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Abso Absolute Experience Absolute Idealism Absolute Reality actual Agnosticism answer antinomy appears argument aspect assertion brute fact called causal conceived conception concrete constitution contents contrast defined definition Divine doctrine Duns Scotus embodiment empirical ence essential eternal ethical Ethical Realism evolution existence expressed finite experience fragmentary freedom fulfilment genuine goal Hegel human ideal idealistic Idealistic Monism ignorance immanent immortality implies indi infinite involves knowledge logical lute meaning ment merely metaphysical mind Monism moral individual moral world nature ness object Omniscience organised experience perience person philosophy point of view possible experience present problem Professor Howison Professor Mezes Professor Royce question rational realist reason reference relation religion rience Royce's self-consciousness sense SIDNEY EDWARD MEZES significance Socrates sort temporal Theism theory thesis things thinker Thomistic thought tion transcendent true truth unique unity of consciousness universal vidual whole world of fact