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"Survey the entire history of (western) philosophy through short intellectual biographies of 40 philosophers from Socrates to Peter Singer, in as broadly approachable a style as EH Gombrich’s A Little History of the World. A tall order; that Warburton (of the excellent podcast Philosophy Bites) has succeeded so well is a triumph."—Steven Poole, The Guardian

"Forty short chapters offer an informative, clear guide to forty major Western philosophers. Warburton’s casual, conversational style belies the erudition that has gone into his book."—Katie Owen, Sunday Telegraph

"This brisk primer is, for the neophyte, a good place to start immersing oneself in the history of Western thought."—Publishers Weekly

"A charming read."—Christian Century

"The book has a certain quality that comes from accepting a challenge under severe conditions, then taking it on without making a big deal of the whole thing. And the word for that quality is grace."—Scott McLemee, Inside Higher Ed

"With this sweeping and enjoyable work the author affirms that deliberating on reality and questioning how our lives are best lived is still worth the trouble."—PopMatters

"If you are looking for a book about philosophy, Nigel Warburton’s A Little History of Philosophy is the place to begin. . . . Accessible, funny and informative."—Sacramento News and Review

"A primer in human existence: philosophy has rarely seemed so lucid, so important, so worth doing and so easy to enter into. It's refreshing to see the subject presented in terms of the history of ideas rather than of timeless concepts. A wonderful introduction for anyone who's ever felt curious about almost anything."—Sarah Bakewell, author of How To Live: A Life of Montaigne in One Question and Twenty Attempts at an Answer

"A lively and eye-catching book, written in an easy style which should have splendid appeal for a young audience."—Peter Cave, author of Can a Robot be Human?: 33 Perplexing Philosophy Puzzles



"This book is a little classic."—Merryn Williams, Oxford Times (Merryn Williams Oxford Times)

"A charming read."—Christian Century (Christian Century)

"This brisk primer is, for the neophyte, a good place to start immersing oneself in the history of Western thought."—Publishers Weekly (Publishers Weekly)

"This book is a little classic, invaluable for the man or woman in the street who would like to know more about philosophy. . . . [It] suggests that philosophy is 'not harsh and crabbed, as dull fools suppose,' but a thoroughly enjoyable way to stretch your mind."—Merryn Williams, Oxford Times (Merryn Williams Oxford Times 2011-10-06)

"A primer in human existence: philosophy has rarely seemed so lucid, so important, so worth doing and so easy to enter into. It's refreshing to see the subject presented in terms of the history of ideas rather than of timeless concepts. A wonderful introduction for anyone who's ever felt curious about almost anything."—Sarah Bakewell, author of How To Live: A Life of Montaigne in One Question and Twenty Attempts at an Answer (Sarah Bakewell)

"A lively and eye-catching book, written in an easy style which should have splendid appeal for a young audience."—Peter Cave, author of Can a Robot be Human?: 33 Perplexing Philosophy Puzzles (Peter Cave)

". . . a tour of the major ideas and thinkers in the history of philosophy, nicely presented in 40 brief chapters."—The Bookseller (The Bookseller 2011-06-10)

"Warburton packs a heck of a lot in to what is something of a Goldilocks volume: neither too much nor too little, the exegesis neither too thing or too thick and lumpy, his Little History can be consumed as a nourishing treat in its own right or provide the perfect fuel to kick-start anyone’s journey into philosophy."—Julian Baggini, The Observer (Julian Baggini The Observer 2011-09-04)

"The book has a certain quality that comes from accepting a challenge under severe conditions, then taking it on without making a big deal of the whole thing. And the word for that quality is grace."—Scott McLemee, Inside Higher Ed (Scott McLemee Inside Higher Ed)

Read Nigel Warburton's post on how E.H. Gombrich inspired A Little History of Philosophy on the Yale Press Log (http://goo.gl/wUa94S)

"With this sweeping and enjoyable work the author affirms that deliberating on reality and questioning how our lives are best lived is still worth the trouble."—PopMatters (PopMatters)

"The magic of Nigel Warburton’s book is its disarming accessibility. It closely follows the template of A Little History Of The World – Ernst Gombrich’s 1935 introductory text for children, recently translated by Yale – and Warburton is the ideal shout for a writer to match Gombrich’s terse charm and easy authority. Anyone who’s enjoyed Warburton’s brilliant podcast series, Philosophy Bites, where he and fellow demystifier David Edmonds half-nelson academics into spelling out their their theories, will know he has a special gift for defusing complexity."—Chris Brown, Time Out (Chris Brown Time Out 2011-11-17)

"If you are looking for a book about philosophy, Nigel Warburton’s A Little History of Philosophy is the place to begin. . . . Accessible, funny and informative."—Sacramento News and Review (Sacramento News and Review)

"Nigel Warburton takes the reader on a journey through the history of Western philosophy, in a highly accessible way. . . . Illuminating, informative and most of all enjoyable."—Mary Lussiana, Country & Town House (Books of the Year) (Mary Lussiana Country & Town House (Books of the Year) 2012-01-01)

"This fascinating book makes a seemingly impenetrable subject accessible. . . . From the execution of Socrates to today’s animal rights movement, he examines some of the most compelling ideas put forward by some of the brilliant minds of humanity has known."—Gavin Engelbrecht, Northern Echo (Christmas Books) (Gavin Engelbrecht Northern Echo (Christmas Books) 2011-11-28)

"Survey the entire history of (western) philosophy through short intellectual biographies of 40 philosophers from Socrates to Peter Singer, in as broadly approachable a style as EH Gombrich’s A Little History of the World. A tall order; that Warburton (of the excellent podcast Philosophy Bites) has succeeded so well is a triumph."—Steven Poole, The Guardian (Steven Poole The Guardian 2011-11-12)

"This is a thought-provoking and engaging introduction to philosophy, sweeping through over 2000 years of Western philosophical ideas. . . . The core ideas are clearly described with engaging anecdotal elaborations, both visual and written, which reveal to the reader the real people behind the concepts."—Good Book Guide (Good Book Guide 2012-11-01)

"Forty short chapters offer an informative, clear guide to forty major Western philosophers. Warburton’s casual, conversational style belies the erudition that has gone into his book."—Katie Owen, Sunday Telegraph (Katie Owen Sunday Telegraph 2012-12-02)

著者について

Nigel Warburton is a freelance philosopher, bestselling author of many popular introductions to philosophy, and co-host of the much-loved Philosophy Bites podcast. He lives in Oxford, UK.

登録情報

  • 出版社 ‏ : ‎ Yale University Press; Reprint版 (2012/10/30)
  • 発売日 ‏ : ‎ 2012/10/30
  • 言語 ‏ : ‎ 英語
  • ペーパーバック ‏ : ‎ 272ページ
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0300187793
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0300187793
  • 寸法 ‏ : ‎ 13.97 x 2.03 x 21.34 cm
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