3581.P73G414 2007   Vico, Giambattista, 1668-1744. Keys to the new science: translations, commentaries and essays. Edited by Thora Ilin Bayer and Donald Phillip Verene. Cornell University Press, c2009. xiv, 209p., front. port., facsimilies. Illustrations p.vii. Acknowledgements p.ix-x. Abbreviations p.xi. Contents: Synopsis of Universal Law p.17-38. On the One Principle and One End of Universal Law p.39-42. On the Constancy of the Jurisprudent p.45-59. “On Homer and His Two Poems” p.61-71. Vico’s Address to His Readers from a Last Manuscript on Jurisproudence p.73-81. Vici Vindiciae p.85-105. Vindicatio of Vico p.107-135. Ignota Ladebat p.143-166. Tree of the Poetic Sciences and Use of the Muses p.167-178. Reprehension of the Metaphysics of Rene Descartes, Bnedict Spinoza, and John Locke p.179-198. Vico’s Writings in English Translation p.199-204. Index.  #15080 1.70

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B3958.E53   Spinoza, Benedictus de, 1632-1677.  Works of  Spinoza.  Translated from the Latin with an introduction by R. H. M. Elewes.  Dover Publications, 1951-1955; first published 1883.  .  2v.  ([x], v-xxxiv, 387; xxii, 420 p.).  Bibliographical footnotes.   v.1, Theologico-political treatise and A political treatise.  Biblio­graph­i­cal notes [at (front].  v.2, On the improvement of the understanding.  The ethics.  Correspondence.  #5029, 13630  16.05

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B4201.C43 2007   Chamberlain, Lesley. Motherland: a philosophical history of Russia. Overlook/Rookery, c2007. xxviii, 331p. A comparative Chronologh of Russian and Western Philosophers p.285-287. Notes p.288-312. Suggested Reading p.313-316. Index. #14330 7.50

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B4373.E6       Kierkegaard, Søren Aabye, 1813-1855.  Either/or: a fragment of life.  Edited and translated with introduction and notes by Howard V. Hong and Edna H. Hong.  Princeton University Press, 1987.   pt.  (xix, 702,         )  Notes p.603-607.  Bibliographical note p.671.  Index.  pt.1  #5381  10.57

B4373.F28E5 1954   Kierkegaard, Søren Aabye, 1813-1855.  Fear and trembling and The Sickness unto death.   Tr. with introd. & notes by Walter Lowrie.  Doubleday: Anchor Books, 1954; tr. first published 1941.  278p.  #931  1st pub. 1843, 1849.  .25

B4373.S832E5 1988   Kierkegaard, Søren Aabye, 1813-1855. Stages on life’s way: studies by various persons. Edited and translated with introduction and notes by Howard V. Hong and Edna H. Hong. Princeton University Press, c1988. xviii, 782p. (Kierkegaard’s Writings; 11) Historical Introduction p.vii-xviii. Contents: Lectori Benevolo! In Vino Veritas. Some Reflections on Marriage. Guilty/Not Guilty. Selected Entries from Kierkegaard’s Journals p.561-666. Acknowledgements p.667. Collection of Danish Editions p.669-674. Notes p.675-749. Bibliograhical Note p.751. Index. Advisory Board p.782. #16158 4.30 

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B4377.C29 1998   The Cambridge companion to Kierkegard. Edited by Alastair Hannay and Gordon D. Marino. Cambridge University Press, c1998. xvi, 428p. Contains bibliographical references at ends of articles. Contributors p.ix-xi. Abbreviations p.xiii. Bibliography p.411-419. Index.  #15763 13.50

B4377.G37 1988   Gardner, Patrick L., 1922-        Kierkegaard.  Oxford University Press, 1988.  [vi], 120p.  Abbreviations [of works] p.vi.  Notes on Suources p.186.  Further Reading p.117-118.  Index.  #9361  4.30

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B4568.O73C63 1963   Ortega y Gasset, José, 1883-1955.  Concord and liberty.  Translated froam the Spanish by Helene Weyl.  W. W. Norton & Company, Inc.: The Norton Library, 1963 c1946; essays 1st published 1933-1942.  182p.  Contents: Concore and Liberty.  Notes on Thinking.  Prologue to a History of Philosophy.  A Chapter from the History of Ideas.  #13203  5.35

B4568.O73I5813 1987   Ortega y Gasset, José, 1883-1955.  Psychological investigations.  Translated by Jorge Garcia-Gomez.  W.W. Norton & Company, c1987.  254p., diagrams.  Appendices p.201-244.  Notes p.245-254.  #11740  9.50

B4568.O73O73 1967   Ortega Y Gasset, José, 1883-1955.  Origin of philosophy.  Authorized translation from the Spanish by Toby Talbot.  Norton, 1967.  125p.  Bibliographic footnotes.  #1588  6.81

B4568.O73S6213 1986   Ortega y Gasset, José, 1883-1955.  Historical reason.  Translated by Philip W. Silver.  W.W. Norton & Company, 1986 c1984; 1st published as Sobre la razon historica; edited by Paulino Garagori.  223p.  Based on lectures given in Buenos Aires, 1940 and Lisbon, 1944.  #9464  6.40

B4568.O73T4 1961   Ortega y Gasset, Jose, 1883-1995.  The modern theme.  Translated from the Spanish by James Clough.  Introduction by José Ferrater Mora.  Harper & Row: Haper Torchbooks/The Academic Library, c1961; 1st publihsed in English, 1931.  vii, 152p.  #10545  4.90

B4568.O73U53 1969   Ortega y Gasset, José, 1883-1955.  Some lessons in metaphysics.  Translated by Mildred Adams.  W. W. Norton & Co., 1969; 1st published 1966 as Unas hecciones de metafisica.  158p.  #9098  1.65

B4568.O74R18 1971   Raley, Harold C.  José Ortega y Gasset: philosopher of European unity.  Prefaces by Julián Marias and J. W. Schwitzer.  The University of Alabama Press, c1971.  xiv, 247p.  Ortegan Terminology p.214-218.  Bibliography p.219-244.  Index.  #13448  8.50

B4568.U53D48 1954   Unamuno, Miguel de, 1864-1936.  Tragic sense of life.  Translator, J. E. Crawford Flitch.  [Introductory essay by S. De Madariega.]  Dover Publications, 1954; reprint of English translation, 1921; 1st published as Del Sentimento Tragico de lalivida, 1912.  xxxv, 332p.  Bibliographical footnotes.  #10093  2.05

B5134.K75I46 2003   Krishamurti, J(iddu), 1895-1986. The impossible question. Orion Books Ltd: Phoenix, 2003; 1st published 1972. 201p. #16492 2.15

B8414.G37 1974   Gardner, Howard.   Quest for mind: Piaget, Levi-Strauss, and the structuralist movement.  Random: Vintage, 1974 c1972.  276, vii p.  Bibliography p.257-276.  Index.  #933  .25