The Relevance of Royce

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TWO
A REPORT ON THE RECENT “DIG” INTO
ROYCE’S MSS IN THE HARVARD ARCHIVES

Frank M. Oppenheim, S.J., Dawn Aberg, and John J. Kaag

The “Dig” team (Frank M. Oppenheim, S. J., Dawn Aberg, and John J. Kaag) investigated the papers of Josiah Royce (1855–1916) at the Harvard University Archives between July 2008 and September 2009. Our goal was to create a Comprehensive Index1 of these writings, which would serve as an indispensable basis for approaching the National Endowment for the Humanities to help fund a critical edition of Royce’s writings. The present report offers: (1) Background, (2) Digging, (3) Finds, and (4) Results: First Fruits from the Dig.


Background

In spring 2007, five members of the Josiah Royce Society (John J. McDermott, Jacquelyn Ann K. Kegley, John Clendenning, Randall Auxier, and Frank Oppenheim) met at the Harvard Pub to concur on the steps needed to create a critical edition of Royce’s writings. These five wanted to start the process. All the other works of all the other classical American philosophers were already in final editions. Royce’s work

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