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Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Philosophers features critical biographies of individuals who have contributed to the history of intellectual thought.

Growing each year, it currently includes over 6,500  philosophers, politicians, mathematicians, poets, economists, and scientists from North America, Britain, Ireland, and the Middle East.

New in 2019: 1,000 German, Dutch, and French thinkers 

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PHILOSOPHERS OF THE MONTH:

100 years since the end of the First World War
This month, to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, we’re introducing a number of thinkers who had something to say about war and peace. Find out how the beliefs and experiences of Bertrand Russell, Herbert Read, Lucia Mead, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Said NursiEugene Debs and Arthur Balfour shaped their thought and actions.

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