In Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy, Frederick Denison Maurice discusses the creation and development of the major philosophies from the first through the eighteenth centuries. Maurice’s systematic approach offers unparalleled insight into the philosophy of several teachers, cultures, and time periods. Philosophers ranging from Socrates and Aristotle to John Locke and Immanuel Kant, this is a valuable collection for anyone studying philosophy, history, or the great thinkers of the ages.
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- Describes major philosophical teachers and beliefs
- Follows the time-line of history chronologically
- Analyzes philosophies from the ancient through the modern times
- Title: Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy
- Author: Frederick Denison Maurice
- Publishers: Macmillan and Co. & Richard Griffin and company
- Volumes: 4
- Pages: 1805
About Frederick Denison Maurice
Frederick Denison Maurice (1805–1872) was born in Normanston, Suffolk. After obtaining a civil law degree and pursuing a career in the literary field he decided to seek Anglican ordination. In 1834, he was ordained and was appointed as chaplain of Guy’s Hospital. Maurice authored numerous popular books, including The Kingdom of Christ, Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy, The Prophets and Kings of the Old Testament, and The Lord’s Prayer, a Manual.