Symbolism: Its Meaning and Effect

Symbolism: Its Meaning and Effect

Symbolism: Its Meaning and Effect

Symbolism: Its Meaning and Effect

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In accordance with the terms of the BarbourPage Foundation, these lectures are published by the University of Virginia. The author owes his thanks to the authorities of the university for their courtesy in conforming to his wishes in respect to some important details of publication. With the exception of a few trifling changes the lectures are printed as delivered.

These lectures will be best understood by reference to some portions ofLocke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding. The author's acknowledgments are due to Locke's Theory of Knowledge and Its Historical Relations byProfessor James Gibson, to Prolegomena to an Idealist Theory of Knowledge by Professor Norman Kemp Smith, and to Scepticism and Animal Faith byGeorge Santayana.

A. N. W. Harvard University, June 1927 . . .

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