Machine generated contents note: Introduction1. The pre-socratic philosophers: Sixth and fifth centuries B.c.E. Thales / anaximander / anaximenes / Pythagoras / xenophanes / Heraclitus / parmenides / Zeno / empedocles / anaxagoras / leucippus and democritus 2. the athenian period: Fifth and fourth centuries B.c.E. The sophists: Protagoras, gorgias, thrasymachus, callicles and critias / socrates / Plato / Aristotle 3. the hellenistic and Roman periods: Fourth century B.c.E through fourth century C.e. Epicureanism / stoicism / skepticism / neoPlatonism 4. medieval and renaissance philosophy: Fifth through fifteenth centuries saint Augustine / the encyclopediasts / John scotus eriugena / saint Anselm / muslim and jewish philosophies: Averroës, Maimonides / the problem of faith and reason / the problem of the universals / saint Thomas Aquinas / William of ockham / renaissance philosophers 5. continental rationalism and british empiricism: The seventeenth and eighteenth centuries Descartes [Book Review]

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