This collection reissues 17 titles that provide an excellent overview of 18th century philosophy – as well as the debates that surround the topic. Featuring works on Berkeley, Hume, Kant and Rousseau, among others, the collection examines a host of philosophical arguments by the leading thinkers of the time. It is an essential reference collection.
Table of Contents
1. Berkeley on Abstraction and Abstract Ideas Edited by Willis Doney 2. Berkeley: The Philosophy of Immaterialism I.C. Tipton 3. Berkeley's Doctrine of Notions Daniel E. Flage 4. David Hume: His Theory of Knowledge and Morality D.G.C. MacNabb 5. David Hume's Theory of Mind Daniel E. Flage 6. Hume's Skepticism in the Treatise of Human Nature Robert J. Fogelin 7. Hume's Theory of the Understanding Ralph W. Church 8. An Introduction to Kant's Philosophy Norman Clark 9. Kant on Absolute Value Patrick Æ. Hutchings 10. Language, Subjectivity, and Freedom in Rousseau's Moral Philosophy Richard Noble 11. Money, Obedience, and Affection: Essays on Berkeley's Moral and Political Thought Edited by Stephen R.L. Clark 12. George Berkeley’s Philosophical Commentaries Transcribed From the Manuscript and Edited with an Introduction by George H. Thomas 13. The Real in the Ideal: Berkeley's Relation to Kant Edited by R.C.S. Walker 14. Rousseau and the Modern State Alfred Cobban 15. Rousseau: Stoic and Romantic Kennedy F. Roche 16. Rousseau: The Child of Nature John Charpentier 17. Voltaire Richard Aldington