I've been looking for a good dictionary of Philosophy, not because I am a philosophy student (Though I am taking theory of knowledge in college right now), but I've have moderate exposure to the field, I've studied the Plato, Aristotles, Sextus Empiricus as well as Descartes, Hume, Lock, and Leibniz (But in more layman terms than the actual text). I just finished Kant's Critique of Pure Reason and Quine's Two Dogma's of Empricism... Oh and Kripke's A priori, necessity and contigency... Now I didn't get the last too very well, specially Quine's, So after all this text... Would you recommend this dictionary or Cambridge's? I just want to get the best bang for me buck! Thanks mate! (Or I could check if they have them in Borders... Might not though)
BRR! I just checked... They do not!