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Creativity in American philosophy

Author: Charles Hartshorne
Publisher: Albany, N.Y. : State University of New York Press, ©1984.
Edition/Format:   Book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Hartshorne
ISBN: 0873958160 9780873958165 0873958179 9780873958172
OCLC Number: 9828487
Description: xv, 299 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. From colonial beginnings to philosophical greatness --
2. Jonathan Edwards on God and causality --
3. Some early American critics of determinism : Samuel Johnson, Ethan Allen, a noble unitarian --
4. Emerson's secularized Calvinism and Thoreau's approach to anarchism --
5. James's empirical pragmatism --
6. Royce's mistakes and achievements --
7. A revision of Peirce's categories --
8. The down-to-earth activism of John Dewey --
9. Whitehead's revolutionary concept of prehension --
10. Santayana's skeptical eclecticism --
11. Mead's social psychology and philosophy of the present --
12. Hocking and Perry on idealism --
13. Lewis on memory, modality, and the given --
14. Cohen and Sheldon on polarity --
15. Blanshard's necessitarianism --
16. Brightman's theory of the given and idea of God --
17. Pepper and McKeon on philosophical systems --
18. Montague's animistic materialism and promethean religion --
19. Weiss's phenomenology of religion --
20. Adler's neo-aristotelianism --
21. Roy and Wilfrid Sellars on quality and structure --
22. Quine, philosophical logician --
23. Tillich's philosophical theology --
24. Rorty's pragmatism and farewell to the age of faith and enlightenment --
25. Neville on creation and Buchler on natural complexes --
26. Nozick's indecisive dialectic and the meaning of life --
27. Conclusion.
Responsibility: Charles Hartshorne.

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