History of Modern Philosophy
by Alfred William Benn
Publisher: Watts & Co. 1912
Number of pages: 154
The author was an agnostic and an honorary associate of the Rationalist Press Association. From the table of contents: The Philosophical Renaissance; The Metaphysicians; The Theorists of Knowledge; The German Idealists; The Humanists of the Nineteenth Century.
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