English and American Philosophy since 1800: A Critical Survey

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INDEX TO AUTHORS
Abercrombie, John, ( 1780-1844). Inquiries Concerning the Intellectual Powers, 1830; The Philosophy of the Moral Feelings, 1833. p. 37.
Adams, George P. Idealism and the Modern Age, 1919. p. 298.
Adamson, Robert, ( 1852-1902). On the Philosophy of Kant, 1879; Fichte, 1881; The Development of Modern Philosophy, 1903; The Development of Greek Philosophy, 1908; A Short History of Logic, 1911. pp. 297, 357.
Alcott, Amos Bronson, ( 1799-1888). p. 214.
Alexander, Samuel. Moral Order and Progress, 1889; Locke, 1908; Space Time, and Deity, 1920. pp. 194, 421.
Allen, Grant ( 1848-1899). Physiological Aesthetics, 1877; The Colour Sense, 1879; Force and Energy, 1888; The Evolution of the Idea of God, 1897. p. 184.
Ames, Edward Scribner. Psychology of the Religious Experience, 1910. p. 407.
Argyle, Eighth Duke of, ( 1823-1900). The Reign of Law, 1867; Primeval Man, 1869; The Unity of Nature, 1884; The Philosophy of Belief, 1896. p. 200.
Arnold, Matthew, ( 1822-1888). Culture and Anarchy, 1869; St. Paul and Protestantism, 1870; Literature and Dogma, 1873; God and the Bible, 1875. p. 125.
Arnold, Thomas, ( 1795-1842). p. 97.
Atkinson, Henry G. p. 129.
Austin, John, ( 1790-1850). The Province of Jurisprudence Determined, 1832; Lectures on Jurisprudence, 1863. p. 91.
Bailey, Samuel, ( 1791-1870). Essay on the Formation and Publication of Opinions, 1821; Essays on the Pursuit of Truth and on the Progress of Knowledge, 1829; Review of Berkeley's Theory of Vision, 1842; Theory of Reasoning, 1851; Letters on the Philosophy of the Human Mind, 1855, 1858, 1863. p. 37.
Baillie, James B. The Origin and Significance of Hegel's Logic, 1901; An Outline of the Idealistic Construction of Experience, 1906; Studies in Human Nature, 1921. p. 297.
Bain, Alexander, ( 1818-1903). The Senses and the Intellect, 1855, (4th ed. 1894); The Emotions and the Will, 1859, (4th ed. 1899); Mental and Moral Science, 1868; Logic, Deductive and Inductive, 1870; Mind and Body, 1873; Practical Essays, 1884; Dissertations on Leading Philosophical Topics, 1903; Autobiography, 1904. p. 87.
Baldwin, James Mark. Handbook of Psychology, 1890-91; Mental Development in the Child and the Race, 1895; Social and Ethical Interpretations in Mental Development, 1897; Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology, 1901-05; Fragments in Philosophy and Science, 1902; Development and Evolution, 1902; Thought and Things, 1906-11; Darwin and the Humanities, 1909; The Individual and Society, 1911; History of Psychology, 1913; Genetic Theory of Reality, 1015. p. 409.
Balfour, Arthur James. A Defence of Philosophic Doubt, 1879; The

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Contents xi
  • ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY SINCE 1800 1
  • Chapter II - THE UTILITARIANS 49
  • Chapter III Authority and Reason in Theology 96
  • Chapter IV - NATURALISM AND EVOLUTION 128
  • Chapter V - ABSOLUTE IDEALISM 207
  • Chapter VI - PERSONAL IDEALISM, PANPSYCHISM AND REALISM 315
  • Chapter VII 359
  • Chapter VIII - NEO-REALISM 411
  • INDEX TO AUTHORS 453
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