American Philosophy: The Early Schools

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AMERICAN
PHILOSOPHY
THE EARLY SCHOOLS

BY I. WOODBRIDGE RILEY, Ph. D.

Johnston Research Scholar in Johns Hopkins University. Some Time Professor in the University of New Brunswick

NEW YORK

DODD, MEAD & COMPANY

1907

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 1
  • II- Philosophy and Politics 23
  • Book I--Puritanism 35
  • Chapter II Anti-Puritanism 46
  • Book Ii--Idealism 59
  • Chapter II Samuel Johnson 63
  • Chapter III Jonathan Edwards 126
  • Book Iii--Deism 189
  • Chapter II Harvard College 195
  • Chapter III Yale College 209
  • Chapter IV King's College and Princeton 219
  • Chapter V Philadelphia and Franklin 229
  • Chapter VI Virginia and Jefferson 266
  • Chapter VII Popular Deism 296
  • Chapter VII The Decline of Deism 305
  • Book Iv--Materialism 321
  • Chapter II Cadwallader Colden 329
  • Chapter III Joseph Buchanan 373
  • Chapter IV Joseph Priestley 396
  • Chapter V Thomas Cooper 407
  • Chapter VI Benjamin Rush 421
  • Book V--Realism 473
  • Chapter II The Princeton School 480
  • Chapter III John Witherspoon 483
  • Chapter IV Samuel Stanhope Smith 497
  • Chapter V Samuel Miller 509
  • Chapter VI Frederick Beasley 519
  • Chapter VII The Lesser Realists 537
  • Appendix 565
  • Index 585
  • Index 587
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