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Knuuttila, Simo; Niiniluoto, Ilkka; eds. Methods of Philosophy and the History of Philosophy. Jacquette, Dale, ed. Philosophical Studies Series; Kelley, Donald R. Kusch, Martin. London; New York: Routledge, Four Appendices to Psychologism Hanna, Robert. Review: Martin Kusch, Psychologism by R. See also psychologism Studies in a Dying Culture.
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Analytic Philosophy and History of Philosophy. Introduction, Tom Sorell 1. Is the History of Philosophy Good for Philosophy? What's Philosophical About the History of Philosphy? Locke, Therapy, and Analysis, G.
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Frede, Michael. Garrett, Don. Graham, Gordon. ABSTRACT: This article considers the arguments of Collingwood and others that philosophical inquiry must have a historical dimension and concludes that none of them is satisfactory. It is claimed further, that there is a plain sense in which philosophical issues are atemporal such that history of philosophy strictly understood is impossible.
Kail, P. Kristeller, Paul Oskar.
Kuntz, Paul G. Must we choose to be either historians or philosophers, and must a work be history or philosophy, but not both? I believe that the dilemma can be escaped and that a work may be the better for being both, but keeping scrupulously clear when we are doing one and when the other. We can conceive of two tasks, "the first is mainly historical, while the second is mainly philosophical.
The second approach is a philosophic approach. We are discovering, without regard to dates and influences, the great types of possible philosophies. Our study here is how the system itself is articulated, and we seek to understand how "we shall ourselves acquire knowledge of important philosophical truths. Mandelbaum, Maurice. Attention is given to various implications of the notion of primary beliefs.
ABSTRACT: Histories of philosophy represent a relatively new form of historical study, and some observations are made concerning the changes in style that they have undergone. The question of the extent to which historians falsify the doctrines of individual philosophers by viewing them in terms of their predecessors and successors is then raised. In the second section of the paper, monistic views of social and cultural life are rejected, and a pluralistic approach is developed.
This approach, it is contended, allows for emphasis on both originality and continuity in philosophic thought, and shows how philosophy is related to its social and cultural milieu without losing its identity. Martinich, A. Nagel, Ernest.
Osler, Margaret J. Some historians of philosophy emphasize the context and development of ideas, concentrating on the intellectual, social, and personal factors that affect the way philosophers have thought about their subject. Some contextualists limit their accounts to intellectual factors.
Others take account of broad social and cultural factors as well. Analytic philosophers take a critical approach, considering the logic and merit of the arguments of past philosophers almost as though they are engaging in contemporary debates. Others use the ideas of historical figures to support their own philosophical agendas.
I examine the merits and difficulties of developing a truly contextualized approach to the history of philosophy by using the writings of the French philosopher, Pierre Gassendi , as an example.
Powers, Lawrence H. Rosenthal, David M. Sluga, Hans. Wittgenstein and Analytic Philosophy," Inquiry , vol. Cheng has reported the Freudian themes of individualism. Further, individualistic movements have focused on the expansion of equal opportunities for women within the existing system referred as liberal feminism with economic, social and political systems Rockler, The policy of gender equality has been adopted by major states, as an official state policy emphasised on individual success Barrett et al.
However, there is large confusion of understanding: 1 the concepts of feminism, femininity and beauty, and 2 interpretations of gendered and national identities. According to Judith Butler b.