Themes in American Philosophy: Purpose, Experience, and Community
New York,Harper & Row (1970)
|Abstract||Purpose in American philosophy.--Radical empiricism.--Three types and two dogmas of empiricism.--William James as philosophical psychologist.--Charles S. Peirce: community and reality.--The contemporary significance of Royce's theory of the self.--The course of American philosophy.--The philosophy of religion in America.|
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