1 edition of The problem of God in the philosophy of Josiah Royce and Robert L. Calhoun found in the catalog.
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Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University, 1938.
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He is the author of Time, Will and Purpose: Living Ideas from the Philosophy of Josiah Royce. Gary L. Herstein is an independent scholar with research interests in the philosophy of science, logic, and American philosophy. He is the author of Whitehead and the Measurement Problem of CosmologyThis text refers to the hardcover s: 3. Anderson first looks at arguments against the public legitimacy of theology presented by Richard Rorty and Jeffrey Stout. He then looks to William James, John Dewey, and Josiah Royce as mediating figures between Rorty and Stout’s theological hesitancy and his own attempt at rapprochement between pragmatism and theology.
Earls, Charles Anthony. The Detached Individual, the Dangerous Pair, and the Spirit of the Community: Josiah Royce on the Metaphysics of Mediation. The Pluralist 2(2) Easton, Loyd E. German Culture and Philosophy in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Ohio. Personalist Forum 10 (1): Ellis, Ralph D. Responses and Reactions. The Problem of the Existence of God Introduction ST. ANSELM, The Ontological Argument, from the xiv PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION ROBERT L. CALHOUN, The Place of Language in Religion, JOSIAH ROYCE, The Problem of Job, from Studies in Good and Evil
In this century classical pantheism has been losing ground. Its universal necessity is a doctrine of Brand Blanshard, but Blanshard is not a theist in any clear sense. F. H. Bradley, by one interpretation, was a pantheist (see W. L. Reese's article on Bradley in the Dictionary of Religion and Philosophy, ). Josiah Royce could also be so. THE LEI l ERS OF JOSIAH ROYCE Edited with an Introduction by John Clendenning Philosopher, historian, novelist, literary and social critic, Josiah Royce devoted his life and work to the Idea of the Community. With a deep sense of mission, he sought theoretical and practical bonds between individual men and the common body of humanity.
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Life. Royce, born on Novemin Grass Valley, California, was the son of Josiah and Sarah Eleanor (Bayliss) Royce, whose families were recent English emigrants and who sought their fortune in the westward movement of the American pioneers in In he received a B.A.
from the University of California, Berkeley (which moved from Oakland to Berkeley during his matriculation Education: University of California, Berkeley.
Royce's Logical Essays: W.C. Brown Company Josiah Royce's Seminar Rutgers University Press: Edited with an essay on the philosophy of Royce by Richard Hocking.
Josiah Royce's Late Writings: Thoemmes Press: Edited with an introduction by Frank M. Oppenheim. Josiah Royce () was a central figure in late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century American philosophy. He is primarily known for his advocacy of a form of idealist metaphysics.
The Place of Language in Religion / Robert L. Calhoun. --New Testament and Mythology / Rudolf Bultmann. --Demythologizing and the Problem of Validity / Ronald W.
Hepburn. --Verification and Religious Language / John Wilson. --Gods / John Wisdom. An Empiricist's View of the Nature of Religious Beliefs / E.L. Mascall.
--VI The Problem of Evil. The Problem of Evil: The City of God / St. Augustine --The Ethics / Benedict Spinoza --The Theodicy: from The Philosophical works of Leibnitz / G.W. Leibnitz --The Problem of Job: from Studies in good and evil / Josiah Royce --Finitude and Evil: from Nature, man and God / William Temple --The Nature of evil / Radoslav A.
Tsanoff --The. Royce connects these two roots and corrects their shortcomings by moving beyond James's idea of an individual relationship to a savior and expanding Peirce's philosophy in order to define a universal Community of Interpretation ().
Joas identifies problems in Royce and suggests six possible responses based on James's philosophy. Josiah Royce (/ r ɔɪ s /; Novem – Septem ) was an American objective idealist philosopher and the founder of American idealism.
Life. Royce, born on Novemin Grass Valley, California, was the son of Josiah and Sarah Eleanor (Bayliss) Royce, whose families were recent English emigrants and who sought their fortune in the westward movement of the American.
Royce, and others in such journals as Tulane Studies in Philosophy, Studium Generale, Explorations, Transactions of the C.S. Peirce Society, and The Journal of Value Inquiry. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
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Hine, Robert V., Josiah Royce: From Grass Valley to Harvard. University of Oklahoma Press. Kegley, Jacquelyn Ann K., Genuine Individuals and Genuine Communities: A Roycean Public Philosophy.
Vanderbilt University Press, Josiah Royce in Focus. Indiana. Information philosophy offers novel solutions to classical problems in philosophy, notably freedom of the will, the objective foundation of values, and the problem of knowledge (epistemology).
Insights into human freedom and cosmic values form the basis for a new. Josiah Royce () was a member of the “golden age” of American philosophy and a foremost interpreter of absolute idealism early in his career.
His philosophical thought later evolved into an examination and embrace of pragmatism, loyalty, and community. Chap pp. in The Philosophy of Umberto Eco, Vol. XXXV, Library of Living Philosophers. Edited by Sara C. Beardsworth and Randall E. Auxier, (Chicago: Open Court Publishing, ) “Josiah Royce on Nietzsche’s Couch.”.
Josiah Royce; [poem] by L. Simmons)--The duties of Americans in the present warThe destruction of the LusitaniaThe hope of the great communityThe possibility of international insuranceThe first anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania, May 7th, Words of Professor Royce at the Walton Hotel at Philadelphia, Decem The God of Metaphysics book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Can philosophy offer reasonable grounds for the existence of a God. Read "The Religious Aspect of Philosophy (Barnes & Noble Digital Library) A Critique of the Bases of Conduct and of Faith" by Josiah Royce available from Rakuten Kobo.
In this work Royce propounds what would become the cornerstone of his philosophy: the existence of an Absolute Know. The chapters, written by leading experts on American philosophy, reexamine Josiah Royce’s work as a resource for contemporary thought. Themes include: metaphysics, phenomenology, logic; problems of individualism, loyalty, and community; practical matters of race, religious faith, and feminist epistemology, and Royce’s place in the history.
Aristotle's First Philosophy included theology, since first causes, new beginnings or genesis, might depend on the existence of God. And there remains a strong connection between modern metaphysicians and theologians. For medieval philosophers, metaphysics was understood as the science of the supersensible.
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Edited by John D. Caputo of Villanova University, the distinguished Perspectives in Continental Philosophy series includes over titles in various strains of contemporary European thought, ranging from Heidegger to Derrida and Habermas, and from deconstruction and ethical hermeneutics to the problem of God and the body, to phenomenology and.
He is the author of Time, Will and Purpose: Living Ideas from the Philosophy of Josiah Royce. Gary L. Herstein is an independent scholar with research interests in the philosophy of science, logic, and American philosophy. He is the author of Whitehead and the Measurement Problem Reviews: 3.Read "Race Questions, Provincialism, and Other American Problems Expanded Edition" by Josiah Royce available from Rakuten Kobo.
InAmerican philosopher Josiah Royce foresaw the future. Race questions and prejudices, he said, "promise to becom. In what follows, after I analyze Maclean's views on work, friendship and community, I show that when the California-born philosopher Josiah Royce's theorizing about community formation, with its resultant ethic of loyalty, is overlaid upon what Maclean has dramatized, a fruitful cross-fertilization of literature and philosophy results.