Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Translator's note

General introduction

Logos and Ratio

  1. Introduction (1-6)
  2. Ancient philosophy (7-47)
    1. Pre-Socratics (11-13)
    2. Socrates (14-17)
    3. Plato (18-25)
    4. Aristotle (26-39)
    5. Post-Aristotelian developments (40-41)
    6. Stoics (42-47)
  3. The Patristic period (48-61)
  4. The Middle Ages (62-91)
    1. The reality of universals (65-69)
    2. How knowledge rises (70-73)
    3. The relation of faith and knowledge (74-91)
      1. Augustinian trend (80-84)
      2. Other trends (85-91)
  5. The Reformation (92-100)
  6. Renaissance humanism (101-112)
  7. Post-Renaissance humanism and science (113-117)
  8. Modern rationalism (118-207)
    1. Prominent 17th century figures (120-122)
    2. G.W. Leibniz (123-129)
    3. I. Kant (130-144)
    4. Absolute idealism: J.G. Fichte, F.W.J. Schelling, G.W.F. Hegel (145-161)
    5. Some mid-19th century figures (162)
    6. B. Bolzano (163-167)
    7. Other mid-19th century figures (168-169)
    8. Of the Marburgers: H. Cohen (170-177)
    9. Of the Freiburgers: H. Rickert (178-193)
    10. F. Brentano and E. Husserl (194-206)
    11. Epistemological forecast (207)
  9. A personal word (208-226)

Translator's Postscript

Index