Gordon Clark Book Reviews

GHC Review 6: A Christian Philosophy of Education

A Christian Philosophy of Education, by Gordon H. Clark, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1946, 217 pp. With A Christian Philosophy of Education we now move from that period in which Clark wrote on ancient Greek Philosophy into that in which he began to publish constructive contributions to Christian thought. That he started to present his Christian …

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GHC Review 5: A History of Philosophy

A History of Philosophy, Seymour G. Martin, Gordon H. Clark, Francis P. Clarke, and Chester T. Ruddick. New York: F.S. Crofts and Company. 1941, 546 pp. The untimely death of Dr. Seymour G. Martin left his A History of Philosophy in a partially finished form. Three members of the philosophy department at the University of …

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GHC Review 4: Selections from Hellenistic Philosophy

Selections From Hellenistic Philosophy, Gordon H. Clark, ed. New York: Appleton Century Crofts, 1940, 267 pp. Clark’s Selections From Hellenistic Philosophy is in a sense a second to Nahm’s similarly-titled Selections from Early Greek Philosophy. It continues to a later period with selections from various ancient philosophers in chapters on Epicureanism, The Stoics, Plutarch, Philo …

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GHC Review 3: Selections From Early Greek Philosophy

Selections From Early Greek Philosophy, Milton C. Nahm, ed. New York: Appleton Century Crofts, 1934, 302 pp. To this volume edited by Milton C. Nahm, Gordon Clark contributed the translations of the Democritean material, pages 154 to 207. Clark’s work is acknowledged both in the preface of the volume and in a footnote at the …

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