The ideal of intellectual integrity, in life and literature

New Literary History 36 (3):359-375 (2005)
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Susan Haack
University of Miami
Abstract
A philosophical exploration of the ideal of intellectual integrity drawing on Samuel Butler's semi-autobiographical Bildungsroaman, The Way of All Flesh; and relating this to C.S. Peirce's idea of the scientific attitude and Percy Bridgman's reflections on the conditions needed for this ideal to flourish.
Keywords Integrity  Samuel Butler  Charles S. Peirce
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