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Simon Critchley offers a thoughtful, probing and challenging discussion of continental philosophy. His essay goes beyond an introduction, offering a historical analysis of the division of philosophy into analytic and continental branches, an interpretation of the origin of this division in the reception of Kant's Critical philosophy, and even a possible prescription for where philosophy should go from here.
My only problem with Stephen Bowlby's reading was his mispronunciation of the names of key thinkers. Otherwise, his performance was fine.
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As a history of continental and analytic philosopher's bickering it's pretty good but that was not what I expected. I'd rather they just accepted the term, picked authors usually regarded to be in that school and went through their thinking.
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