I'm intending to read Anthony's Kenny's 4 volume History of Philosopy. I notice though it stops in 1975 which is fair enough I think. You can't have the history of yesterday. However I'm curious to know what of significance would be missing.
I appreciate there are a lot of academic philosophers so a lot must have been going on in 40 plus years. But I'm interested in major philosophical movements that this may well omit. As a point of reference I should imagine that a book written 100 years ago wouldn't reference existentialism which I would consider a fair major thing - though i appreciate that the seeds of this philosophy predates that.
Is there a book (preferably) or online resource that could fill the gap in Anthony Kenny's work e.g. a critical introduction or review of contemporary and recent philosophical movements. To be useful the resource would need to be targetted at the same level i.e. that of the interested amateur.