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Philosophy of the recent past; an outline of European and American philosophy since 1860,

Author: Ralph Barton Perry
Publisher: New York, C. Scribner's Sons [©1926]
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Perry, Ralph Barton, 1876-1957.
Philosophy of the recent past.
New York, C. Scribner's Sons [©1926]
(OCoLC)614495639
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph Barton Perry
OCLC Number: 880486
Description: viii, 230 pages 23 cm
Contents: pt. I. The state of philosophy in 1860 --
1. Germany --
2. Italy --
3. France --
4. Great Britain --
5. America --
pt. II. Naturalism, materialism, and positivism --
6. Darwin and Darwinism --
7. Cosmic evolution : Spencer --
8. Monism of substance : Haeckel --
9. The rise of positivism : Comte --
10. Empirical positivism : Mill --
11. Economical positivism : Lange, Mach, Poincaré --
12. Sociological positivism : Durkheim --
13. The influence of recent science --
pt. III. Spiritualism and idealism --
14. Spiritualism in Germany : Fechner, Lotze, Hartmann --
15. Spiritualism in France : Maine de Biran, Cousin, Ravaisson, Boutroux --
16. Idealism in France : Renouvier, Lachelier --
17. Idealism in England : Green, Bradley, Bosanquet --
18. Idealism in America : Royce, Howison, Bowne --
19. Critical idealism in Germany : Cohen, Natorp --
20. Ethical and cultural idealism in Germany : Windelsband, Rickert, Dilthey, Eucken, Simmel --
21. The new idealism in Italy : Croce, Gentile --
pt. IV. Vitalism, voluntarism, and pragmatism --
22. The will to power : Nietzsche --
23. The impulse to life : Bergson --
24. Catholic modernism : Le Roy --
25. Pragmatism and the will to believe : James, Pierce, Dewey, Schiller, Vaihinger --
pt. V. The revival of realism --
26. The reaction against idealism --
27. Neo-Thomism --
28. Realism in Germany : Meinong, Husserl --
29. Realism in England and America : Russell, Moore, Alexander, Santayana, Whitehead --
30. Conclusion. Tendencies of the immediate present.
Responsibility: by Ralph Barton Perry.

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