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Space Time and Deity Volume I 1916 1918

By: Alexander, S.

...LITT.D. HON KRLLOW OF BALL1OL AND LINCOLN COLLEGES, OXFORD HON. PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER IN TWO VOLUMES VOL. I MACMILLA... ... as one ingredient thrown into the fermentation which is now taking place in philosophy, from which I believe that some important result is about to i... ...iss Calkins in M/W, 1923 (vol. xxxii.), on "The Dual R61e of the Mind in the Philosophy of S. Alexander." PREFACE TO NEW IMPRESSION vii perience, can... ... Mr. Russell says that the importance of the general theory of relativity to philosophy is perhaps even greater than its importance to physics. I cann... ...te the justice of that com- parison, but of the importance of the theory for philosophy I am sure. Mr. Russell goes on to say, " For my part I do not ... ...ultimates which the sciences leave over. I have ventured elsewhere to define philosophy as the study of those subjects which no one but a philosopher ... ...even when science has become as in these flights hardly distinguishable from philosophy, is material for metaphysics, whose boundaries from science ar... ...h the reader will find on p. vii. Some suspicion is entertained of system in philosophy, though I can see no good reason for it. This book is at any r... ...y work is part of the widely-spread movement towards some form of realism in philosophy, which bjegan in this country with Messrs. Moore and Russell, ...

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Philosophy Volume Xx 1945 : The Journal of the British Institute of Philosophy

By: Hooper, Sydney E.

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: PHILOSOPHY, VOL. XX Author: SYDNEY E. HOOPER Language: English Subject: Fi... ...... .... F. The Essential Nature of Knowledge ..... 227 HOOPER, S. E. Whitehead's Philosophy: Propositions and Consciousness - 59 JOSEPH, H. W. B. The late. ... ... r M. Martin Bi|ber's|'I sin^TTho^^f -9 - 17 blSCUSSION RUSSELL, L. J. The Philosophy of Bertrand Russell 172 NEW BOOKS AGAR, W. E. A Contribution to ... ...itors). Mediaeval and Renaissance Studies (A. E. Taylor) 78 JOAD, C. E. M. Philosophy (Irene M. Hubbard) 279 KAPP, ERNST. Greek Foundations of Traditi... ...ns of Traditional Logic (M. Macdonald)- - 278 KNOX, T. M. (trsl.). Hegel's Philosophy ofRight (F. H. Heinemann) - - 81 LAIRD, JOHN, The Device of Gove... ...rge Collingwood, 1889-1943 (G. H. Langley) - 271 SCHILPP, P. A. (ed.). The Philosophy ofG. E. Moore (R. B. Braithwaite) - 256 SHELDON, W. H. America's... ...G. E. Moore (R. B. Braithwaite) - 256 SHELDON, W. H. America's Progressive Philosophy (John Laird) - - - 189 SHELDON, W. H. Process and Polarity (R. I... ... Process and Polarity (R. I. Aaron) 269 SINCLAIR, W. A. An Introduction to Philosophy (I. M. Hubbard) - - - 281 STAGE, W. T. The Destiny of Western Ma...

PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY ; Philosophy of mind

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Some Suggestions in Ethics

By: Bosanquet, Bernard.

...suistry as a guide to conduct ; but I hope that suggestions drawn from moral philosophy may here and there throw light upon per- plexities due to unch... ...ated, it is an error to suppose it immoral. On the contrary, all sound moral philosophy accepts it as funda- mental. When Palissy the potter burnt his... ... by pointing is just what it is not. ft. The central problem and interest of philosophy is in recognising the attributes of what is real as characters... ... music, the plastic arts, all perceptions of beauty, the work of science and philosophy, or, if he reflects on society, the ideas of statesmen, public... ...hich has been said, and rightly said, to form the characteristic province of philosophy, the philosophical student feels himself somewhat withdrawn an... ...EVIL " IT is one of the everyday jeers or impeach- ments against students of philosophy that they doubt the reality of evil. It is urged that to do th... ...on by Professor Pringle Pattison in his Gifford Lectures, The Idea of God in Philosophy, p. 412. The reference to Hegel is Encycl. sect. 212, Zusatz. ... ..., in perfection. CHAPTER VI 44 HOW IS ONE TO KNOW WHAT TO t)O ? " CAN moral philosophy help us here ? This is itself a subject of dispute ; and I fol... ... problem by ap- proaching the general attitude to begin with. The reason why philosophy cannot give particular instructions will follow 126 CH.VI WHA...

