Beyond Realism and Idealism

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INDEX OF NAMES
Adler, M. J., 124, 157
Alexander, S., 215 f, 233 ff.
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 44, 243 f., 250
Aristotle, 18, 42, 43 f., 74 f, 213
Ayer, A. J., 27 f.
Bergson, H., 33, 195
Berkeley, 20, 29, 47 ff.
Bosanquet, B., 8, 59, 114, 105, 217
Brightman, E. S., 39
Broad, C. D., 39, 79, 85, 106, 165
Cassirer, E., 53 n.
Collingwood, R. G., 128 n.
Creighton, J. E., 5, 143 n.
Descartes, 18, 45, 81, 242, 257
Dewey, J., 14, 26, 121, 157, 248, 260
Dilthey, W., 199
Dingle, H., 187
Eddington, Sir A. S., 165, 168, 173 ff., 177, 181
Edman, Irwin, 231
Fichte, 116 ff., 137
Geiger, Moritz, 32
Gilson, E., 57, 244 ff., 252
Haldane, J. S., 195
Hartmann, N., 129
Hegel, 58, 131, 133, 189, 242, 259
Heidegger, M., 260
Hoernlé, R. F. A., 235
Hume, 6, 53, 56
Inge, W. R., 39
Jeans, Sir James, 165, 169
Joad, C. E. M., 168, 179 ff., 205
Jung, C. G., 24 n., 119 ff.
Kant, 15, 20, 52 ff., 66, 168, 212, 242, 258
Kemp Smith, N., 217 ff., 237
Kierkegaard, 260
Laird, J., 205 n.
Leibniz, 19, 45, 81
Lewis, C. I., 143
Lichtenberg, F. G., 38
Liebert, A., 143
Locke, 6, 15, 46, 76, 82, 100
Lossky, N. O., 113, 152
Lotze, 77
Lowenberg, J., 73
Margenau, H., 170
Maritain, J., 96
Meinong, A., 7, 92
Meyer, H., 249
Milne, E. A., 184
Montague, W. P., 71
Moore, G. E., 39, 89, 103 ff.
Muirhead, J. H., 206, 208 n.
Paulhan, f., 36 f.
Perry, R. B., 154, 198
Planck, Max, 165, 173
Plato, 15, 18, 26, 32, 42, 43, 130, 133, 145, 189
Pratt, J. B., 231 n.
Pringle-Pattison, A. S., 63 f.
Pritchard, H. A., 207 n.
Rickert, H., 70, 150 ff., 201
Ross, Sir W. D., 207 n.
Royce, J., 69, 111 f., 145, 154, 259
Russell, B., 106, 134
Sellars, R. W., 87, 91, 230
Sheen, F. J., 248 n.
Sheldon, W. N., 115 n.
Spaulding, E. G., 114, 146
Spengler, J., 256
Stace, W. T., 108 ff.
Stebbing, L. S., 166, 179, 182
Troeltsch, E., 131, 200
Weil, H., 185
Willmann, O., 20, 45, 254
Whitehead, A. N., 188, 233 f., 259
Wolff, Christian, 20

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