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    Samuel Enoch Stumpf
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    McGraw-Hill; 2nd edition (1977)
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    334 pages
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Philosophy : history & problems. by. Stumpf, Samuel Enoch, 1918-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

This text brings together Stumpf's and Fieser's Socrates to Sartre and Beyond with an updated anthology of readings in one hardcover volume.

Philosophy: History and Problems by Samuel Enoch Stumpf . After a five-year term as President of Cornell College, Professor Stumpf returned to Vanderbilt, where he remained until his retirement in 1984.

Book I: THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHYPART ONE: ANCIENT GREEK PHILOSOPHY1. Socrates Predecessors2. The Sophists and Socrates3.

Philosophy: History and Problems. Written by. Samuel E. Stumpf. Loaned To Maureen (25 items) list by jdnyc. Published 13 years, 4 months ago. View all Philosophy: History and Problems lists. Manufacturer: McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Release date: 1 November 1993 ISBN-10 : 0070625182 ISBN-13: 9780070625181.

Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Philosophy - History. From the heated pub debate to moving the salt and pepper across the dining table, discussions about football are part of modern-day life. Here Jonathan Wilson shows how tactics spread around the world : how the Europeans harnessed individual technique into a team structure. Gradually a marauding five up front became inverted, to the point where one up front is not uncommon. by Samuel Enoch Stumpf. There's no description for this book yet. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Philosophy: history and problems. from your list? Philosophy: history and problems. Published 1971 by McGraw-Hill in New York Philosophy, History.

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The eBook published in 2013 is not like the paper back published in 2011!!!!
This is not bad it just means that the two books combined to create this book is literally 1 book now. All that means is instead of the pages starting over in the middle of the book the pages are continuous. Thus, the reading part of the book is incorporated into the History part making the eBook less that half the size of the paper back/hardcover published in 2011.
Its just good to know before you buy :-) Wish I had known...
The Kindle version doesn't contain the second half of the book and there was no warning from the publisher stating this. After renting the book on Kindle (as a matter of convenience) I had to purchase a used paperback version. For some reason I wasn't able to cancel the rental either. Do not buy the Kindle version.
He does a good job explaining the material. The only downside, is that he pretends like his views on the topic are correct. I want history from the recorded documents, not his (Stumpf's) story.
well written, thought provoking. Wish I had this textbook when I went to college back in the 70's.
Easy, well written and clear. A good intro book for teaching Phil 101.
thanks !