1001 Ideas that Changed the Way We Think Paperback – 7 Oct 2013
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An awe-inspiring overview of the development of human knowledge over the centuries.
About the Author
Robert Arp is Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at Maple Woods College and Johnson County Community College, both in the Kansas City area. Having attained a Ph.D in Philosophy from Saint Louis University, he has specialized in the philosophy of biology, the philosophy of mind, and modern philosophy.
A member of the American Philosophical Association and The Philosophy of Science Association, Robert Arp has written numerous articles, and is the editor of South Park and Philosophy (Blackwell Publishing, 2006), the co-editor of Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Biology (Blackwell Publishing, 2009), and the author of Scenario Visualization: An Evolutionary Account of Creative Problem Solving (MIT Press, 2008) and An Integrated Approach to the Philosophy of Mind (Cambridge University Press, 2010).
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Written by an international team of contributors, '1001 Ideas' is divided into six sections: Ancient World(Pre 500CE); The Middle Ages(500-1449); Early Modern(1450-1779); Late Modern(1780-1899); Early 20th Century(1900-1949) & Contemporary(1950-Present).
There are illuminating articles on each idea ranging from 'Human Control of Fire' to the 'Big Crunch Theory'.
Anyone interested in the history of human thought should be enlightened and fascinated by this beautifully illustrated and endlessly browsable 960-page book.
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