Two and A Half Arguments for Idealism

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Two of the major arguments for idealism in the last century, one from analytic metaphysics and one from American personalism, are examined and evaluated.
Keywords idealism  ontology  John Foster  Borden Parker Bowne  conceivability  personalism
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