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Nineteenth-Century Philosophy

The original paperback series Readings in the History of Philosophy evaluates the full scope and impact of Western philosophy from Presocratics to the important thinkers of the twentieth century.

Full of sections that are appearing in English for the first time, this book includes careful chosen and extensive selections that emphasize the range and signifcane of the important philosophers of each period.

This addition to the series highlights the thoughts, theories, and works of philosophers from the nineteenth-century, including Bradley, Fichte, Marx, and Hegel.

Patrick Gardiner was a British academic philosopher. He was a Fellow of Magdalen College in Oxford and is best known for his studies of Schopenhauer and Kerkegaard.