The golden age of American philosophy.


New York, G. Braziller, 1960.

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Subjects Philosophes -- États-Unis.
Philosophie américaine -- Histoire.
Philosophy, American.
Description 534 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date 1960.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Selections from the writings of American philosophers, covering the period from the Civil War up to the present, and including brief biographies.
Contents Chauncey Wright: The philosophy of Herbert Spencer ; Limits of natural selection -- Charles Peirce: Concerning the author ; The fixation of belief ; How to make our ideas clear ; Evolutionary love ; What pragmatism means -- William James: The sentiment of rationality ; The dilemma of determinism ; The principles of psychology ; The will to believe ; Pragmatism ; The varieties of religious experience -- Josiah Royce: The philosophy of loyalty ; Letter to James -- George Santayana: A general confession ; The life of reason ; Dialogues in limbo ; Skepticism and animal faith ; Letters -- John Dewey: From absolutism to experimentalism ; Reconstruction in philosophy ; The quest for certainty ; Democracy and education ; Freedom and culture -- Ralph Barton Perry: Realism in retrospect -- Clarence Irving Lewis: Mind and the world order -- Morris Raphael Cohen: Reason and nature ; Law and the social order.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)370626
(OCoLC)ocm00370626
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Frankel, Charles, 1917-1979,
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