American Philosophy / Edition 1

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780873959230
  • Publisher: State University of New York Press
  • Publication date: 8/28/1985
  • Series: SUNY Series in Philosophy
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 708
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.55 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface

I. Early American Philosophy

1. Puritan Thought

Jonathan Edwards

Study Questions

Bibliography

2. The American Enlightenment
Benjamin Franklin

Thomas Jefferson

Study Questions

Bibliography

3. Transcendentalism
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Henry David Thoreau

Study Questions

Bibliography


II. Classical American Philosophy

4. Evolutionary Thought

John Fiske

Chauncey Wright

John Dewey

Study Questions

Bibliography

5. Pragmatism
Charles Sanders Pierce

Study Questions

Bibliography

6. The Pragmatism and Metaphysics of C.S. Pierce
Study Questions

Bibliography

7. The Pragmatism and Radical Empiricism of William James
Study Questions

Bibliography

8. The Naturalism and Experimentalism of John Dewey
Study Questions

Bibliography

9. The Idealism and Absolute Pragmatism of Josiah Royce
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III. Twentieth Century Philosophy in America

10. Early Twentieth Century Realism & Naturalism

Naturalism

The New Realism

Critical Realism

George Santayana

Study Questions

Bibliography

11. Thomism
Bernard Lonergan

Anton Pegis

Study Questions

Bibliography

12. Process Philosophy
Alfred North Whitehead

Charles Hartshorne

Study Questions

Bibliography

13. Systematic Metaphysics
Justus Buchler

Paul Weiss

Robert Neville

Wilfrid Sellars

Study Questions

Bibliography

14. Phenomenology
Richard Schmitt

Aron Gurwitsch

Don Idhe

Study Questions

Bibliography

15. The New Empiricism
C. I. Lewis

Rudolf Carnap

W. V. O. Quine

Study Questions

Bibliography

16. Language Philosophy
John Searle

Norman Malcom

Donald Davidson

Study Questions

Bibliography

17. Twentieth Century American Moral Philosophy
John Dewey

Charles Stevenson

Kurt Baier

John Rawls

Ruth Macklin

Study Questions

Bibliography

Index
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