Teaching New Histories of Philosophy
Sponsored by the Princeton University Center for Human Values
J. B. Schneewind, Editor
This volume contains papers, comments and discussion from the "Teaching New Histories of Philosophy" conference sponsored by the Princeton University Center for Human Values in 2003. Participants explored the extent to which courses on the history of modern philosophy continue to provide both an adequate introduction to the subject and necessary preparation for advanced work in the field. This publication was supported by Princeton's Davis Center for Historical Studies.
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Contributors include Lisa Downing, Daniel Garber, Knud Haakonssen, Ian Hunter, Susan Neiman, Ulrich Schneider, Nancy Tuana, and others. Online access to this volume is included with membership in the American Association of Philosophy Teachers.
· ISBN: 978-0976372608 · Published 2004 · 388 pages (online only) · Print copies not available ·
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