The Faces of Reason: An Essay on Philosophy and Culture in English Canada, 1850-1950

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AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX
WORKS REFERRED to in the text will be found in this index. Some long titles have been abbreviated. Bibliographical information will usually be found on the page indicated by the first entry. Tides include books, chapter tides, articles, unpublished manuscripts, archival notes, and theses. The nature of the item is described on the indicated pages. This index includes only works cited.1 A complete bibliography of philosophy in Canada is in preparation by Professors Jack Stevenson and John Slater at the University of Toronto and Roland Houde at the University of Québec at Trois Rivières. The present authors have supplied to the project at Toronto the information at their disposal, and no attempt has been made to duplicate their work.
al-GhazzāLī, Algazel's Metaphysics: A Mediaeval Translation, ed. J. T. Muckle, 505
Aquinas, St. Thomas, On Being and Essence, 501
-----, On the Truth of the Catholic Faith. . . , 487
-----, Summa Theological, 480, 488, 501
Aristotle, De Anima, 270
Armour, Leslie, Concept of Truth, The, xxv
-----, Idea of Canada and Crisis of Community, The, 512
-----, Logic and Reality, xxv
-----, Rational and the Real, The, xxv
-----, "Watson, Lachance and the Two Solitudes," 512
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The following works are among those consulted but not cited in the text: Yvan Lamonde , Philosophie son enseignement au Québec, 1665-1920 ( Montreal: Hurtubise, 1980); John Watson, Christianity and Idealism: The Christian Ideal of Life in its Relations to the Greek and Jewish Ideals and to Modern Philosophy ( New York: Macmillan, 1896), Kant and his English Critics: A Comparison of Critical and Empirical Philosophy ( Glasgow: James Maclehose, 1881), and Philosophical Basis of Religion: A Series of Lectures (Glasgow: J. Maclehose and Sons, 1907); and Clifford Williams, "The Epistemology of John Watson" (Ph.D. Thesis, University of Toronto, 1966), and "The Social Philosophy of Two Canadians: W. C. Keirstead and John Watson" (M.A. Thesis, University of Western Ontario, 1953).

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