The Edinburgh Critical History of Philosophy

Series Editor(s): Howard Caygill, David Webb

A new project to critically chart the themes and problems in philosophy through the ages and across the world

The Edinburgh Critical History of Philosophy will be a seven-volume series of reference works on the history of philosophy. It presents the history of philosophy in an innovative way, with critical essays addressing the emergence and development of the themes and problematics that characterise each period. Particular attention is given to the diffusion of themes across disciplinary, geographical and historical boundaries, and to the changing practice of philosophy.

The series pursues three objectives:

  • To reinstate: to include previously marginalised figures where they are of interest to contemporary philosophy
  • To innovate: to explore new areas and aspects of philosophy from the angel of contemporary philosophy
  • To re-evaluate: to re-read canonical figures/ideas/traditions from the perspective of contemporary philosophy

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