Durkheim's Philosophy Lectures

Durkheim's Philosophy Lectures
Cambridge University Press | July 19, 2004 | ISBN-10: 0521630665 | 358 pages | File type: PDF | 1.6 mb

In these lectures, Emile Durkheim, the founder of French sociology, sets out to introduce secondary school students to the field of philosophy. Moving easily back and forth between the history of philosophy and the contributions of philosophers in his own day, Durkheim takes up topics as diverse as philosophical psychology, logic, ethics, and metaphysics, and seeks to articulate a unified philosophical position. Intellectual historians, historically-minded philosophers, and French historians will all find the lectures a valuable historical document.

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