1st Edition

A Hundred Years of British Philosophy

By Metz, Rudolf Copyright 2003
    by Routledge

    826 Pages
    by Routledge

    This is Volume XIV of twenty-two in a series on 20th Century Philosophy. Originally published in 1938. The Library of Philosophy was designed as a contribution to the History of Modern Philosophy under the heads: first of different Schools of Thought-Sensationalist, Realist, Idealist, Intuitivist; secondly of different Subjects—Psychology Ethics, Aesthetics, Political Philosophy, Theology. Dr Rudolf Metz’s book entitled ‘Die philosophischen Stromungen der Gegenwart in Grossbritannien’ of which this volume is a translation, was the first attempt to give a detailed account to his own countrymen of the develop)llent of British philosophy during the last, and the first part of this, century.

    Part I Older Schools of Thought. XIXth Century I. The Scottish School II. The Utilitarian-Empirical School III. The Evolutionary-Naturalist School III. The Evolutionary-Naturalist School-Continued Iv. Groups Interested in Religious Philosophy Part II Recent Schools of Thought End of XIXth And Beginning of XXth Centuries I. The Neo-Idealist Movement I. Origin and Course of Development 2. The Pioneers I. The Neo-Idealist Movement-Continued3. The Hegelians 4. The Absolute Idealists 6. The Personal Idealists 7. Theists And Philosophers Of Religion 8. Cognate Thinkers II. Pragmatism III. The Older Realism IV. The New Realism Iv. The New Realism-Continued. V. Mathematical Logic Vi. Philosophy Of Natural Science VII. Psychology And Kindred Studies VIII. Theism And Philosophy Of Religion


    Rudolf Metz