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TOC:
  • PART 1 Introductory Concept Chapter 1 Articulation and Acoustics
  • Chapter 2 Phonology and Phonetic Transcription
  • PART 2 English Phonetics Chapter 3 The Consonants of English
  • Chapter 4 English Vowels
  • Chapter 5 English Words and Sentences
  • PART 3 General Phonetics Chapter 6 Airstream Mechanisms and Phonation Types
  • Chapter 7 Consonantal Gestures
  • Chapter 8 Acoustic Phonetics
  • Chapter 9 Vowels and Vowel-Like Articulations
  • Chapter 10 Syllables and Suprasegmental Features
  • Chapter 11 Linguistic Phonetics
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Here at last is the only up-to-date history of American philosophy, an American counterpart to Bertrand Russell's History of Western Philosophy . In this fascinating volume, the eminent historian Bruce Kuklick tells the story of the growth of philosophical thinking in the United States, in the context of intellectual and social change. He sketches the genesis of these intellectual practices in New England Calvinism and the writing of Jonathan Edwards. He discusses theology in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and the origins of collegiate philosophy in the early part of the nineteenth century. We see the development of secular preconceptions and the emergence, after Darwin's writings of the mid-late nineteenth century, of forms of thought hostile to religion. All of the great American thinkers are portrayed and their contributions to philosophy assessed--from Charles Peirce to William James, John Dewey to C. I. Lewis, and Wilfrid Sellars to W. V. Quine. The work brings us right up to date with the first historical treatment of the period after pragmatism, and the fragmentation of philosophy in the second half of the twentieth century. The author steers a controversial course between the divergent views that historians and philosophers take of the significance of philosophy in recent years.