A History of Irish Thought

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Psychology Press, 2002 - 362 páginas

The first complete introduction to the subject ever published, A History of Irish Thought presents an inclusive survey of Irish thought and the history of Irish ideas against the backdrop of current political and social change in Ireland.
Clearly written and engaging, the survey introduces an array of philosophers, polemicists, ideologists, satirists, scientists, poets and political and social reformers, from the anonymous seventh-century monk, the Irish Augustine, and John Scottus Eriugena, to the twentieth century and W.B. Yeats and Iris Murdoch.
Thomas Duddy rediscovers the liveliest and most contested issues in the Irish past, and brings the history of Irish thought up to date. This volume will be of great value to anyone interested in Irish culture and its intellectual history.

 

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Interpreting Marvels The Irish Augustine
xvii
Enter the Irish Augustine
1
II
3
III
6
IV
9
The Irish Augustine and the African Doctor
13
V
15
VI
18
XXXV
157
XXXVI
160
XXXVII
168
XXXVIII
171
XXXIX
175
XL
181
XLI
184
XLII
188

VII
21
VIII
25
IX
28
The return to God
35
Eriugena and the cult of the Free Spirit
37
X
39
XI
42
XIII
45
XIV
50
XV
60
XVI
64
XVII
68
XVIII
74
XIX
78
XX
82
XXII
86
XXIII
93
XXIV
98
XXV
106
XXVI
109
XXVII
119
XXVIII
124
XXIX
128
XXX
133
XXXI
138
XXXII
143
XXXIII
146
XXXIV
150
XLIII
191
XLIV
194
XLV
202
XLVI
208
XLVII
214
XLVIII
215
XLIX
218
LI
226
LII
232
LIII
236
John Elliot Cairnes and the turn of political economy
241
LIV
243
LV
250
LVI
251
LVII
257
LVIII
264
from William Rowan Hamilton to Oscar Wilde
267
LIX
269
LX
285
LXII
294
LXIII
301
LXIV
305
LXV
308
LXVI
311
LXVII
315
LXVIII
321
LXIX
348
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Thomas Duddy teaches in the Department of Philosophy at the National University of Ireland, Galway. He is author of Mind, Self and Interiority (1995).

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