The return to reason; essays in realistic philosophy.

Chicago, H. Regnery Co., 1953.

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Other Title Realistic philosophy.
Subjects Philosophy.
Description x, 373 p. 25 cm.
Notes Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents Realism and phenomenology, by H.M. Chapman.--Phenomenolgy and metaphysics, by J. Wild.--An examination of contemporary naturalism and materialism, by O. Martin.--A critique of continuity, infinity, and allied concepts in the natural philosophy of Bergson and Russell, by J. De Boer.--On the distinction between thing and property, by M.H. Thompson, Jr.
Realistic epistemology, by F.H. Parker.--For a realistic logic, by H. Veatch.--The nature of aesthetics, by E. Vivas.--Natural law and social order, by W.A. banner.--Reason and practice, by J. Ladd.--Ther revolt against philosophy: the spell of Popper, by R. Jordan.--Realism and the philosophy of education, by H.S. Broudy.--A realistic theory of forgiveness, by J.A. Martin.--Natural law and the problem of Asia, by O. Malik.--Appendix: Platform of the Association for Realistic Philosophy.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00369092
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