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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 708 pages of information about History of Modern Philosophy.

PART I.

%From Descartes to Kant.%

CHAPTER II.

DESCARTES

1.  The Principles 2.  Nature 3.  Man

CHAPTER III.

THE DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFORMATION OF CARTESIANISM IN THE NETHERLANDS AND IN FRANCE

1.  Occasionalism:  Geulincx
2.  Spinoza
  (a) Substance, Attributes, and Modes
  (b) Anthropology; Cognition and the Passions
  (c) Practical Philosophy
3.  Pascal, Malebranche, Bayle

CHAPTER IV.

LOCKE

  (a) Theory of Knowledge
  (b) Practical Philosophy

CHAPTER V.

ENGLISH PHILOSOPHY IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

1.  Natural Philosophy and Psychology 2.  Deism 3.  Moral Philosophy 4.  Theory of Knowledge
 (a) Berkeley
 (b) Hume
 (c) The Scottish School

CHAPTER VI.

THE FRENCH ILLUMINATION

1.  The Entrance of English Doctrines 2.  Theoretical and Practical Sensationalism 3.  Skepticism and Materialism 4.  Rousseau’s Conflict with the Illumination

CHAPTER VII.

LEIBNITZ

1.  Metaphysics:  the Monads, Representation, the Pre-established Harmony; the Laws of Thought and of the World 2.  The Organic World 3.  Man:  Cognition and Volition 4.  Theology and Theodicy

CHAPTER VIII.

THE GERMAN ILLUMINATION

1.  The Contemporaries of Leibnitz 2.  Christian Wolff 3.  The Illumination as Scientific and as Popular Philosophy 4.  The Faith Philosophy

PART II.

%From Kant to the Present Time.%

CHAPTER IX.

KANT

1.  Theory of Knowledge
  (a) The Pure Intuitions (Transcendental Aesthetic)
  (b) The Concepts and Principles of the Pure Understanding
  (Transcendental Analytic)
  (c) The Reason’s Ideas of the Unconditioned (Transcendental
  Dialectic)
2.  Theory of Ethics
3.  Theory of the Beautiful and of Ends in Nature
  (a) Aesthetic Judgment
  (b) Teleological Judgment
4.  From Kant to Fichte

CHAPTER X.

FICHTE

1.  The Science of Knowledge
  (a) The Problem
  (b) The Three Principles
  (c) The Theoretical Ego
  (d) The Practical Ego
2.  The Science of Ethics and of Right
3.  Fichte’s Second Period:  his View of History and his Theory
of Religion

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