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Sidney Hook the Quest for Being: And Other Studies in Naturalism and Humanism.

By: Martins, St.

...States of America by H. Wolff, New York Contents INTRODUCTION vt1 A PARTI Philosophy and Human Conduct 3 Moral Freedom in a Determined World 26 The E... ..., I should call it experimental or pragmatic naturalism. According to this philosophy the furniture of heaven and earth, the way things are and the wa... ... Hawaii in 1959. Essays Nine and Thirteen were published in the Journal of Philosophy, in 1953 and 1934. Essays Three and Eleven were respectivelymy c... ...utions. r S.H. South Wardsboro, Vermont September i f 1960 P A R T 1 Philosophy and Human Conduct A O That philosophy counts in human affairs is... ...on's remark that it is more important for a landlady to know her boarder's philosophy than the contents of his trunks. For the reference is obviously ... ...m is more congenial to liberalism than to conservatism, and that "the only philosophy that affords a theoretical justifica- tion of democracy in its t... ... contend both that (a) ideas in science and tech- nology, and (b) ideas in philosophy are important determiners of conduct, I begin with a brief consi... ...ablish the validity of (b). It shows only that it may possibly be true. A Philosophy and Human Conduct It requires considerable intellectual sophisti... ...hilosophical ideas specifically. In his famous lines in the preface to his Philosophy of Law, he writes: The task of philosophy is to comprehend that ...

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Outlines of Metaphysics

By: Mackenzie, John S.

...omised a good many years ago to write a book for Sonnenschein's Library of Philosophy, giving a comprehensive and connected survey of philosophical fi... ...This promise may at some time be fulfilled; but the duties of a teacher of Philosophy in a provincial College are not favourable to large constructive... ...t systems that seek by various methods to deal with them. The histories of Philosophy do not wholly remove this PREFACE ix difficulty; and even the I... ...t wholly remove this PREFACE ix difficulty; and even the Introductions to Philosophy, that have become so numerous in recent years, do not appear par... ...reatment that I have adopted is genetic. The application of this method to Philosophy x OUTLINES OF METAPHYSICS was partly suggested by the study of ... ...F, January , 1902. 1 A book was published a few years ago entitled Genetic Philosophy by Mr. D. J. Hill ; but I do not think that his method has much ... ...his means, will, it is hoped, become more apparent as we proceed. The term Philosophy is often used in a sense practically equivalent to Metaphysics, ... ...iving a general reference. It is reprinted in his Essays on Literature and Philosophy, Vol. II. 2 Philosophy used to be regarded as including Natural ... ..., Vol. II. 2 Philosophy used to be regarded as including Natural and Moral Philosophy. The former is now known as Physics. Philosophy is A 2 OUTLINES...

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The Origin and Development of the Moral Ideas Volume I

