Speculations: Essays on Humanism and the Philosophy of Art

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International Library of Psychology Philosophy and Scientific Method
GENERAL EDITOR: C. K. OGDEN, M.A.( Magdalene College, Cambridge)
VOLUMES ALREADY PUBLISHED
PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES . . . . by G. E. MOORE, Litt. D.
THE MISUSE OF MIND . . . . . . by KARIN STEPHEN

Prefatory Note by Henri Bergson
CONFLICT AND DREAM . . . . by W. H. R. RIVERS, F.R.S.
PSYCHOLOGY AND POLITICS . . . by W. H. R. RIVERS, F.R.S.
TRACTATUS LOGICO-PHILOSOPHICUS . . . by L. WITTGENSTEIN

Introduction by Bertrand Russell
THE MEASUREMENT OF EMOTION . . by W. WHATELY SMITH

Introduction by William Brown
PSYCHOLOGICAL TYPES . . . . by C. G. JUNG, M.D., LL.D.
SCIENTIFIC METHOD . . . . . . . by A. D. RITCHIE
SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT . . . . . by C. D. BROAD, Litt. D.
THE MEANING OF MEANING . . by C. K. OGDEN and I. A. RICHARDS
CHARACTER AND THE UNCONSCIOUS . by J. H. VAN DER HOOP
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF REASONING . . by EUGENIO RIGNANO
CHANCE, LOVE AND LOGIC . . . . . . by C. S. PEIRCE
THE NATURE OF LAUGHTER . . . . . . by J. C. GREGORY
INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY . . . . . by ALFRED ADLER

IN PREPARATION
THE ANALYSIS OF MATTER . . by BERTRAND RUSSELL, F.R.S.
PSYCHOLOGY AND ETHNOLOGY . . by W. H. R. RIVERS, F.R.S.
MATHEMATICS FOR PHILOSOPHERS . . by G. H. HARDY, F.R.S.
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MYTHS . . by G. ELLIOT SMITH, F.R.S.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE UNCONSCIOUS by E. VON HARTMANN

Introduction by Professor G. Elliot Smith.
THE THEORY OF MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS by F. G. CROOKSHANK, M.D., F.R.C.P.
ELEMENTS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY . by WILLIAM BROWN, M.D., D.Sc.
EMOTION AND INSANITY . . . . . . by S. THALBITZER

Introduction by Professor H. Höffding
SUPERNORMAL PHYSICAL PHENOMENA . . by E. J. DINGWALL
THE LAWS OF FEELING . . . . . . . by F. PAULHAN
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC . . . . . by EDWARD J. DENT
COLOUR-HARMONY . . . . . . . . by JAMES WOOD
DEVELOPMENT OF CHINESE THOUGHT . . by LIANG CHE-CHIAO
THE HISTORY OF MATERIALISM . . . . . by F. A. LANGE
PSYCHE . . . . . . . . . . . by E. ROHDE
THE PRIMITIVE MIND . . . . . . by P. RADIN, Ph.D.
PSYCHOLOGY OF PRIMITIVE PEOPLES . by B. MALINOWSKI, D.Sc.
STATISTICAL METHOD IN ECONOMICS by P. SARGANT FLORENCE
SCOPE AND VALUE OF ECONOMIC THEORY by BARBARA WOOTTON
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY . . . . . by CHARLES FOX
THE PRINCIPLES OF CRITICISM . . . . by I. A. RICHARDS
THE PHILOSOPHY OF 'AS IF' . . . . by H. VAIHINGER

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Table of contents

  • International Library of Psychology Philosophy and Scientific Method ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Introduction ix
  • A Preface by the Author xvi
  • Humanism and The Religious Attitude 1
  • Modern Art And Its Philosophy 73
  • Romanticism And Classicism 111
  • Bergson's Theory Of Art 141
  • The Philosophy Of Intensive Manifolds 171
  • Cinders A New Weltanschauung 215
  • Cinders 220
  • Appendix A- Reflections on Violence 247
  • Appendix B- The Plan for a Book On Modern Theories of Art 261
  • Appendix C The Complete Poetical Works Of T. E. Hulme 265
  • Index 269
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