By Christopher Belshaw,Gary Kemp

ISBN-10: 1405152613

ISBN-13: 9781405152617

ISBN-10: 1405152621

ISBN-13: 9781405152624

that includes essays from best philosophical students, 12 glossy Philosophers explores the works, origins, and affects of twelve of an important overdue twentieth Century philosophers operating within the analytic culture.

  • Draws on essays from famous students, together with Thomas Baldwin, Catherine Wilson, Adrian Moore and Lori Gruen
  • Locates the authors and their oeuvre in the context of the self-discipline as a whole
  • Considers how modern philosophy either attracts from, and contributes to, the wider highbrow and cultural milieu

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