- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Philosophy and the Historical Perspective: A New Debate on an Old Topic
- 2 What Have the Historians Ever Done for Us?
- 3 Why We Need a Real History of Philosophy
- 4 Progress and Historical Reflection in Philosophy
- 5 On Interpreting Historical Texts and Contributing to Current Philosophy
- 6 Meaning, the History of Philosophy, and Analytical Philosophy: A Parmenidean Ascent
- 7 Reason in History
- 8 The Liaison between Analytic and Ancient Philosophy and Its Consequences
- 9 The Alienation Effect in the Historiography of Philosophy
- 10 What Has History to Do with Philosophy? Insights from the Medieval Contemplative Tradition
- 11 Hegel on the Political Significance of Collective Self-Deceit
- 12 The History of Philosophy Reveals that ‘Great’ Philosophy is Disguised Moral Advocacy: A Nietzschean Case against the Socratic Canon in Philosophy
- 13 The Sociology of Philosophical Knowledge Revisited: Relativism, Scepticism, Reductionism
- 14 On Philosophical Problems: Some Remarks on an Old Battlefield
- 15 History as an Interdisciplinary Dialogue: The Case of Philosophy and Economics
- Philosophy and the Historical Perspective
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