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Ron
A dense paperback of basic writings of twentieth century philosophers. From Moore through Wittgenstein, these men no longer agreed what the basic stuff of philosophic reflection was. Like rockets from an exploding fireworks stand, their works sparkle and burn across the sky—at once lighting the darkness and confusing the observer. White's introductory passages help the modern reader sort through the debris of this riot of intellectual fecundity. A trove of original writings, but incomplete from ...more
Julian Meynell
Part of my rating of this book as only three stars is because of my lack of love for 20th century philosophy. This is a collection of some of the more important writers in the school of analysis and a few others. It is perhaps too close in time to the subject matter, and it reflects a philosophical discipline that has become fully academic.

It's OK, but outdated,
Josiah Miller
Great introduction to some of the most amazing thinkers. Wonderful way to get a good idea of some philosophers that I may never get to read and it also confirms my love for some of my favorites such as Russell, Pierce, and Wittgenstein.
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Morton White (born 29 April 1917) is an American philosopher and historian of ideas. He is both a central figure in the philosophical movement of Holistic Pragmatism and a noted historian of American philosophical thought. He was a professor in the Department of Philosophy at Harvard from 1953 to 1970, and since then has been at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ where he is current ...more
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