A philosophical movement is either the appearance or increased popularity of a specific school of philosophy, or a fairly broad but identifiable sea-change in philosophical thought on a particular subject. Major philosophical movements are often characterized with reference to the nation, language, or historical era in which they arose. (Wiki ends)
Some popular modern philosophical movements are,
- Turning Point Philosophy
- Elimination of Metaphysics through Logical Analysis of Language
- Criterion of Verifiability
- Matter, Dialectics
- Historical Materialism
- Theory of Knowledge
- Husserl’s Phenomenological Method
- Man in the World, Man and Fellow Man
- Man and God
- Death (with special reference to Kierkegaard, Heidegger, Sartre)
- Private Ordinary Language
- Action, H. B., The Illusion of the Epoch. 2nd edition. Cohen & west, 1962.
- Ayer, A. J., Language, Truth and Logic, 2nd ed. London: Victor Gollancz, 1962.
- Ayer, A. J. (ed.), Logical Positivism. New York: The Free Press, 1959.
- Barrett, W., Irrational Man. New York: Double Day /co. 1968.
- Blackham, H. J., Six Existentialist Thinkers. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1961.
- Caton, C. E., Philosophy and Ordinary Language. Urbana University of Illinois Press, 1963.
- Grossmann, Reinhardt, Phenomenology and Existentialism, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1984.
- Kolakowski, L., Main Currents of Marxism. 3 Volumes, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1978.
- Lichtheim, G., Marxism; An Historical and Critical Study. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1961.
- Nadeem, Javed I., Lahore: Victory Book Bank, 1989.
- Passmore, J., A Hundred Years of Philosophy. Penguin Books, 1966.
- Qadir, C. A., Logical Positivism. Lahore: Pakistan Philosophical Congress, 1965.