By: Westermarck, Edward

...I'IE PROFESSOR OF SOCIOLOGY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON PROFESSOR OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY AT 'I HE UNIVKRSITV OF FINLAND, HELSlNGFORb AUTHOR OF "THE HISTO... ...eligion^ 302. &c. p. 403. J Adam Smith, J^heoiy of Moral 2 Dugald Stewart, Philosophy of the Sentiments , p. 235: i OF MORAL JUDGMENTS 15 "to be natu... ... p. 43. 428 sqq. 2 Cf. Simmel, Einleitung in die 3 Zeller,History of Greek Philosophy> Aforalwisienschafti'i. p. iii. sq. ; Wester- ii. 475. inarck, *... ...Jounuy thioitgh Central and Eastern l^yr* i. 72. Arabia, i. 40. 4 Smellie, Philosophy of Natural - Watson, op. cit. p. 26 ry. History, i. 448. n THE ... ...true that the predicate of a moral judgment, as 1 Fleming, Manual of Moral Philosophy^ p. 97 sqq. Fowler, Principles of Moral* ', ii. 198 sqq. CHAP, ... ...egislation, p. 184. Cf. Paley, Moral * May, op. cit. ii. 597. <* Political Philosophy-, vi. 9 (Com- 8 Andrews, op. cit. p. 218. Cf. plele Works, ii. 3... ...72. A similar view is taken by the moral 2 Cf. Clark, Analysis of Criminal philosophy of Roman Catholicism. Liability, p. 42. (Gopfert, Moraltheologie... ... Life, p. 213 sq. 3 Stephen, History of the Criminal 8 Cf. Dugald Stewart, Philosophy of Law of England, iii. 78. Pollock the Active and Moral Powers ... .... 2. 27. Cf. Lun Yu, 8 Paley, Principles of Moral and iii. 4. 3. Political Philosophy, i. 7 (Complete Lt A7 t xxii. i. Works, ii s 38). 7 Ibid. xxii. ...

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On the Religious Frontier : From an Outpost of Ethical Religion.

By: Chubb, Percival

...interested in the cultural movements of their time the arts, music, drama, philosophy, politics and these suffice them, they believe, for the inner li... ... their views as to the large cosmic issues, the "first and last things" of philosophy. It asks no one of its adherents to close his mind or to be indi... ... of relations. It is not a matter of intellectualism merely. It is not, as philosophy has so frequently been in the past, something in the flat, a tab... ...ere are no exactions of creed and no expectations of conformity to any one philosophy. Instead there is a devotion to the Best, and a recognition of t... ...student think- ing (in the opening chapters of his magnum opus, An Ethical Philosophy of Life) will recall his mention of Marx and Kant; and those two... ...loring and association; so that it took on the char- acter of an inclusive philosophy of life. And this Socialistic enthusiasm and solidarity did mean... ...iginal relation to the universe ? Why should not we also lave a poetry and philosophy of insight and not of tradi- ion, and a religion by revelation t...

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The Nature of Evil

By: Tsanoff, Radoslav Andrea, 1887
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The Nature of Conduct

By: Symonds, Percival. M

...sh results in the saving of lives of which we have scarcely dreamed in the philosophy of the past. 7. Finally, we should recognize a growing and a ver... ...misconceptions which, in one way or another, have found their way into the philosophy of education and are influencing practice. At the same time, we ... ...51, 52, 303 moral, 217, 247 objectives of, i, 2, 49, no, in, 268, 269, 301 philosophy of, 316 Educationists, character, 253 Effect, law of, 221 Effere... ...nal, 287 innate, 286 Phase, refractory, 27, 29, 220 Philippine survey, 293 Philosophy of education, 316 Physical condition, 287 defect, 287 Physical e...

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Morals in Review

By: Rogers, A. K

...cial as well as individual. In the same way there is no sharp line between philosophy and the creation of working ideals, since in this last enterpris... ...ecause of a further consideration. Presumably I am not the only student of philosophy who has found the history of ethics an exceptionally difficult f... ...stence unincumbered by the body. To reattain this vision is the end of all philosophy. For philosophy is the one method of satisfying fully that love ... ...how that sometime in his career Socrates had been influenced by the number philosophy of the Pythagoreans. In the field of ethics the reasons, for the... ...and the soul comes into the presence of what is really and eternally true. Philosophy is the preparation for this per- fect vision. Through it the sou... ...lying character of this change may be expressed by saying that the goal of philosophy has ceased to be mystic vision, and has become, instead, rationa... ...osopher is characteristic only of the later treatment. With Socrates it is philosophy alone that counts, the purifying power of the vision of truth ; ... ...m ; and it adds further assurance to the thesis that Socrates' interest in philosophy is of a relatively non- technical sort. It seems unlikely that S... ...uminous criticisms of his pupil Aristotle, the approach to Plato's ethical philosophy is also attended with considerable difficulty. Aside from doubts...

