Nietzsche 1. Any student who is not already studying Kant for some other paper, therefore, is recommended to read at least one introductory book about Kant. Although knowledge of German is helpful enabling one to read the central texts in the original, and to draw on an extended range of secondary literature , it is not by any means necessary: all the central texts are available in English, along with the recommended secondary literature. In the exam, students are asked to answer three questions, on at least two of the authors.
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Nietzsche 1. Any student who is not already studying Kant for some other paper, therefore, is recommended to read at least one introductory book about Kant. Although knowledge of German is helpful enabling one to read the central texts in the original, and to draw on an extended range of secondary literature , it is not by any means necessary: all the central texts are available in English, along with the recommended secondary literature.
In the exam, students are asked to answer three questions, on at least two of the authors. As there is quite a wide range of questions asked, it is sufficient for examination purposes to prepare just two authors, studying their views on a range of topics, and the arguments for and against them, in some depth.
A broad knowledge of all the philosophers on the paper is important, however, for a full understanding of those you choose to study in detail. General Reading The following sections offer suggestions for reading and list some of the central topics for each philosopher. The most useful books are marked with an asterisk. This is of course not an exhaustive list, and more detailed reading will be required for particular topics.
Kant and the Critique of Pure Reason. London: Routledge. Guyer, P. The Cambridge Companion to Kant. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Scruton, R. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Oxford: Blackwell. General discussions of nineteenth-century German philosophy Bowie, A. Oxford: Polity. Copleston, F. A History of Philosophy, Vol. New York: Doubleday. Roberts, J. German Philosophy: An Introduction. London: Polity Press. Singer, C. Janaway and M. Solomon, R. The Cambridge Companion to German Idealism.
Ameriks, K. Sturma, eds. Cambridge, Mass. German Philosophy The Legacy of Idealism. Higgins, eds. Routledge History of Philosophy, Vol. Main Texts Early Philosophical Writings , trans. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, Introductions to the Wissenschaftslehre and Other Writings , trans.
Indianapolis: Hackett, The Vocation of Man , trans. Additional Texts The Science of Knowledge , ed. Heath and J. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Martin, W. Stanford: Stanford University Press. Main Texts Ideas for a Philosophy of Nature , trans. Harris and P. System of Transcendental Idealism , trans. Charlottesville: University of Virginia, Presentation of my System of Philosophy , trans.
Vater, in Philosophical Forum 32, no. Philosophical Inquiries into the Nature of Human Freedom , trans. LaSalle, Illinois: Open Court, Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, On History of Modern Philosophy , trans. Schelling and Modern European Philosophy. London: Routledge, Esposito, J. New Jersey: Associated Universities Press. Snow, D. Schelling and the End of Idealism.
Albany: State University of New York. White, A. Schelling: An Introduction to the System of Freedom. New Haven: Yale University Press. Main Texts Phenomenology of Spirit , trans.
Oxford: Clarendon Press, Encyclopaedia Logic , trans. Geraets, W. Suchting and H. Elements of the Philosophy of Right , trans. Nisbet, ed. Harris and W. Faith and Knowledge , trans. The Cambridge Companion to Hegel. London: Routledge, Inwood, M. A Hegel Dictionary. Atlantic Highlands, N. Pinkard, T. Soll, I. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Taylor, C. Hegel and Modern Society. Translated by E.
New York: Dover, La salle, Ill. On the Freedom of the Will. Translated by Konstantin Kolenda. Oxford: Blackwell, On the Basis of Morality. Providence: Berghahn Books, Indianapolis, Ind. Secondary Reading Atwell, John E. Schopenhauer: The Human Character.
Philadelphia: Temple University Press. Atwell, John E. Berkeley: University of California Press. Gardiner, Patrick.
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