The two-story world; selected writings of James K. Feibleman. Edited, and with an introduction, by Huntington Cairns.

[1st ed.].. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1966] .

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Subjects Feibleman, James Kern, 1904-
Feibleman, James Kern, 1904- -- Philosophy.
Description viii, 520 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 192. Bibliographical footnotes).
Contents An explanation of philosophy -- The uses of philosophy -- The starting-point of philosophy -- Metaphysics for empiricists -- The topics and definitions of the categories -- Knowing about semipalatinsk -- The ethics of action -- God, man and matter -- Aristotle's religion -- A behaviorist theory of art -- Theory of comedy -- Theory of tragedy -- Concreteness in painting -- Security : the skin and enduring objects -- The psychology of the scientist -- The psychology of the artist -- Philosophical belief : a dialogue -- Institutional conditioning -- The social adaptiveness of philosophy -- Culture as applied ontology -- The role of hypotheses in the scientific method -- Pure science, applied science and technology -- The scientific philosophy -- An analysis of liberalism -- Ontology and ideology -- The role of philosophy in a time of troubles -- Camus and the passion of humanism -- The theory of Hamlet -- The modern novel and its audience -- The decline of literary chaos -- Memories of Sherwood Anderson -- An ontological philosophy of education -- A slower pace for superior students -- College teaching -- Invitation to learning : Plato's Apology -- Reflections after Wittgenstein -- Eminence of scholarship -- Activity as a source of reliable knowledge.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1289589
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