American Philosophy Today and Tomorrow

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Contents vii
  • The Humanization Of Philosophy 1
  • The Gospel Of Technology 23
  • Toward A Social Philosophy 43
  • The Great American Dream 63
  • The Socialization Of Morality 81
  • A Philosopher Among The Metaphysicians 99
  • An Amateur's Philosophy 115
  • The Naturalistic Temper 137
  • The New Task Of Philosophy 153
  • The Whimsical Condition Of Social Psychology, And of Mankind 169
  • Experimental Naturalism 203
  • Toward Radical Empiricism In Ethics 227
  • Philosophy Today And Tomorrow 249
  • The Ontological Status of Value 273
  • Values and Imperatives 311
  • An Amateur's Search For Significance 335
  • A Program - For a Philosophy 355
  • Toward a Naturalistic Conception of Logic 375
  • The Plight of Philosophy 393
  • Historical Naturalism 409
  • Political Morality 433
  • The Task Of Present-Day Metaphysics 447
  • Truth Beyond Imagination 463
  • A Memorandum for A System of Philosophy 487
  • A Catholic's View 499
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