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Philosophy and the Methods of Inquiry
Experience and the Problems
B The Conceptually Founded Problems
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A. N. Whitehead absolute abstract actual analysis Anaximander ancient Greece Aristotle assumptions basic basis beliefs C. I. Lewis causal complete concept criticism cultural deductive defined Descartes descriptive determined distinction domain dualism ence essence ethics evidence example existence experience expressed fact fideists field finite formal historical human Husserl ideal idealistic ideas important independent individual infinite interests involved judgment Kant knower Leibniz limited logical material implication materialism mathematics matter means metaphysical method mind monism motivation nature objects ontological organic pantheism perception person phenomenology philoso philosophy physical Plato pluralism possible postulates present principle problem procedure propositions question reality realm reflection relations Scheler scientific sense significance social system society sociology of knowledge space speak special sciences Spinoza spirit structure subjectivism systems of knowledge theory things thought tion traditional transcendent true truth types unity universe York