The central theme of this book has been a major concern of mine for many years. I have discussed it repeatedly with my undergraduate and graduate students, and with my colleagues, at Princeton, at Yale, and more recently here in Claremont. This treatment of it is a development and extension of lectures delivered on three different campuses. Chapter 6 is based on my John Herschel Morron Lecture at Hamilton College in 1954. I first presented my neo- Kantian thesis to a public audience in my Gates Memorial Lectures at Grinnell College in 1956. The present work is directly based on my Brown and Haley Lectures for 1957 . . .
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