1921-1930 Presidential Addresses of the American Philosophical Association : 1921-1930
This text traces the further development and emergence of American philosophy, particularly Naturalism and Pragmatism, against the backdrop of still-dominant Hegelian philosophy, during the third decade of the 20th century, through the addresses and biographies of the presidents of its oldest and largest philosophical society. Of special interest is the previously unpublished presidential address of Henry Walgrave Stewart, second president of the Pacific Division of The American Philosophical Association. The work contains the biographies, photographs, and addresses of 24 past presidents, and photographs and addresses of two others whose biographies appeared in earlier volumes.
- Hardback | 388 pages
- 165.1 x 241.3 x 25.4mm | 1,220g
- 06 Jan 2000
- Dordrecht, Netherlands
- 2000 ed.
- 388 p.
Table of contents
List of Illustrations. Editorial Foreword. Chronology of the American Philosophical Association. Presidents 1920-1930. Chart of Departments. Birthplaces of Presidents. Acknowledgements. 1920-1921: Biography: The Appeal to Reason; R.B. Perry. Biography: Modern Idealism and the Logos Teaching; E.L. Hinman. 1921-1922: Biography: The Soul and Matter; W.H. Sheldon. Biography: Religious Values and the Practical Absolute; E.S. Ames. 1922-1923: Biography: Spirit Militant and Spirit Harmonious; E.L. Schaub. Biography: The Problem of Progress; W.G. Everett. 1923-1924: Biography: The Einstein Theory and a Possible Alternative; W.P. Montague. Biography: The Emergence of Naturalism; R.W. Sellars. 1924-1925: Biography: The Material World -- Snark or Boojum? H.C. Brown. Biography: Philosophers and Others; A. Meiklejohn. Biography: Nature and Spirit; E.H. Hollands. 1925-1926: Biography: Back to the Antinomies; G. Rebec. Biography: Progress in Philosophy in the Last Quarter Century; W.M. Urban. Biography: Religion and Experimentation; G.A. Tawney. 1926-1927: Biography: Mind and Near-Mind; W.E. Hocking. Biography: Some Reflections on Naturalism; H.W. Stuart. Biography: The Platonic Highest Good; R.C. Lodge. 1927-1928: Biography: Immediacy and Meaning; G.P. Adams. What does Philosophy Say? W.E. Hocking. Biography: Objective Uncertainty and Human Faith; D.F. Swenson. 1928-1929: Biography: Real and Ideal Relations; H.W. Carr. Biography: The Ethical Problem; F. Adler. Biography: On the Notion of Value; D.H. Parker. 1929-1930: Drama As a Cosmic Category; H.B. Alexander. Biography: Vision and Technique in Philosophy; M.R. Cohen. Biography: Meditation on a Hill; M.C. Otto. Name Index. Subject Index.