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Introductory Course in Philosophy: Syllabus (1920)
William Pepperell Montague,Helen Huss Parkhurst
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3—Arguments a—The age to age agnosticism anthropocentric outlook Arguments Asceticism aspects b—The belief c—The cause ceived character Christian cism Columbia University Lectures conceived conception consciousness conservation conservation of energy correlation cosmic cosmocentric cosmological cosmological theory cosmology d—The disinterested search Divisions of philosophy dualism ence energy epistemological idealism evolution existence experience explained in terms external geology HARVARD COLLEGE human immaterial agency immaterial entity individual to individual inorganic intel interest knowledge ligion logic Man's duty material bodies material world mathematics matter mechanistic ment mental metaphysical idealism method mind moral natural selection negative or epistemological neural objective organic phenomena Philosophy Columbia University physical positivism positivists posive practical needs pragmatism primary problem psychic psychology rational rationalistic reality reduction regards truth religion religious satisfaction species spirit supernatural teleological theological idealism things tical tion ture type of philosophy ultimate Variability vitalist W. P. MONTAGUE world is explained