Enlightenment Philosophy in a Nutshell

Audiobook Details

Author:

Jane O’Grady

Narrated By:

Mabel Clements

Length:

7 hrs and 46 mins

File Type:

.zip

Release Date:

01-03-22

File Size:

210.98 MB

Audiobook Summary

From Descartes’ famous line “I think, therefore I am” to Kant’s fascinating discussions of morality, the thinkers of the Enlightenment have helped to shape the modern world. Addressing such important subjects as the foundations of knowledge and the role of ethics, the theories of these philosophers continue to have great relevance to our lives.

Ranging across Enlightenment thinking from Berkeley to Rousseau, Enlightenment Philosophy in a Nutshell explains important ideas such as Locke’s ideas of primary and secondary qualities, Kant’s moral rationalism, and Hume’s inductive reasoning. 

Filled with simple summaries of complex theories, this essential introduction brings the great ideas of the past to everyone. 

ABOUT THE SERIES: The Knowledge in a Nutshell series by Arcturus Publishing provides engaging introductions to many fields of knowledge, including philosophy, psychology, and physics, and the ways in which humankind has sought to make sense of our world.

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