From Plato to Nietzsche: An Introduction to the Great Thoughts and Ideas of the Western Mind

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Good - Minimal wear to cover. Spine crease, but firm binding. Limited marginal notes and underlining (8% of book)
Paperback, 192 pages
Fawcett Publications/A Premier Book, 1967

This book is a clear, comprehensive guide to the philosophic and religious concepts of the world's outstanding philosophers. Here are the great thoughts and ideas of the Western mind, selected and explained with magnificent precision by an eminent scholar. It is an illuminating portrait of man's intellectual and moral struggle to understand the world and the meaning of human life and destiny.

About the Author

Edgar Leonard Allen is the author of Kierkegaard: His Life and Thought, Existentialism from Within and Guides to the Thought of Bart, Berdyaev, Brunner, Heir, Jaspers, Maritain and Neibuhr.