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The Logic of Chance

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The Trial and Death of Socrates

By: Church, F. J.

...acquainted with certain, at any rate, of the theories of his predecessors in philosophy, the Physical or Cosmical philosophers, such as Heraclitus and... ... that he had such knowledge. We cannot tell whether he ever studied Physical Philosophy seriously, or from whom, or how, or even, certainly, when, he ... ... Socrates as a thinker. With a very large number of questions concerning his philosophy we have nothing to do. But it is essential, ifwe are to unders... ...s. He lays great stress on the negative and destructive side of the Socratic philosophy : but he says scarcely anything of its constructive side. It m... ...k of him as a philosopher, for he does so himself. But we must remember that philosophy in his mouth does not mean the possession of wisdom, but only,... ...ness of superiority. We have now got, I hope, a sufficient view of Socrates' philosophy, so far as it concerns us. Its defects lie on the surface, and... ...ce, and of logic. In that, and not in the creation of any positive system of philosophy, his philosophical greatness con- sists. If Aristotle is * the... ...m on that ground. His defence is a review and justification of his life and 'philosophy/ It is not an apology. Socrates utters no single syllable of r... ...he body, which is a perpetual hindrance to the soul in her pursuit of truth. Philosophy is a study of death ; the philosopher longs to be emancipated ...

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The Problem Of Conduct : A Study In The Phenimenology Of Ethics.

By: Edward Taylor Alfred
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The Principles Of Empirical Or Inductive Logic

By: Venn, John.
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The Principle Of Individuality And Value

By: Bosanquet. B
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The Place Of Minds In The World : Gifford Lectures At The University Of Aberdeen 1924 1926

By: Mitchell, William Sir
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The Philosophy Of Gassendi

By: Bertt, G. S.
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Outlines Of Metaphysics

By: Mackenzie, John S.
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The Origin And Development Of The Moral Ideas Vol I

By: Westermarck, Edward.
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On The Religious Frontier : From An Outpost Of Ethical Religion.

By: Chubb, Percival.
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The Nature Of Evil

By: Tsanoff, Radoslav Andrea, 1887

...ity and Value THE NATURE OF EVIL BY RADOSLAV A. TSANOFF, PH.D. PBOFESgOB OF PHILOSOPHY, THE KICK IN8TITDTB Nrtufork THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1931 COPYR... ...TED STATES OF AMERICA, TO MY FATHER AND MOTHER PREFACE If we conceive of philosophy as man's cosmic orientation, contemporary thought reveals two ... ...rochement between the two. On the other hand is the in- sistent demand for a philosophy of value that will be more than a conciliatory epilogue to sta... ...surely the study of them leads us into the laboratory of the science and the philosophy of value, vii viii PREFACE In an earlier volume entitled The ... ...se, and upon the adequate con- ception of the nature of evil hangs the whole philosophy of value. The aim of this short preface has been to suggest th... ...e of such wide human interest reaches beyond the strict field of tech- nical philosophy into the domains of religion and literature. My obligations ar... ...na. The problem of evil in Greek tragedy, and the treat- ment of it in Greek philosophy. The Zoroastrian explanation of evil in terms of cosmic dualis... .... 88 Theological discomfiture resulting from seventeenth century science and philosophy Bayle's scepticism; his critique of Augustinian theodicy; deva... ...stries and the philosophical confusion of Pope's Essay on Man. The popu- lar philosophy of the Enlightenment in Germany: Reimarus and Mendelssohn; Mau...

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