Excerpt from Readings in Twentieth-Century Philosophy. The twentieth century, like most periods seen close-up, contains a bewildering philosophical diversity.
Excerpt from Readings in Twentieth-Century Philosophy. In a recent anthology it is termed "the age of analysis," but this title reveals an Anglo-Saxon bias, for it is only in English-speaking countries that the various forms of analytical philosophy are dominant. The continents of Europe and Latin America are partitioned by the many varieties of phenomenology and existentialism, plus neo-Thomism
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William Payne Alston (November 29, 1921 – September 13, 2009) was an American philosopher. from the University of Chicago and taught at the University of Michigan, Rutgers University, University of Illinois, and Syracuse University. Alston was born to Eunice Schoolfield and William Alston on November 29, 1921, in Shreveport, Louisiana
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