A history of American philosophy [by] Herbert W. Schneider.


New York, Columbia University Press, [1946] .

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Subjects Civilization.
EE. UU. -- Civilización.
États-Unis -- Civilisation.
Filosofia Moderna.
Filosofía -- Historia -- EE. UU.
Philosophie américaine -- Histoire.
Philosophie.
Philosophy, American -- History.
Philosophy, American.
USA.
United States -- Civilization.
United States.
Series Columbia studies in American culture ; 18.
Description xiv, 646 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1946]
Notes "Guide to the literature" at end of each part.
"Guide to the literature" at end of each part.
Contents I. Platonism and empiricism in colonial America : 1. The Platonic heritage of the New England Puritans ; 2. The pietist theory of love ; 3. Immaterialsm -- II. The American Enlightenment : 4. Benevolence ; 5. The theory of freedom ; 6. Religious liberty ; 7. Liberal religion ; 8. Free thought ; 9. Natural philosophy -- III. Nationalism and democracy : 10. Whig nationalism ; 11. The common man ; 12. Young America ; 13. Frontier faiths and communities ; 14. Liberty and union ; 15. Idealistic democracy ; 16. Equality and solidarity -- IV. Orthodoxy : 17. Orthodoxy among the liberals ; 18. Orthodoxy among the new lights ; 19. Faculty psychology ; 20. The rise of mental philosophy ; 21. The exploitation of the moral faculties ; 22. Scottish common sense as American realism -- V. The transcendental temper : 23. The flowering of the Enlightenment ; 24. Spirituality among Christians ; 25. Emerson ; 26. Spiritual association ; 27. Spiritual solitude ; 28. At sea ; 29. Spiritual socialism and spontaneity -- Vi. Evolution and human progress : 30. Cosmic philosophies ; 31. Speculative biology ; 32. Evolutionary theology ; 33. Genetic social philosophy ; 34. Desperate naturalism -- Vii. Idealisms : 35. Acadmic awakening ; 36. Schools of idealism ; 37. Josiah Royce ; 38. Down to the present -- VIII. Radical empiricism : 39. Pragmatic intelligence ; 40. Experience and nature ; 41. Empirical radicalism.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)845180
(OCoLC)ocm00845180
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Schneider, Herbert W. 1892-1984.
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