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# Russell, Idealism, and the Emergence of Analytic Philosophy

By: Peter Hylton | Book details

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 Absolute, the [Bradley] 53-4 , 146 Green's ideal compared to 58 , 70 immediate experience and 58 , 68 , 69 , 70-1 phenomena transformed in 57 , 65 , 66 , 67 subject-predicate theory and 154 thought and 58-9 , 68 , 69 , 70
 Absolute Idea, the [Hegel] abstraction and 95-9passim knowledge of 96-7
 absolute space 162-3 , 164
 absolute truth in Hegel and Kant 108 n. idealism opposed to 10 , 11 in logic 10 , 200 , 202 , 203 , 204 mathematics and 179 , 180-1 metaphysics and: [Bradley] 53-4 , 65 , 66 ; [FG] 99 ; [idealism] 107 , 108 , 115 , 116 , 169 ; [Principles] 169 in Platonic Atomism 115 , 116 , 123 , 124 reality of relations and 11 , 123 science and 67
 abstract entities 29-30 , 57 , 71 distinguished from concrete entities [OD] 243 in Moore 139 , 141 in Platonic Atomism 112 , 116 in Russell 9 , 173 , 235 , 243 , 332 , 333 , 346see also abstraction ; properties ; universals and particulars
 abstraction alone yields relations [Bradley] 49 , 54 , 56-7 cannot be source of knowledge 40 of content from immediate experience 51-2 , 60-1 , 68 , 70 definition by [Principles] 188 and forms of externality [FG] 83 , 84 , 85 , 87 , 88 , 96 of Hegelian categories 95-6 , 97 , 98-9 in Hume and Berkeley 29-30 , 61 leading to contradiction 72 , 85bis, 88bis, 95-6 , 97 in Locke 23-4 , 29 , 61 to logical ideas 60-1 , 132-3 , 136 of matter [FG] 88 , 89 , 96 to mere sensations 36 , 38 of parts [Moore] 143 reduced to relations [Green] 30

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