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تاريخ فلسفه- از دكارت تا لايب نيتس (A History of Philosophy #4)

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Copleston, an Oxford Jesuit and specialist in the history of philosophy, first created his history as an introduction for Catholic ecclesiastical seminaries. However, since its first publication (the last volume appearing in the mid-1970s) the series has become the classic account for all philosophy scholars and students. The 11-volume series gives an accessible account of...more
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Published 2001 by انتشارات علمي و فرهنگي
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Another wonderful installment in Copleston's excellent series. I have a soft spot for early modern philosophy--Descartes, Spinoza, and Leibniz--so I especially enjoyed this volume. As usual, Copleston did a superb job addressing, in adequate detail, the multifaceted philosophies of the most important thinkers of the era.
In this volume Copleston introduces us to modern philosophy, which is the subject of the next three volumes. After this introduction he focuses on Descartes, Spinoza and Leibniz with brief chapters on Malebranche and Pascal. Another solid volume in this series, recommended for those who want an overview of philosophy.
Another great introductory book by Copleston!
"Philosophy teaches us to speak with an appearance of truth about all things and causes us to be admired by the less learned."

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History of Philosophy, Volume 4 (Modern Philosophy) by Frederick C. Copleston (1993)
Great overview of the Rationalist philosophers. This book was extremely helpful as a supplement to my readings of the Rationalists in a course I took on the Rationalists.
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Frederick (Freddie) Charles Copleston was raised an Anglican and educated at Marlborough College from 1920 to 1925. Shortly after his eighteenth birthday he converted to Catholicism, and his father subsequently almost disowned him. After the initial shock, however, his father saw fit to help Copleston through his education and he attended St. John’s in Oxford in 1925, only managing a disappointing...more
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