It is not unjustly held the best review on French philosophy of 19th century was given through the shrewd insight and simple language of Alexander Gunn. Modern French Philosophy is a must-hear for all students and lovers of philosophy who are interested in the development of the main currents of spiritualism and neo-critical schools as well as at the independent voices who marked the advent of a new era in European thought, defined the notions of freedom, progress, and ethics, and established a lasting relationship among science, religion and philosophy. Includes:
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Absolutely! If you're a fan of French Philosophy, you'll love this audiobook.
How ideas have evolved in French society since the inception of western philosophy.
No. The narration is robotic, full of odd pauses, mispronunciations, and outright errors. The narrator had enough trouble with the English, but clearly had no facility with French, which is a major failing given the subject of the book.
The narration ruined the narrative.
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