Nature and historical experience; essays in naturalism and in the theory of history.

New York, Columbia University Press, 1958.

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Subjects History -- Philosophy.
Description viii, 326 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date 1958.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Prologue -- Historical naturalism -- Part I: Toward the theory of history -- The theory of history -- On the understanding of histories -- History as an instrument of understanding: the genetic method and historical determinism -- History as an instrument of understanding: historical decision -- Part II: Toward the theory of nature -- The nature of metaphysics: its function, criteria, and method -- Substance as a cooperation of processes: a metaphysical analysis -- Empirical pluralism and unifications of nature -- Ways of construing mind and intelligibility -- An empirical and naturalistic theory of signs, signification, universals, and symbols -- Qualities, qualification, and the aesthetic transaction -- Epilogue -- Unifications of knowledge: what is the world to be unified?
Network Numbers (OCoLC)372757
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WorldCat Identities Randall, John Herman, Jr., 1899-1980.
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