The great philosophers guide - free with the print edition
Monday 28 January 2008
The Independent has created a 14-day series on ‘The Great Philosophers’, covering the lives and work of some of history’s greatest thinkers.
The series starts on Saturday 2 February and continues every day until Friday 15 February.
Saturday 2 February
Introduction to Philosophy and ‘The Great Philosophers’
Glossary of Key Terms
Sunday 3 February
2. Ancient and Medieval:
Saint Thomas Aquinas
Monday 4 February
Tuesday 5 February
4. 17th Century:
Wednesday 6 February
5. 17th Century:
Thursday 7 February
6. 18th Century:
Friday 8 February
7. 18th Century:
Saturday 9 February
8. 18th Century:
Sunday 10 February
9. 19th Century:
John Stuart Mill
Monday 11 February
10. 19th Century:
Charles Sanders Peirce
Tuesday 12 February
11. 19th Century:
Wednesday 13 February
12. 20th Century:
Thursday 14 February
13. 20th Century:
Sir Karl Popper
Friday 15 February
14: The Other Greats:
Only in The Independent and The Independent on Sunday
Content for this series is extracted from The Great Philosophers by Jeremy Stangroom and James Garvey published by Arcturus Publishing Ltd.
If you have missed part of 'The Great Philosophers' series please visit www.read4charity.co.uk/philosophy
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