[lit-ideas] Re: Philo texts?

  • From: Julie Krueger <juliereneb@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2013 16:54:04 -0600

You're beautiful, man.  That is, indeed, the very series I was looking for.
 Somehow it had escaped my memory that it was RC related.  Not that it
matters, but it might have helped me find it more quickly.

Thank you!  (off to Amazon)

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On Thu, Nov 28, 2013 at 4:41 PM, <cblists@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

>
> On 27-Nov-13, at 9:14 PM, Julie Krueger wrote:
>
>  The series I'm thinking of had a reputation in Colleges maybe 30 or 40
>> years ago as The History Of Philosophy Series.  The editor's name began
>> with a "C".  Big help, I know.  There was absolutely a volume dedicated to
>> the Greeks.  I think the first volume actually had some of the Pre-Sots
>> material in it.
>>
>
> Are you thinking of Copleston's multi-volume A History of Philosophy? He
> starts with the Pre-Socratics and works his way through to (at least, I
> think) Sartre.  The (paperback) edition I have (somewhere) actually broke
> most of the volumes into two parts, so I can't say off hand how many there
> are.  I seem to recall seeing later editions where several volumes were
> published in one book.
>
> Chris Bruce,
> ready to head up into the
> attic if it will be any help, in
> Kiel, Germany
> --
>
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