Aiming to fully present the terminology and concepts of philosophy, psychology and science, this two-volume book is a composite of dictionary and encyclopedia, made up of vocabularies, definitions of terms, essays and articles. The author engaged such scholars as: Bernard Bosanquet; John Dewey; William James; C.S. Pierce; and Henry Sidgwick. The "Dictionary" has a wide scope, including entries on topics as diverse as anthropology, money, anaesthesia, peace, night-blindness, nihilism, and paranoia. It also gives a detailed treatment of topics, including extended treatment of ethics, logic, aesthetics, philosophy of religion, mental pathology, anthropology, biology, neurology, physiology, economics, political and social philosophy, philology, physical science (and mathematics), and education. French, German and Italian equivalents are often suggested for entries to help towards universal terminology. Cross-references and an index of Greek, Latin, German, French and Italian terms are also included.
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Book Description Peter Smith Pub Inc, 1960. Book Condition: Fair. 3rd Edition. Former Library book. Binding is slightly damaged and/or book has some loose pages. No missing pages. Bookseller Inventory # GRP62865248
Book Description Peter Smith Pub Inc. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 0844610488 Volume III, Part II. 1960 Publish date. Very light shelf wear. Interior pages are crisp and clean. Bookseller Inventory # CORV-BBC-0K01438