The Philosophy of Brand Blanshard

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THE LIBRARY OF LIVING PHILOSOPHERS VOLUME XV


THE PHILOSOPHY OF
BRAND BLANSHARD

EDITED BY
PAUL ARTHUR SCHILPP
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY &
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

LA SALLE, ILLINOIS · OPEN COURT · ESTABLISHED 1887

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • General Introduction to "The Library of Living Philosophers" vii
  • Advisory Board x
  • Acknowledgments x
  • Table of Contents xi
  • Preface xv
  • Works by Brand Blanshard Frequently Cited, with Short Titles xvii
  • Part One - Autobiography of Brand Blanshard 1
  • I 3
  • Works Cited in Autobiography 185
  • Part Two - Descriptive and Critical Essays on the Philosophy of Brand Blanshard, with Replies 187
  • 1: Blanshard's Conception of the Nature and Function of Philosophy 190
  • Notes 208
  • Introduction to the Replies 209
  • 2: Blanshard's View of Good 222
  • Notes 236
  • 3: Understanding and Forgiveness 247
  • 4: The Impasse in Ethics and Blanshard's Way Out 267
  • Notes 287
  • 5: Blanshard on "Intrinsic Goodness" 297
  • Notes 312
  • 6: Reason, Feeling, and World View 320
  • Notes 339
  • 7: Brand Blanshard's Theory of Ethics 354
  • Notes 363
  • 8: Blanshard's Political Philosophy 380
  • Notes 400
  • 9: The Commitment to Excellence in Blanshard's Philosophy of Education 422
  • Notes 445
  • 10: Brand Blanshard: Philosopher of Education and Teacher 463
  • Note 470
  • 11: Blanshard on Perception and Free Ideas 480
  • Notes 508
  • 12: Blanshard on Understanding Alburey Castell 524
  • 13: Blanshard's Rationalism and the Critique of Empiricism 548
  • Notes 567
  • 14: Blanshard and the Coherence Theory of Truth 574
  • Notes 587
  • 15: Does Blanshard Escape Epistemic Dualism? 601
  • Notes 617
  • 16: Understanding as Seeing to Be Necessary 629
  • Notes 635
  • 17: Creativity in Brand Blanshard 646
  • Notes 663
  • 18 - Blanshard's Critique of Pragmatism 673
  • Notes 684
  • 19: Blanshard's Critique of the Analytic Movement 696
  • Notes 722
  • 20: Idealism, Holism, and "The Paradox of Knowledge" 742
  • Notes 755
  • 21: Blanshard's Theory of Mind and Free Will Francis V. Raab 776
  • Notes 805
  • 22: Blanshard's Theory of Causation 822
  • Notes 832
  • 23: Blanshard's Rationalistic Realism 842
  • Notes 853
  • 24: Blanshard's Theory of Universals 861
  • Notes 868
  • 25: Brand Blanshard's World View 878
  • Notes 890
  • 26: Brand Blanshard on Reason and Religious Belief 908
  • Notes 928
  • 27: Blanshard's View of Christian Ethics George F. Thomas 944
  • Notes 976
  • 28: Faith and Reason 994
  • Notes 1001
  • 29: An Appreciation of Blanshard's Views on Catholicism 1015
  • Notes 1037
  • 30: The Rationalist and the Reformer: A Critique of Blanshard's Views of Protestantism 1056
  • Notes 1084
  • Part Three - Bibliography of the Writings of Brand Blanshard to 1980 1101
  • Preface to the Bibliography 1103
  • The Writings of Brand Blanshard 1104
  • Index 1129
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