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Introductory Course in Philosophy: Syllabus (1920)
William Pepperell Montague,Helen Huss Parkhurst
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a—The age to age agnosticism Altruism Arguments Asceticism aspects assumption authoritarian b—The belief ceived character Christian cism conceived concrete consciousness conservation of energy Correlation cosmic cosmological theory cosmology d—The disinterested search Divisions of philosophy doctrines embodied ence epistemological idealism ethical ideals ethics evaluation evolution existence experience explained in terms external fact four types hence human ical immaterial agency immaterial entity incompatible individual to individual inorganic intel knowledge laws of nature ligion Man's duty material bodies material world matter mechanical mental metaphysical idealism mind moral motivated natural selection negative or epistemological nervous system neural objective organic perception phenomena physical positivism positivists posive practical needs pragmatism primary problem psychic psychology rational rationalistic reality regards truth relativity religion religious satisfaction sensory soul spirit supernatural teleological theological idealism things tical tion ture type of philosophy Variations resulting vitalist world in terms world is explained