Book Review:Problems of Mind and Matter. John Wisdom; Reason: A Philosophical Essay with Historical Illustrations: Comte, Mill, Schopenhauer, Vico, Spinoza. Thomas Whittaker; Science and the Spirit of Man: A New Ordering of Experience. Julius W. Friend, James Feibleman [Book Review]

Ethics 45 (4):461- (1935)
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