The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy


The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy

"The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy" is a dictionary of philosophical terms published by Cambridge University Press and edited by Robert Audi. The dictionary, having been in publication since 1995, is now in its second edition. The first entry is "Abailard, Pierre;" the last is "Zweckrationalität". There are 28 members on the Board of Editorial Advisors and 440 contributors.

References

*Audi, Robert, ed. "The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy". 2nd. ed., Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1999. ISBN 978-0521631365 (hardcover) and ISBN 978-0521637220 (paperback).


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