Published June 1983
by Vantage Pr .
Written in English
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For all interested in global history of philosophy, this is the book to get. First, each section on a particular philosophical tradition (e.g. ancient Greece, Indian, Medieval Islamic, Chinese, Modern) is an interesting high-level history of tradition in its own by: John Shand’s review of my book Global Philosophy grotesquely misrepresents what the book is about. He says I hold that “the theoretical problems of knowledge addressed by philosophy will disappear if knowledge is the slave to practical use and aims to bring about a better life”. This book is decent at doing what few other books on philosophy of religion even attempt: overcoming the Western/theistic myopia in the field. The chapters are uneven and some more successful than others, but the author at least works to integrate some thoughts from Hindu and Buddhist traditions/5. • How the World Thinks: A Global History of Philosophy is published by Granta. To order a copy for £ (RRP £20) go to or call Free UK .
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