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  1. The appropriating process: A brief study of its history and philosophy, general characteristics and its application to New Mexico by Maralyn S Budke, 1964
  2. The modern mystery: Or, Table-tapping, its history, philosophy, and general attributes by J. G MacWalter, 1854
  3. Health by exercise: Showing what exercises to take, and how to take them, to remove special physical weakness : embracing the history and philosophy of ... summary of the general principles of hygiene by Geo. H Taylor, 1884
  4. Synopsis of sciences and arts: Arranged under the general heads of philosophy, history and arts : to which is prefixed a chart showing at one view the ... sciences and arts, now known in the world by Peter Birkman, 1829
  5. Reason in History : A General Introduction to the Philosophy of History by Robert S. Hartman, 1953
  6. Philosophies of Music History;: A Study of General Histories of Music, 1600-1960 (Dover Books on Music) by Warren Dwight Allen, 1962
  7. Florentine Codex: General History of the Things of New Spain. Book 6--Rhetoric and Moral Philosophy (Florentine Codex, General History of the Things of New Spain, Book 6) by Arthur J. O. Anderson, 1970-02-08
  8. Reason in History: A General Intoruction to the Philosophy of History (The Library of Liberal Arts)
  9. Philosophies of Music History A Study of General Histories of Music 1600-1960 by Warren Dwight Allen, 1962
  10. Reason In History; A General Introduction to The Philosophy of History by Georg and Friedrich Hegel; Robert S Hartman (translated with an introduction by) Wilhelm, 1954
  11. REASON IN HISTORY:A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY.Translated with introduction by Robert S.Hartman by G.W.F. Hegel, 1981
  12. Managerial decentralization: A study of the general electric philosophy (Hive management history series) by Ronald G Greenwood, 1982
  13. Reason in History: a General Introduction to the Philosophy of History by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, 1954
  14. The life and letters of John Locke,: With extracts from his journals and common-place books. With a general index (Philosophy and religious history monographs, 93) by Peter King King, 1972

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9. Jacques Maritain Center: St. Thomas Aquinas And Medieval Philosophy
Thomas Aquinas and Medieval philosophy. The Encyclopedia Press, Inc. 23 East FortyFirst Street. New York. 1919. Chapter I The Rise of Scholasticism St. Anselm (1034-1109) Scholasticism. What Scholasticism is not. What is philosophy? What is philosophy? Periods in history of philosophy. Saint Anselm Plan of the Summa. general Outlines. Subdivision; 1a Pars
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11. History Of Philosophy
history of philosophy. The safest general characterization of the European philosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato. Alfred North Whitehead, Process and Reality
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The safest general characterization of the European philosophical tradition is that it consists of a series of footnotes to Plato. Alfred North Whitehead, Process and Reality , p. 53 [Free Press, 1969]; the painting is the School of Athens Scuola di Atene ) by Raphael, with Plato, pointing up, and Aristotle, gesturing down, in the middle. BILL MURRAY "What did you study?" SCARLETT JOHANSSON "Philosophy." BILL MURRAY "Yeah, there's a good buck in that racket." SCARLETT JOHANSSON "Well, so far it's pro bono." Lost in Translation , 2003, Focus Featues
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14. Sketches In The History Of Western Philosophy
Sometimes Alexander the Great's brilliance as a general is questioned. Such criticism is usually focused on Sketches in the history of Western philosophy. from the Hellenistic Age to
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The Hellenistic Age suffers from some of the same disabilities as Late Antiquity, i.e. it doesn't measure up to the brilliance of the Golden Age of Greece and of late Republican and early Imperial Rome. However, the Hellenistic world, although mostly not bothering with characteristic Greek experiments like democracy, is where Greece actually became a cosmopolitan culture, a sort of pre-adaptation for the Roman world. Just saying that the Bible begins with the book of Genesis , a Greek word, reflects the degree to which the older cultures of the Middle East came to express themselves in Greek. Several of the Hellenistic Kingdoms, mainly in Anatolia (Armenia, Pontus, Cappadocia, etc.), are domains of non-Greek peoples. Meanwhile, although the literature does not seem as brilliant, mathematics, science, and technology develop rapidly. Archimedes very nearly develops calculus. Eratosthenes estimates the size of the Earth with an accuracy that will not be surpassed until Modern times. Hero of Alexandria builds a kind of steam engine. This remains little more than a toy, but the same cannot be said of the immense engines, often of war, that Hellenstic technology otherwise produces. It is all inherited by the Romans, perhaps symbolicly with the killing of Archimedes at Syracuse by a Roman soldier in 212 (during the Second Punic War, 218-201). All of the tables are mainly based on E.J. Bickerman

