The principle of individuality and value; the Gifford lectures for 1911, delivered in Edinburgh University, by B. Bosanquet.
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University of Edinburgh.
xxxvii, 409 p. 23 cm.
Introduction, the central experiences. - The concrete universal. - Uniformity and general law not antagonistic to individuality. - The teleology of finite consciousness, a sub-form of individuality. - Bodily basis of mind as a whole of content. - Self-consciousness as the clue to the typical structure of reality. - Ourselves and the absolute. - Individuality as the logical criterion of value. - Freedom and initiative. - Nature, the self, and the absolute.
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