A Dictionary of Philosophical Quotations
August 1994, Wiley-Blackwell
This Dictionary of Philosophical Quotations will not change your life. It will change your mind.
List of Contributors.
The Dictionary: A-Z.
Jane O'Grady studied Philosophy at University College, London. After teaching for some years she worked as a literary journalist, columnist and short-story writer. She has published a book of short stories and articles entitled Obsessions.
* Selections chosen by distinguished collection of philosophers.
* Covers a wide range of the western philosophical tradition.
* The last major project embarked on by A. J. Ayer.
* An index to main philosophical schools, genres and ideas.
"The spread of philosophers is huge - more than 330 jostle in the book ... I cannot think of any figure who is missing from this roll-call ... this is not really a book of quotations as we know it but something far more mighty." Literary Review
"The most surprising philosophers do come across. One gets a fair impression of Derrida, and the quotations from Adorno present a whole philosophy in brief digestible form." Times Literary Supplement