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A History of Philosophy In America, Set of 2 Volumes

A History of Philosophy In America, Set of 2 Volumes

E. Flower & M. G. Murphey

1977 - 1,024 pp.

Format ISBN Price Qty
Cloth 978-1-60384-137-5
$55.00

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The two volumes that comprise this set may also be purchased separately: please see their individual listings. Volume I: 480 pages. From the Puritans through Transcendentalism. Volume II: 544 pages. From the St. Louis Hegelians through C. I. Lewis and G. H. Mead.

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The two volumes that comprise this set may also be purchased separately: please see their individual listings.

 

Contents:

Volume I: 480 pages. From the Puritans through Transcendentalism

Preface. Introduction.

1. Early American Philosophy: The Puritans
2. The Impact of Science
3. Jonathan Edwards
4. Philosophy in Academia Revisited—Mainly Princeton
5. Philosophy in the Middle Atlantic and Southern States—Metaphysics and Morals
6. Philosophy in New England—Logic
7. Transcendentalism.

Index.

 

Volume II: 544 pages. From the St. Louis Hegelians through C. I. Lewis and G. H. Mead

8. The Absolute Immigrates to America: The St. Louis Hegelians
9. The Evolutionary Controversy
10. Charles Sanders Peirce
11. William James, the Tough-Minded: An Appraisal
12. Josiah Royce
13. George Santayana: The Exile at Home
14. Dewey: Battling Against Dualisms
15. C. I. Lewis: Conceptualistic Pragmatism

Epilogue. Appendix: George Herbert Mead. Index.