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History of Philosophy Book Club Message Board › early modern texts

early modern texts

A former member
Post #: 2
I know, this is getting ahead of ourselves since we're starting out with the Greeks, but this site is excellent for a "SparkNotes" type of reading of modern philosophical texts.


Something to bookmark for the coming months when we get to this period.

Bennett is a Brit who's emeritus professor from Syracuse University. His specialization has been early modern philosophy, and Kant.
user 6899431
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Silver Spring, MD
Post #: 56
Thanks Tim. The print is much more readable than many other sites. I'll add it to a bibliography of philosophy resources I'm preparing.
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