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Introduction to realistic philosophy.


New York, Harper [1948] .
ISBN 006047100x, 006047100X

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Other Title Realistic philosophy
Subjects Philosophy.
Realism.
Description xi, 516 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1948]
Notes Includes "References."
Contents Historical introduction. Realistic philosophy and its history -- The perfection of human nature (ethics). The basic moral facts of life ; How men make themselves happy or miserable ; Irresponsibility and its causes ; Intellectual virtue and moral virtue ; The rational guidance of internal appetite (courage and temperance) ; The rational guidance of external appetite (generosity, greatness of soul, and the virtues of friendliness) ; The rational guidance of action (justice) and the happy life ; Natural law and the structure of social life ; Basic natural groups ; Corrective groups and friendship ; Religion and the natural order of human culture -- The philosophy of nature. Change ; The causes of change ; Changing being and its modes ; The first cause of change ; The human psyche and its faculties ; Sensory cognition ; Rational cognition ; The appetites.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)234180
(OCoLC)ocm00234180
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WorldCat Identities Wild, John Daniel, 1902-1972.
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