The Influence of Darwin on Philosophy

Bloomington: Indiana University Press (1910)
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The influence of Darwinism on philosophy.--Nature and its good: a conversation.--Intelligence and morals.--The experimental theory of knowledge.--The intellectualist criterion for truth.--A short catechism concerning truth.--Beliefs and existences.--Experience and objective idealism.--The postulate of immediate empiricism.--"Consciousness" and experience.--The significance of the problem of knowledge.
Keywords Evolution  Philosophy
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Reprint years 1965
Call number B945.D43.I4 1965
DOI 10.2307/2177662
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