Reverence for the relations of life: re-imagining pragmatism via Josiah Royce's interactions with Peirce, James, and Dewey

Introduction: reverence for the relations of life -- Part I: Royce and Peirce -- We and Royce meet Charles Peirce -- The thought of the late Peirce and Royce : different? alike? both? -- Peirce and Royce as prophetic pragmatists -- Part II: Royce and James -- William James and Josiah Royce -- Some r...

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Main Author: Oppenheim, Frank M. 1925-
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Notre Dame, Ind. University of Notre Dame Press c 2005
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Royce, Josiah 1855-1916 / Peirce, Charles S. 1839-1914 / James, Will 1892-1942 / Dewey, John 1859-1952 / Pragmatism
Further subjects:B James, William 1842-1910
B Royce, Josiah 1855-1916
B Royce, Josiah
B Dewey, John
B Pragmatism
B Peirce, Charles S (Charles Sanders) 1839-1914
B Dewey, John 1859-1952
B James, William
B Peirce, Charles S
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Summary:Introduction: reverence for the relations of life -- Part I: Royce and Peirce -- We and Royce meet Charles Peirce -- The thought of the late Peirce and Royce : different? alike? both? -- Peirce and Royce as prophetic pragmatists -- Part II: Royce and James -- William James and Josiah Royce -- Some radical conflicts between the late Royce and James -- Psychological attitudes and some deep philosophical choices -- Their late theories of knowledge -- James's late metaphysics or philosophy of "radical empiricism" -- Royce's late metaphysics -- The late pragmatisms of James and Royce -- The late ethics of James and Royce -- Their late philosophies of religion -- Part III: Royce and Dewey -- How the lives and thoughts of Royce and Dewey intertwined -- Common themes uniting the late Royce and Dewey -- Some chief differences of the late Royce and late Dewey -- Orientation to religion in the late Royce and late Dewey -- Religion in the late Royce and late Dewey -- Part IV: Comparative summary -- The problem of evil in Peirce, James, Dewey, and especially Royce -- Epilogue: four philosophers' interactions on four central themes.
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references (p. 481-490) and index
ISBN:0268040192