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16. Guide To Philosophy On The Internet (Suber)
A comprehensive collection of online philosophy resources. Wellorganized, easy to navigate, regularly updated. Links to general guides to philosophy on the internet. philosophy on the Web From Tim Sherratt. history, philosophy and Sociology of Science
Guide to Philosophy on the Internet Peter Suber Philosophy Department Earlham College
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17. A Selection Storia Della Scienza - History Of Science
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18. Aristotle -- Overview [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
Aristotle begins by sketching the history of philosophy. was reached partly in the Eleatic philosophers (such as was the expression of general conceptions in
Aristotle (384-322 BCE.)
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Life Upon the death of Philip, Alexander succeeded to the kingship and prepared for his subsequent conquests. Aristotle's work being finished, he returned to Athens, which he had not visited since the death of Plato. He found the Platonic school flourishing under Xenocrates, and Platonism the dominant philosophy of Athens. He thus set up his own school at a place called the Lyceum. When teaching at the Lyceum, Aristotle had a habit of walking about as he discoursed. It was in connection with this that his followers became known in later years as the peripatetics , meaning "to walk about." For the next thirteen years he devoted his energies to his teaching and composing his philosophical treatises. He is said to have given two kinds of lectures: the more detailed discussions in the morning for an inner circle of advanced students, and the popular discourses in the evening for the general body of lovers of knowledge. At the sudden death of Alexander in 323 BCE., the pro-Macedonian government in Athens was overthrown, and a general reaction occurred against anything Macedonian. A charge of impiety was trumped up against him. To escape prosecution he fled to Chalcis in Euboea so that (Aristotle says) "The Athenians might not have another opportunity of sinning against philosophy as they had already done in the person of Socrates." In the first year of his residence at Chalcis he complained of a stomach illness and died in 322 BCE.

19. Saussure's Lectures On General Linguistics
and fast, for the detailed study of the history of a These general principles provide the basis for a productive approach to philosophy Archive @
Ferdinand de Saussure (1910)
Third Course of Lectures on General Linguistics
Source Saussure's Third Course of Lectures on General Linghuistics (1910-1911) publ. Pergamon Press, 1993. Reproduced here are the first few and last few pages of what are notes taken by a student of Saussure's lectures.
[28 October 1910]
Introductory chapter: Brief survey of the history of linguistics
The course will deal with linguistics proper , not with languages and language. This science has gone through phases with shortcomings. Three phases may be distinguished, or three successive approaches adopted by those who took a language as an object of study. Later on came a linguistics proper , aware of its object. The first of these phases is that of grammar , invented by the Greeks and carried on unchanged by the French. It never had any philosophical view of a language as such. That's more the concern of logic. All traditional grammar is normative grammar, that is, dominated by a preoccupation with laying down rules, and distinguishing between a certain allegedly 'correct' language and another, allegedly 'incorrect'; which straight away precludes any broader view of the language phenomenon as a whole. Later and only at the beginning of the 19th century, if we are talking of major movements (and leaving out the precursors, the 'philological' school at Alexandria), came

Now the beginnings of this enterprise must in general be drawn from natural history; for the whole body of Greek philosophy with its sects of all kinds, and
Francis Bacon (1607)
Source Natural History for the Building Up of Philosophy , 1609, 19th Century English edition; first 5 pages from the Preface.
Since it seems to me that people do not keep strictly to the straight and narrow when forming their opinions or putting things to the test, I have decided to use all the means at my disposal to remedy this misfortune. For in nothing else does the aspiration to deserve well show itself than it things are so arranged that people, freed both from the hobgoblins of belief and blindness of experiments, may enter into a more reliable and sound partnership with things by, as it were, a certain literate experience. For in this way the intellect is both set up in safety and in its best state, and it will besides be at the ready and then come upon harvests of useful things. Now the beginnings of this enterprise must in general be drawn from natural history; for the whole body of Greek philosophy with its sects of all kinds, and all the other philosophy we possess seem to me to be founded on too narrow a natural-historical basis, and thus to have delivered its conclusions on the authority of fewer data than was appropriate. For having snatched certain things from experience and tradition, things sometimes not carefully examined or ideas nor securely established, they leave the rest to meditation and intellectual agitation, employing Dialectic inspire greater confidence in the matter.

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