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The Evolution of Modern Philosophy

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Editors: Paul Guyer, Gary Hatfield

Why has philosophy evolved in the way that it has? How have its sub-disciplines developed and what impact has this development exerted on the way the subject is now practised? Each volume of The Evolution of Modern Philosophy will focus on a particular sub-discipline of philosophy and examine how it has evolved into the subject as we now understand it. The volumes will be written from the perspective of a current practitioner in contemporary philosophy, whose point of departure will be the question: how did we get from there to here? Cumulatively the series will constitute a library of modern conceptions of philosophy and will reveal how philosophy does not in fact comprise a set of timeless questions but has rather been shaped by broader intellectual and scientific developments to produce particular fields of inquiry addressing particular issues.

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There are 18 books in this series...

Evidence and Faith

Philosophy and Religion since the Seventeenth Century

Evidence and Faith

Philosophy and Religion since the Seventeenth Century

Linguistic Turns in Modern Philosophy

Volume 0, Part 0,

Linguistic Turns in Modern Philosophy

Volume 0, Part 0,

The Evolution of Logic

The Evolution of Logic

The Evolution of Modern Metaphysics

Making Sense of Things
Volume 0, Part 0,

The Evolution of Modern Metaphysics

Making Sense of Things
Volume 0, Part 0,

The Philosophy of Biology

An Episodic History

The Philosophy of Biology

An Episodic History

The Philosophy of Physics

The Philosophy of Physics