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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Relativity, logic, and mysticism.
London, Williams and Norgate, 1923
|All Authors / Contributors:||Mind Association.; Scots Philosophical Club.|
|Description:||6 preliminary leaves, 184 pages 22 cm.|
|Contents:||I. The philosophy of Theodore Merz, by F.B. Jevons.--II. Symposium: The problem of simultaneity. 1. By H. Wildon Carr. 2. By R.A. Sampson. 3. By A.N. Whitehead.--III. The relation between the mathematical and the physical, by Léon Brunschvicg.--IV. Symposium: The relations between biology and psychology. 1. By J.S. Haldane. 2. By E.S. Russell. 3. By W. Leslie Mackenzie.--V. Symposium: Are the characteristics of particular things universal or particular? 1. By G.E. Moore. 2. By G.F. Stout. 3. By G. Dawes Hicks ... VI. Symposium: Is neo-idealism reducible to solipsism? 1. By C.F.M. Joad. 2. By C.A. Richardson. 3. By F.C.S. Schiller.--VII. Symposium: Can the new idealism dispense with mysticism? 1. By Evelyn Underhill. 2. By R.G. Collingwood. 3. By W.R. Inge.|
|Series Title:||Aristotelian society. Supplementary, vol. III; Aristotelian society for the systematic study of philosophy. Proceedings, Suppl. v.3.|