The philosophy of Josiah Royce. Edited and with an introduction by John K. Roth.
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Roth, John K.,
Religion -- Philosophy.
Roth, John K., editor.
viii, 421 pages 22 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages 411-413).
Selections from The religious aspect of philosophy and Studies of good and evil -- Introduction; religion as a moral code and as a theory -- The possibility of error -- The religious insight -- The problem of Job -- Selections from The world and the individual -- Introduction: the religious problems and the theory of being -- Individuality and freedom -- The temporal and the eternal -- The human self -- The moral order -- The struggle with evil -- The union of God and man -- Selections from The philosophy of loyalty -- The nature and the need of loyalty -- Loyalty to loyalty -- Conscience -- Training for loyalty -- Loyalty, truth, and reality -- Loyalty and religion -- Selections from The problem of Christianity and The hope of the great community -- Preface -- The community and the time-process -- The body and the members -- The doctrine of signs -- Words of Professor Royce at the Walton Hotel at Philadelphia, December 29, 1915 -- A chronology of Josiah Royce's life.
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