The Hutchinson Dictionary of Ideas

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Anne-Lucie Norton
Helicon, 1994 - Всего страниц: 583
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The most important concepts and beliefs, since the beginning of civilization until the present day, are explained in this dictionary of ideas which lists all the major ideas in philosophy, religion, politics, art and history which have shaped the world. The dictionary is designed to enable non-specialist readers to familiarize themselves with a wide range of concepts, both topical and esoteric.

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Animal rights and vivisection
21
Contributors Editorial Team
118
The enlightenment
174
Euthanasia
182
health disease and the humours
258
Personal happiness and the cult of the individual
266
Love
319
Madness
326
still alive and well?
400
does it inevitably corrupt?
415
Progress and the idea of perfectability
426
enemies or partners?
444
an idea and its legacy
453
the city of tomorrow?
513
The city and utopia
524
Index Contents
551

the crossroads reached?
343
Mindbody dualism and the riddle of human consciousness
353
Index of People
569
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