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The Norton Anthology of Western Philosophy: After Kant

Volume:2: The Analytic Tradition

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Richard Schacht (Editor, General Editor), James Conant (Editor), Jay R. Elliott (Editor)

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A WIDE-RANGING AND EXPERTLY EDITED SELECTION OF TEXTS

The Norton Anthology of Western Philosophy: After Kant offers a rich collection of primary texts and a wide array of leading figures. In selecting both complete essays and sets of carefully chosen excerpts from longer works, the editors have designed these two volumes to be the most revealing, engaging, teachable and flexible collections of nineteenth- and twentieth-century philosophical texts available.

A COMPREHENSIVE AND ACCESSIBLE HISTORY OF NINETEENTH- AND TWENTIETH-CENTURY PHILOSOPHY

Taken together, the general and figure-specific introductions in both volumes provide an exceptionally accessible and helpful guide to many of the most important figures and developments in philosophy after Kant. The Norton Anthology of Western Philosophy: After Kant provides an unequalled synthesis of superb collections of primary texts, presentations of their authors and treatments of the philosophical traditions they created.

TRUSTED EDITORIAL APPARATUS

For 50 years, Norton Anthologies have set the standard for editorial assistance that is right for student readers. The Norton Anthology of Western Philosophy: After Kant includes:
· Extensive stage-setting volume and section introductions
· Figure introductions that precede each philosopher's selections
· Helpful but unobtrusive explanatory annotations
· Timelines placing the texts in larger historical context
· Extensive bibliographies, with helpful commentary for students

AFFORDABLE AND FLEXIBLE TEACHING TEXTS--AND BOOKS TO KEEP

The Norton Anthology of Western Philosophy: After Kant offers an abundance of carefully selected readings making its two volumes the most teachable and versatile texts available for courses in the history of recent modern philosophy.