Essays in philosophy, by seventeen doctors of philosophy of the University of Chicago, edited by Thomas Vernor Smith ... and William Kelley Wright ...
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Smith, Thomas Vernor, 1890-1964.
Wright, William Kelley, 1877-
University of Chicago. Dept. of Philosophy.
xvi, 337,  p. 23 cm.
Published in honor of four members of the Department of philosophy of the University of Chicago, J. H. Tufts, G. H. Mead, A. W. Moore, and E. S. Ames, by their former students. cf. Pref.
On art as expression, by Kate Gordon.--Instrumentalism and ideals, by A. K. Rogers.--Postulates and preconceptions of Ricardian economics, by W. C. Mitchell.--The relation between morality and religion, by W. K. Wright.--Meaning and reality, by J. F. Crawford.--Buddhistic idealism in Wei shih er shihiwen, by c. H. Hamilton.--Current trends in social psychology, by Ellsworth Faris.--Prayer, autosuggestion, and God, by J. R. Geiger.--The measurement of psychological value, by L. L. Thurstone.--A critique of pure science, by C. E. Ayres.--Philosophical implications of organismic psychology, by T. R. Kantor.--Monistic morality, by T. V. Smith.--Aesthetic experience, by V. M Ames.--Relation of formal to instrumental logic, by C. W. Morris.--Berkeley's behaviorism, by D. A. Piatt.--The grand strategy of evolution, by John Wild.--Reason in moral judgments, by C. M. Perry.
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