The Mentor Philosophers was a series of six books each covering a period of philosophical thought, published by the New American Library. Each book was edited by an esteemed contemporary philosophy academic and contained analysis of a group of philosophers from a chosen period.
The series was very influential during the 1950s and 1960s and went a number of editions in paperback. Literary historian Gilbert Highet called it a "very important and interesting series".
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