Augustine: The Arguments of The Philosophers

This famous series provides a contemporary assessment and history of the entire course of philosophical thought. Each book constitutes a detailed, critical introduction to the work of a philosopher or school of major influence and significance.

Other titles in the series: Aquinas; Austin; Ayer; Bentham; Bergson; Berkeley; Descartes; Butler; Dewey; Frege; Hegel; Hobbes; Hume; Husserl; James; Kant; Kierkegaard; Locke; Malebranche; Karl Marx; Meinong; Merleau-Ponty; Mill; Moore; Nietzsche; Peirce; Plato; Plotinus; Popper; The Presocratic Philosophers; Reid; Rousseau; Russell; Santayana; Sartre; The Sceptics; Schopenhauer; Socrates; Spinoza; Wittgenstein;

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Augustine: The Arguments of The Philosophers. Edition 1989. Edited by , Christopher Kirwan. Routledge,06-may-1999. Routledge Philosophy Online. Taylor & Francis.22 September 2017 <>