Series: Kopstukken Filosofie

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Adorno by Rolf Wiggershaus
Aquinas by Anthony John Patrick Kenny
Aristotle: A Very Short Introduction by Jonathan Barnes
Berkeley by J. O. Urmson
Gadamer by Kai Hammermeister
Hegel: a Very Short Introduction by Peter Singer
Heidegger: A Very Short Introduction by Michael Inwood
Hobbes by Richard Tuck
Hume: A Very Short Introduction by A. J. Ayer
James by Rein Gerritsen
Jaspers by Werner Schüßler
Kant: A Very Short Introduction by Roger Scruton
Leibniz by George MacDonald Ross
Popper by Lothar Schäfer
Russell: A Very Short Introduction by A. C. Grayling
Sartre by Martin Suhr
Socrates : A Very Short Introduction by C. C. W. Taylor
Verhoeven by Wil Derkse
Wittgenstein: A Very Short Introduction by A. C. Grayling

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