Men and Movements in American Philosophy

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INDEX
A
Abbot, Francis Ellingwood, 159, 165, 175-186,218, 232, 322

"The Conditioned and the Unconditioned, " 176

"The Philosophy of Space and Time," 176

The Syllogistic Philosophy, 179

Abduction, 251
Abolition, 85
Abolitionism, 120
Abolitionists, 137
Absolute, Hegelian, 191
Absolute Being, 215
Absolute Experience, 214
Absolute Idea, 214
Absolute Idealism, 199
Absolute Mind, 212
Absolute moral person, 210
Absolute Person, 207, 215
Absolute Self, 213
Absolute Truth, 212
Absolute Will, 211
Absolutism, Royce's, 260
Acquired characteristics, inheritance of, 152
Act:

Mead's theory of, 266

stages of, 266

universality of, 268

"Act Establishing Religious Freedom," 46, 54-55
Action, mental, 287
Active powers, in matter, 29
Activity, in education, 237
Adam, federal head of human race, 22
Adams, Jasper, The Elements of Moral Philosophy, 86
Adams, John, 42, 43, 44, 45, 56, 72, 75

Defense of the Constitutions of Government of the United States, 75

Adams, John (cont.)

Discourses on Davila, 75

Letters to John Taylor of Caroline, 75

Adams, Samuel, 43
Adjustment, 253
Adler, Felix, 193, 194
Affections, gracious, 230
Agassiz, Louis, 167
Agency:

material, 31, 32

spiritual, 31, 32

Agnosticism, 182
"Agrarian justice," Paine's view of, 61-63
Agrarianism, 54, 61
Agreeable leadings, 255
Aitkin, Robert, 56
Alcott, A. Bronson, 120, 131, 132, 142, 164, 190
Alcott, Louisa May, 120
American life, spiritual interpretation of, 150
American Philosophical Association, 218, 219, 225, 226, 335
American Philosophic Society, 46
Ames, Fisher, 75, 76

"On the Dangers of American Liberty," 76

Analogy:

science of, 90

the science of sciences, 91

Anarchism, in Thoreau, 134, 137, 141
Andover Theological Seminary, 83
Appearance, reality and, 112, 316
Aristocracy, 60

natural vs. hereditary, 53

Aristotle, 184, 191, 322, 323, 328, 336
Associationism, 105
Authoritarianism, foe of rationalism, 337

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  • Men and Movements in American Philosophy *
  • Foreword v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Prelude 1
  • 1: Colonial Materialism and Immaterialism 9
  • 2: The American Enlightenment 36
  • 3: Philosophical Orthodoxy 73
  • 4: New England's Wild Oats 110
  • 5: The Biologizing of Philosophy 151
  • 6: Varieties of Idealism 187
  • 7: Pragmatic Perspectives 228
  • 8: Cross Currents of Realism 274
  • 9: The Emergence of Naturalism 313
  • Footnotes and Suggested Reading 357
  • Index 385
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